KAB In the News – August 2022

STAMFORD, Conn. (August 2022) – This month, Keep America Beautiful is introducing a new communications initiative: KAB In the News. Each month, we’ll be publishing a list of stories from across America that feature the work of Keep America Beautiful and its 700 affiliates. Every day, we are tracking articles, stories, and mentions about the efforts of the thousands of staff members and volunteers who make Keep America Beautiful the nation’s leading community improvement organization.

We feel it’s important to gather these where they are easily accessible in one space, to share with our supporters and those interested in knowing more about KAB. We will update this page every day.

If you are an affiliate and have a story to add to this list, please email Director of Communications, Abby Turpin, at aturpin@kab.org.

August 1:

TDOT, University of Memphis Partner to Support River Communities

Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful seeks waterway stewards

Wolf Administration calls on Pennsylvanians to ‘Fight Dirty’ in anti-litter campaign

Replanting trees in the aftermath of natural disasters | Across the Sky podcast

August 2:

Keep the Midlands Beautiful to host Lakeside Litter Sweep Cleanup event on Lake Murray

Pennsylvanians asked to ‘Fight Dirty’ in new anti-litter campaign

Wolf administration announces anti-litter campaign

City of Tyler seeking volunteers for Parks Service Day

Right Fit: A Can of Spray Paint Leads Gavin Bird to Mural for Ridgeland’s Wildflower Field

August 3:

BISD recycling effort saves trees, landfill space

Recycle Saline in larger, more central space

Gov. Wolf calls on Pennsylvania in new anti-litter campaign

August 4:

McDonald’s Customers Should Prepare For This ‘Ambitious’ Change Coming To Restaurants Soon

‘Zapping’ roadside litter needs support from our local stores and more

August 5:

TN River Cleanup Efforts to Increase with Expansion of Nonprofit Fleet

Keep Irving Beautiful Presents Annual Awards – Local Community Members Honored at Ceremony

August 6:

Nearly 14,000 lbs. of trash collected during Fresno’s citywide community event

August 8:

Giant chalkboard Tampa sign arrives so residents can write love letters to the city

August 9:

Here’s How You Can Help ZAP the Blackstone River of Pollution

Contact: Abby Turpin, Director of Communications
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