America Recycles Day (ARD), a Keep America Beautiful initiative to improve recycling, is the only nationally-recognized day dedicated to promoting, encouraging, and celebrating recycling. More than a day, ARD is an opportunity to inform and inspire family, friends, neighbors, classmates, and colleagues across the country to recycle 365 days a […]
If you’re looking to reduce waste and save some money on your Thanksgiving decor, what better way to pull it off than by decorating with trash? To help you deck your halls the eco way, Earth911 rounded up these five creative decor ideas made from waste items and a few […]
On October 27, 2019, Otto the Otter traveled to the Little Rock Zoo for their Boo at the Zoo event. Check out some photos from his trip below!
Let’s face it—Halloween costumes are not cheap. Luckily, you can look to things you already have lying around the house to make a great costume without spending a scary amount (sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves!). Try one of these seven ideas from some of our favorite blogs, or use them […]
Thousands answer the call to help beautify state LITTLE ROCK (Oct. 4, 2019) – The Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission’s (KAB) annual Great Arkansas Cleanup effort has attracted thousands of volunteers during the first month, but KAB is encouraging Arkansans who have not volunteered yet to help beautify the state during […]
On October 1, 2019, Otto the Otter traveled to Benton for the Law Enforcement Summit. Check out some photos from his trip below!
On September 20, 2019, Otto the Otter traveled to Springdale for the 2nd Annual Arkansas Symbols Day event at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History. Check out some photos from his trip below!
Entry deadline approaches for fall youth poster contest Poster contest encourages fall involvement LITTLE ROCK (Sept. 16, 2019) – Entries for Keep Arkansas Beautiful’s (KAB) Great Arkansas Cleanup Youth Poster Contest will be accepted now through Monday, Sept. 30, and the winning poster will be announced the week of October […]
Earth is home to nearly eight billion people and each one of these massive population needs to use natural resources in some or the other way. But did you know, the population on earth is increasing rapidly and the resources are dwindling even faster? We are at a crisis level […]
On September 7, 2019, Otto the Otter traveled to Heber Springs for the 50th Annual Greers Ferry Lake & Little Red River Cleanup. Check out some photos from his trip below!