Litter-Free School Zones is a program to encourage students to keep their school grounds litter-free and to raise public awareness of litter via a Litter-Free School Zone sign to be placed outside the school. This could be an excellent project for your student councils or other youth organizations.
KCCB has a goal to get all of our Cass County Schools to participate.
Get your Litter-Free School Zones Agreement here!
Download it, print it out and fax it (402-486-4563) or send it in to Keep Nebraska Beautiful!
Download at - http://knb.org/pdf/Litter%20Free%20School%20Zone%20Agreement.pdf
The Keep America Beautiful Great American CleanupTM is the nation's largest annual cleanup and community improvement event, which runs primarily from March 1 through June 30. The Great American CleanupTM stimulates community pride by involving residents, businesses, and politicians at the state and local level in an effort to improve and beautify their local environment. It encourages volunteerism, personal action, and responsibility, and promotes the missions of the Keep America Beautiful organization: litter prevention, beautification, and minimizing the impact of solid waste. Many schools already complete cleanup events for Earth Day celebrations. This could count as your Great American Cleanup. Let us know how we can support and expand your current activities.
America Recycles Day will be observed on November 15, 2014.
America Recycles Day (ARD) is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to encouraging Americans to recycle and buy recycled products. Thousands of events are held across the U.S. to raise awareness about the importance of recycling and to encourage Americans to sign personal pledges to recycle and buy products made from recycled materials.
Started by the recycling sector organization National Recycling Coalition in 1997, America Recycles Day has been a program of national nonprofit Keep America Beautiful since 2009. As the managing entity of America Recycles Day, Keep America Beautiful provides promotional and marketing support and resources to a network of local event organizers. It is sponsored by private and public entities and the EPA.