Nova Scotia Adopt-A-Highway

The Nova Scotia Adopt a Highway Program provides organizations, volunteer groups, and businesses the opportunity to contribute to local communities and our province by removing litter from roadsides or interchanges (exit ramps). After a cleanup our province benefits in many different ways; instantly the appearance of the province improves, the environment is aided, tourism is strengthened, and wildlife’s attraction to roadways is reduced.

Litter is a real problem in Nova Scotia and we want to change that so we have made adopting a highway easy and free! Currently, the Adopt-A-Highway Program has over 170 groups who have adopted more than 1000 kilometers of secondary roads and 18 interchange areas throughout the province. With that being said, we still have a lot of roads that need adopting.

To date, the Adopt-A-Highway Program has over 170 groups who have adopted more than 1,000 kilometers of secondary roads and eighteen 100-Series Highway Interchange areas (Exits) throughout the province. On average, six thousand bags of garbage and recyclable materials are picked up along adopted Nova Scotia roadways each year.

Nova Scotia Adopt-A-Highway is Proud to Partner With
Dept Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Lions Club of Nova Scotia
Dept Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Glad
Nova Scotia Adopt-A-Highway is funded by
Divert NS