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This Keep America Beautiful article shines the spotlight on Chelsea Yates, an 11 year old from Brunswick, Georgia. By posting notices on roadside storm drains, Chelsea reminds citizens that littering around storm drains can negatively effect marine life and the environment. Way to go, Chelsea!
Join the effort to keep our oceans waste free by downloading the Clean Swell app, available now in the Apple Store and Google Play!
One of the largest icebergs on record broke away from western Antarctica on Wednesday. The iceberg was recorded as about the size of Delaware and weighing 1.12 trillion tons.
Caroline Danehy, co-founder of Fair Harbor, explains what she learned navigating the business development process. Her and her brother founded Fair Harbor, which produces board shorts made from recycled plastic bottles.
MAG Block Party
Join us at the MAG Block Party for food, fun, and prizes! The Kona Ice Snow Cone Truck will be on-site from 2-3pm. A percentage of The Magnolia's sales during the Block Party will go towards Keep Pensacola Beautiful. Come by, say hello, and learn more about Keep Pensacola Beautiful!
We here at KPB just want to give a huge THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to our Spring Fund Drive. Thanks to your generosity we raised about $1400.00! We will turn those funds right around to continue to provide services to Escambia County and its residents.
--Sigrid Solgard, Executive Director
Keep Pensacola Beautiful has some big plans in the works but we need your support to move forward! Any amount donation is welcome. For the $10 and over level, you will be entered to win the prize of the week! Check back each week to see the weekly prize.
As a part of our 2nd EVER fund drive, we have partnered with two local restaurants to have Spirit Night's! Grab your pals and grab some dinner!
The Great American Cleanup is a nationwide initiative led by Keep America Beautiful that attracts thousands of volunteers every year, all over the country! This cleanup event is held annually from March to May.
Here in Escambia County, Keep Pensacola Beautiful (KPB) has a variety of events that you can volunteer for.
Recycle Your Mardi Gras Beads!
Don't throw those beads away! We'd rather have beads decorating people instead of the inside of the landfill, so drop them off at our office and we will recycle them by donating them to ARC Gateway. They will sort and repackage beads to be used again next year!
Hot Glass Cold Brew is an event hosted by First City Art Center where everyone gets a hand-blown glass! KPB will have an interactive, informational booth at the event. Stop by and see us, or let us know if you'd like to volunteer to work our booth.