KAB in the News: February 2023

by | Feb 1, 2023

STAMFORD, Conn. (January 2023) – 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 update this page every day.

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

February 1:

Keep Little Elm Beautiful starts off the year strong through volunteer programs

Four ways to love your community

Start getting ready for spring gardens

Attends Keep Alabama-Mississippi Beautiful meeting

Oxford Borough Honored With Statewide Beautification Award

February 3:

Tallahassee Super Clean Sweep returns for 28th year

February 4:


City manager to look into possibility of new Streetscape project

February 5:

Easy being green: Tennessee Tree Day encourages all to take part in planting effort

February 6:

Environmental groups team up to clean a creek in Statesboro

Rainbow Bridge unveiled in Little Rock

February 7:

Damage from last July’s train derailment in Warner Robins to be repaired

February 8:

SC included in litter study to measure enforcement

Keep High Point Beautiful is hosting the sixth annual Winter Wipeout litter cleanup campaign

Scottsdale Public Art Pairs Professional Artists With University Students For New Public Artwork

February 9:

Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful plans Arbor Day plantings


What happened to Shingle Creek?

Keep Natchitoches Beautiful awarded the Keep Louisiana Beautiful Beautification Grant

February 10:

Answer Line: Electronics recycling coming up

Keeping Belzoni Gardening

Keep Alliance Beautiful: See Stars Within The Keep America Beautiful Constellations

February 11:

Keep St. John Beautiful presents free tree raffle

State grants to help recycling efforts, education

February 12:

Laurens County Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner – Reflecting on 2022 and Looking Ahead

Walton County : Solid Waste Disposal Fees Increase

Waterway clean up in Cove March 4

Don’t be a litterbug: Quarterly clean-up set for March 4

February 13:

Great American Cleanup will be March 11

Editorial – Volunteers help clean up, beautify our community

February 15:

Use community service, contractors on litter

Now is the time to prepare for county’s Spring Litter Sweep

Salute the Badge: Operation Clean Sweep


February 16:

KBVB announces walking group

Keep Golden Isles Beautiful Receives Grant

Suffolk to participate in 2023 Great American Cleanup

February 17:

Keep Pasco Beautiful To Host Great American Cleanup

February 1:8

Plogging the Keys

February 19:

More trees in Warner Robins could boost health for residents

Keep Alliance Beautiful – Community Support

February 20:

Holyoke officials preparing for possibly busy pothole season

KMCB seeks volunteers to help county beautiful

February 21:

Queen City cleanup to include bike rodeo, resource fair

Around Town: Pasco News Briefs

KCDC’s First Creek at Austin earns Keep Knoxville Beautiful award

February 22:

Cooper’s Island clean-up collects more than 300lb of trash

February 23:

National Congress of American Indians Acquires Rights, Retires “Crying Indian”

Jackson officials, leaders urge residents to ‘Stop Trashing Jackson.’ How you can help

Keep Liberty Beautiful: Trees and beautiful yards in Liberty County

Group aims to educate, raise awareness about litter

The Lovely Law Firm Injury Lawyers Invites You To Join The Beach Clean Up Event Hosted By Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful

February 27:

Native American group given rights to 1970s ‘Crying Indian’ ad

“Crying Indian” anti-pollution ad to be retired for good

February 28:

This year’s Marsh Madness litter cleanup biggest yet


Contact: Abby Turpin, Director of Communications
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