March 20 marks the first official day of spring! Along with the beautiful weather, comes the age old tradition of spring cleaning . Spring cleaning can apply to many aspects of your life and serves as a great excuse to get motivated and organized. Here at KTB, s pring is also when most of our community cleanups are held. We...
Tired of watching trash float down your local stream instead of fish? Do you avoid the beach because there is more than just sand between your toes? (Cigarette butts, yuck!) Check out our Keep Texas Waterways Clean (KTWC) program and help clean it up! Aquatic trash is not only unsightly, it can travel for miles, into larger bodies of water and ev...
So you're hosting a KTB cleanup in your community with us. Congrats! I'm sure you're thinking, now that I've committed to doing this, what's next? We've pulled together a few helpful tips to make sure your spring cleanup is a success: What type of cleanup am I? We offer several types of cleanups in the spring, so how you label your cleanup will be ...
For our first annual Fall Sweep, Keep Texas Beautiful is joining with the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC), the world's largest volunteer effort to improve the health of the world's oceans and local waterways. This partnership leverages the unique resources of each organization that will assure progress as we seek to increase public awareness an...