Amy Hughes, KLBB Project Coordinator invites you to register for the programs she has available for 2016-2017. More detailed information on each program can be found on each programs designated page on www.keeploupbasinbeautiful.org. Below is a direct link to the invitation letters sent out to area schools along with the program registration form. If interested please fill out the form and send to the address at the bottom or to Amy@keeploupbasinbeautiful.org.
The link below is a list of current environmental friendly programs and projects that KLBB Personnel have put together for 2016. This list is updated and added to as new programs and projects are discovered or created and implemented. If you go to each projects direct project page you will find a more detailed description and resources.
Keep Loup Basin Beautiful is part of a nation-wide network of affiliates dedicated to creating and sustaining healthy and vibrant communities. Below is information about some of the national Keep America Beautiful projects and events we participate in. Check out our calendar on the Upcoming Events page to find out what exciting opportunities are coming up in your area!
Funding and Support for Community Projects
As an affiliate in good standing with Keep America Beautiful , we have the opportunity to apply for special KAB grants. These grants can be used for community improvement projects involving waste reduction, recycling, litter reduction and beautification; including community gardens. Contact us so we can help you find funding to support your community improvement projects.
We can also provide you with supplies such as trash bags, water, and publicity flyers for cleanup projects coinciding with the Great American Cleanup, March through May every year. We only have a limited quantity so please contact us in January to secure supplies for your group.
Check our Calendar page or Facebook for the most up-to-date information on our current projects. If you have an idea for a project relating to litter prevention, waste reduction, recycling or beautification, we would love to hear about it! We are always looking for ways to better serve the communities in central and north central Nebraska!