The 2023 Roadsides in Bloom calendar is now available to order.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The 2023 Roadsides in Bloom calendar is now available to order.

The free calendar, sponsored by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s (WVDEP) Adopt A Highway program, includes 12 pictures of West Virginia wildflowers growing naturally along state roadways. The pictures were chosen from dozens of entries submitted by photographers from West Virginia and surrounding states.

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The photographer winners in this year’s calendar include:


Ed Rehbein, Pocahontas County


Kyle Jones, Pendleton County


Teresa Loudin, Pocahontas County


Beth Knotts, Tucker County


Dietra Metz, Randolph County


Jason Crayton, Harrison County


Sharon Boone, Lewis County 


Janna Vaught, Upshur County


Sandra Miller, Tucker County


Alan Tucker, Monongalia County


Wanda King, Braxton County


Karl Boone, Pendleton County

To order a calendar, visit, call 1-800-322-5530, or email If you call and get voicemail, please leave a message with your name and mailing address and you will be put on the order list. Requests are limited to one calendar per household. West Virginia residents receive priority.

Co-sponsored by the WVDEP and the state Division of Highways (DOH), the Adopt-A-Highway program is administered by the WVDEP’s Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan (REAP) and improves the quality of the state’s environment by encouraging public involvement in the elimination of highway litter.

Since the program’s inception in 1988, state citizens have cleaned up close to 70,000 miles of state highways and roads during annual spring and fall Adopt-A-Highway events.

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