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Farmer's Market Offers Summer Fun

Release Date: July 25, 2014

It's gonna be a great day at the Mendham Farmer's Market this Saturday!
Along with all the great fresh produce & products here's what's happening this week....
BARRE3 of Morristown will be hosting a FREE class at 11:00 AM on the lawn.
Bring your yoga mat and water bottle. Don't miss this opportunity to start your weekend with this awesome class!
Our special guest vendor is Jan Rubia of Rubia Imports with high quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar from Italy
The Environmental Commission will be there to discuss the Adopt-a-byway Program (see below)
The Farmers Market is located at 1 Cold Hill Rd in Mendham Township on
Saturdays from 9-1. Follow us on Facebook!

Mendham Township Environmental Commission
Adopt-a-Byway Program
Litter along the roadside is a blight on the community that no resident appreciates. However, while it is easy to agree on the impact of the problem, it is far more difficult to stop the litter from accumulating. The Mendham Township Environmental Commission has studied the issue and has identified an excellent program for keeping the Township’s roadsides clean. Since 1989, the Commission has been sponsoring the Adopt-A-Byway program. This program, highlighted on all of the gateway signs entering the community, promotes community volunteerism as a means to address the litter problem.

The way the program works is simple. Township residents volunteer to walk along a road periodically and pick up trash. These “adopters” usually select a road near their home as the one they keep clean. They clean up stretches of road as long or short as they wish. The only request made of the “adopter” is that they keep the section of roadway they have adopted reasonably litter free as often as needed.

Over the years, residents have adopted about a third of the Township’s roadways and the Environmental Commission would like to take this opportunity to heartily thank those volunteers. This year, we would like to involve more residents and see more of our roadways gain the benefit of a regular cleanup. If you are not already an Adopt-A-Byway volunteer, we urge you to become one. Members of the Township Environmental Commission will be at the Farms Market on July 26 to answer questions and give you an opportunity to sign up for your personal Adopt a Byway route.