Join the Stoner Cleanup Initiative

The Stoner Cleanup Initiative started with a simple idea: what if stoners started cleaning up their public smoke spots?

It only took a few hours for the idea to spread like wildfire. Will you be the next to join the #StonerCleanupInitiative?

 

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History of The Stoner Cleanup Initiative

The idea started on Reddit’s r/trees, a community for cannabis users. In July 2018, user RedArms219 posted a picture of a paper bag full of trash in a park. They titled it “Cleaned up the smoke spot #StonerCleanUpInitiative”:

the original stoner cleanup initiative

Within about 24 hours, the post had 22,000 upvotes. Based on anecdotal data, that could mean anywhere from 80 to 500,000 total views.

The idea quickly took off and was followed by several similar posts. While there were some facetious posts (such as one “ent” who decided to clean up their messy coffee table), other posts featured several plastic bags full of garbagebeach cleanups, and even personal efforts to start recycling.