Jackson Hole’s 44th Annual Spring Clean-Up Day takes place Saturday from 9:00 am until noon. Each spring Jackson Hole non-profit organizations, businesses, Wyoming Adopt-A-Highway agencies, and hundreds of volunteers hit the streets and highways throughout Jackson Hole withgarbage bags in hand to clean up debris left behind as the winter snow melts. Trucks, provided by Teton County, the Town of Jackson, and Teton Trash Removal, collect bags of roadside trash left by clean-up volunteers, and Terra Firma Organics will play a major role in dealing with the disposal of organic waste. The event is being chaired this year by Bob Norton of the Rotary Club of Jackson Hole Supper Chapter. He says volunteers are asked to meet in Hoback Junction, Old Wilson School Community Center and on the Town Square at 9:00 am. Norton says, trash bags and location assignments will be available at these sites. The morning’s clean-up efforts will conclude with a free barbecue lunch for participants in Powderhorn Park at 11:30 am.