Monthly archive for November 2018

KPB: Fresh Paint Days Grants Help Community Improvement Projects In Monroe, Philadelphia, Westmoreland Counties

PA Environment Digest Blog – This fall, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, in partnership with The Home Depot and Behr, gave eight community groups paint and painting supplies as part of the 2018 Fresh Paint Days PA Program enabling them to renew a community structure in need. This year’s program

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Community Improvement Projects Completed with the help of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s Fresh Paint Days Program Grants

(November 28, 2018) – This fall, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, in partnership with The Home Depot and Behr, awarded eight community groups with paint and painting supplies enabling them to renew a community structure in need. This year’s program engaged local volunteers in painting projects that included an

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Applications Open for Keep America Beautiful/Coca Cola Public Recycling Grant Program

(November 20, 2018) – Applications for the 2018 Keep America Beautiful/Coca Cola Public Recycling Grant Program are being accepted through December 30.  Eligible recipients include Keep America Beautiful affiliates, government and public agencies, nonprofit organizations, tribal governments, religious organizations, colleges & universities, K-12 schools and other community

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Volunteers Move Mountains (Of Tires) In Susquehanna County

PA Environment Digest Blog – The site of Barbara Bradford’s home near Canawacta Creek in Lanesboro, Susquehanna County, is as historic as it is picturesque. Built in the 1830s, the small stone house stands among the remnants of a small commercial district– complete with blacksmith and livery stable–

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Volunteers Move Mountains (Of Tires) In Susquehanna County

PA Environment Digest – By: Josh Raulerson, PA Environmental Council The site of Barbara Bradford’s home near Canawacta Creek in Lanesboro, Susquehanna County, is as historic as it is picturesque. Built in the 1830s, the small stone house stands among the remnants of a small commercial district– complete with

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America Recycles Day! Keep PA Beautiful Urges You To Take The Pledge!

PA Environment Digest – November 15 was America Recycles Day to recognize the economic, environmental and social benefits of recycling, while raising awareness about the value of reducing, reusing and recycling– every day. “We invite all Pennsylvanian’s to take the pledge and continue to be mindful of how our waste

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Invites You to Take the America Recycles Day Pledge to Recycle Right

(November 14, 2018) –America Recycles Day, a Keep America Beautiful initiative, which takes place annually on and around November 15, recognizes the economic, environmental and social benefits of recycling, while providing an educational platform that helps raise awareness about the value of reducing, reusing and recycling –

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108,638 Volunteers Picked Up Over 5 Million Pounds Of Trash During 2018 Great American Cleanup Of PA

PA Environment Digest Blog – Keep PA Beautiful Friday reported 108,638 volunteers participated in 5,362 events picking up over 5 million pounds of trash during the 2018 Great American Cleanup of PA, which ran from March 1 through the end of May. Organized groups, civic organizations, families and

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful: 108,638 Volunteers Organize Over 5,000 Events as Part of 2018 Great American Cleanup of PA

(November 2, 2018) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful has announced the results of the 2018 Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Great American Cleanup of PA that runs annually from March 1 through May 31. The event engaged 108,638 invaluable volunteers in 5,362 events across the state that focused on community greening,

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108,638 Volunteers Picked Up Over 5 Million Pounds Of Trash During 2018 Great American Cleanup Of PA

PA Environment Digest – Keep PA Beautiful Friday reported 108,638 volunteers participated in 5,362 events picking up over 5 million pounds of trash during the 2018 Great American Cleanup of PA, which ran from March 1 through the end of May. Organized groups, civic organizations, families and friends took to

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