Cans, paper, plastic...all commonly used items, all items commonly seen on the side of roads. That's why the Ohio Department of Recycling and Litter Prevention is sponsoring its "Plant Pride, Not Litter" campaign through the beginning of May. This program spreads litter prevention awareness across the state, and helps to keep Ohio clean. In conjunciton with the "Plant Pride, Not Litter" campaign is "Motorists' Awareness Day" on Saturday, April 26th. On this Saturday more than 500 businesses across Ohio will be informing people of their responsibilities to be litter-free drivers. And don't forget that littering not only hurts the environment and makes neighborhoods look dirty...it is also against the law. If caught, one could pay up to $500.00 in fines.