Tag: Keep Greenville Beautiful Foundation

The milkweeds were planted just after mid-morning thunderstorms appeared over the Cotton Museum. Image courtesy of KGB.

Gardening in the Rain

A dozen or so volunteers, directors and docents from Keep Greenville Beautiful and other charities and churches turned out to the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum to prepare milk weed beds for Monarch Butterflies.  Monarchs prefer milkweed to lay their eggs.  The Monarchs hatch, turn into larva and finally into a […]

Teams fanned out along Beltway 380 last year to take part in the Keep Greenville Beautiful Trash Off. Image courtesy of Keep Greenville Beautiful.

Don’t Mess with Texas

Keep Texas Beautiful partners with community cleanup programs, including the Great American Cleanup and Don’t mess with Texas Trash-Off, assist in removing litter from roadsides, city parks, neighborhoods and waterways. Keep Greenville Beautiful (KGB), one of four-hundred community partners, will participate in a statewide effort this Saturday. Teams will meet […]

The Wednesday Field Trip to Waste Connections that was to take place on America Recycles Day has been canceled. Image courtesy of Waste Connections.

Waste Connections Field Trip Canceled

The America Recycles Day Field Trip to Waste Connections five county site in McKinney has been canceled Keep Greenville Beautiful Foundation and will be rescheduled in January. The Connection was to provide bus service to McKinney.  The tickets sold during November will be honored in January.  Refunds may be had […]

Make a difference on Saturday October 28th at the Greenville .

Making A Difference

Saturday, October 28th is your chance to make a difference in Hunt County.  The Keep Greenville Beautiful Foundation is sponsoring “Make a Difference” Day at the Greenville Police Department Parking Lot between 10 AM and 2 PM. This is a free event featuring organizations, agencies, clubs, non-profits, city departments and […]

Trees keep a city green and healthy by filtering out carbon dioxide and replenishing oxygen. Image provided by the Arbor Day Foundation.

Hunt County Celebrates Arbor Day

Greenville is celebrating its 22nd year as a designated Tree City by the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with the USDA-Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters. In order to become a Tree City, a municipality must meet four standards: establish a Tree Board or department, enact a […]