Shavara Johnson, Recycle Research Facilitator, is a graduate of Georgia Southern University where she studied English with a minor in Public Relations. She joined the KOB team in January 2018 and has a strong passion for reaching as many communities as she can to expand the education regarding recycling.
Oklahoma City, Okla. - Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB) together with Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has announced 2018 Environmental Beautification Grant recipients totaling up to $20,000 to seven KOB affiliates.
Oklahoma City, Okla. - Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB) together with Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) has announced 2018 Roadside Beautification Grant recipients totaling over $18,000 to seven KOB affiliates.
From March 1 to May 31, an estimated 50,000 Oklahomans will join millions nationwide to participate in the 2018 Great American Cleanup.
Sat., November 18, people from all over Oklahoma joined together to celebrate environmental excellence across the state.
Keep Oklahoma Beautiful hosted its 27th Annual Environmental Excellence Celebration at the Embassy Suites in Norman. This event celebrates the work of governments, businesses, organizations, and individuals doing their part to keep Oklahoma beautiful.
KOB's Litter Education programs provide an opportunity for classrooms to get creative while learning about litter, recycling, and more.
Fresh Paint Days is a program that helps groups revitalize buildings in their communities with a fresh coat of paint. Participants are provided paint and a stipend for supplies. This year, 44 community groups revitalized 63 structures.
The Oklahoma State Capitol was completed June 30, 1917. As part of the Oklahoma State Capitol Centennial, a collection of items from present-day have been collected for a centennial time capsule. Keep Oklahoma Beautiful had the opportunity to include a letter for the capsule, and hopes to convey to future generations the importance of a sustainable, beautiful Oklahoma.