Litter Prevention

A beautiful community is one without litter, a goal KLRB believes we can realize when we all work together.

We sponsor many community litter and trash clean-ups, working with neighborhood groups, volunteers, and sponsors to protect our environment and improve the quality of life for everyone in Little Rock.

Recycling

Keep Little Rock Beautiful works in partnership with the City of Little Rock Sustainability Office, Solid Waste Services, Little Rock Recycles, commercial waste haulers, and members of the community to find ways to expand recycling, and we continue to advocate for more effective recycling programs and policies in Little Rock.

It is part of what we do through our commitment to a cleaner, healthier environment and improved quality of life for present and future Little Rock residents and visitors.

Beautification

Green landscapes, sustainable plantings, sculpture gardens, and an absence of litter are making Little Rock a beautiful city to behold.

Public Awareness

One of the aims of Keep Little Rock Beautiful is to promote public awareness and understanding of the effects of litter on our environment, economy, and the quality of  life in Little Rock.

We continuously look for ways to contribute to education and information sharing that increases awareness of recycling, litter prevention, and environmental conservation.

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Trash Boom Cleanup- Boyle Park

May 4 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

KLRB has installed a new trash boom in Rock Creek to collect and amass floating litter. We need volunteers to help us remove the litter.

The boom is located in the north end of Boyle Park on Boyle Park Road, just upstream from the pedestrian bridge. There is a gate and large open area. Park inside the gate and come to the blue KLRB tent.

Hip boots, knee boots or waders will be needed for those cleaning the trash boom in the water.  Regular boots will be helpful for those picking up all of the litter along the banks of the creek.  Limb loppers and small hand saws for cutting small tree limbs & shrubs will be needed for those helping to clear all of the overgrowth along both sides of the creek bank.

Details

Date:
May 4
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Boyle Park