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The Great American Cleanup™ in OK runs from March 1 and ends on May 31! 

Join 50,000+ Oklahomans and millions nationwide to keep OK beautiful! 

 

Keep Oklahoma Beautiful, a state affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, is taking part in the nation’s largest annual cleanup, beautification and community improvement program with the help of our sponsors. We are encouraging you and your volunteer groups to make a visible difference where you live by getting on board with this effort!

Participating groups include scouting troops, civic organizations, chamber beautification committees, schools, families, businesses, adopt-a-highway groups, sports teams, municipalities and county governments.

Clean up litter along roadsides, in parks, streams, forests, schoolyards and neighborhoods. But don't stop there! Additional event ideas include flower & tree plantings, recycling drives, educational workshops, graffiti removal and freshening up buildings by giving them a fresh coat of paint.  The are many ways to participate and make our state and nation sparkle. For more project ideas & tips, click here.

"Pretty, Clean Places Stay Pretty Clean"

Research shows that attractive, clean environments tend to stay that way. Conversely, unattractive, litter-strewn areas will only worsen. Prevent future community eyesores by cleaning up, painting up and fixing up today!

KEEP OKLAHOMA BEAUTIFUL WILL HELP! 

KOB is able to offer registered groups FREE supplies and support materials for your project!

KOB also offers grants which are made possible by funding from OGE Energy Corp.

For more information about the grants, supplies and resources made available to registered groups, click here.

Since KOB began participating in the Great American Cleanup™ in 2002, 203 million pounds of litter and debris has been collected by 276,000 volunteers & participants. In addition, 471,000 trees, shrubs, and flowers have been planted in communities across Oklahoma.

 

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