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Keep Louisiana Beautiful is Hiring a Program and Administrative Coordinator

Keep Louisiana Beautiful is the state’s leading non-profit organization that brings people together to build and sustain vibrant, clean communities.  Through our actions and impact, we help create communities that are socially connected, environmentally healthy and economically sound. Our mission is to promote personal, corporate and community responsibility for a clean and beautiful Louisiana. PROGRAM

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Keep Louisiana Beautiful Announces 2016/17 Board of Directors and Advisory Board Members

BATON ROUGE, LA — Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB), the state’s anti-litter and community improvement organization, recently elected seven new members to serve on its advisory and director’s boards. “The time and resources that our board devotes to Keep Louisiana Beautiful’s mission are the reasons we continue to grow and develop as influencers in Louisiana. Our

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Keep Louisiana Beautiful Hosting 13th Annual State Conference

BATON ROUGE, LA – Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB) is holding its 2016 Annual State Conference in Baton Rouge, LA, at the Galvez Conference Center on Sept. 28-29. The conference marks the yearly culmination of the most up-to-date information and expert resources on litter, recycling  and state beautification. Industry experts, affiliate leaders, civic officials, local partners

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Summer Slogan Contest Takes Aim at Louisiana Litter.

If you’ve ever traveled west across the Louisiana border, you’ve likely encountered our neighboring state’s timeless anti-litter tagline, “Don’t Mess with Texas.” Well, it’s time for Louisiana to take a similar stand against litter in its communities. Alongside First Lady Donna Edwards and the Louisiana State Department of Environmental Quality, Keep Louisiana Beautiful is sponsoring

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Keep Louisiana Beautiful is Hiring a Development and Communications Manager

POSITION SUMMARY The Development and Communications Manager is responsible for directing the fundraising and communication efforts for Keep Louisiana Beautiful. This position works with the Executive Director to identify funding sources, secures donations and manages the process.  This position handles marketing and communication duties across multiple medias to heighten awareness and educate the public to

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Governor Edwards Declares April 21 Keep Louisiana Beautiful Day

BATON ROUGE, La. (April 19, 2016) – Governor John Bel Edwards officially declared Thursday, April 21, 2016 Keep Louisiana Beautiful Day in the state of Louisiana. On Thursday, state legislators will have the opportunity to meet the Keep Louisiana Beautiful team and learn more about how they serve the state. This proclamation recognizes Keep Louisiana

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Lt. Governor and Keep Louisiana Beautiful’s 2016 Leaders Against Litter Event Deemed Huge Success

(BATON ROUGE, LA.) – April 5, 2016 – March 18, 2016 marked a significant day for Louisiana.  On this day, over 760 top leaders from every corner of the state, including Governor John Bel Edwards, First Lady Donna Edwards and Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser participated in the third annual Leaders Against Litter (LAL) event. Leaders

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Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser and Community Leaders Lead the Way to a Litter‐free Louisiana

(BATON ROUGE, LA.)– March 1, 2016 – On Friday, March 18th hundreds of community, business and political leaders will stand in unity for a cleaner and greener Louisiana by participating in Leaders Against Litter.  As Keep Louisiana Beautiful’s (KLB) signature event, Leaders Against Litter is designed to educate, cultivate and actively engage leaders throughout the

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2015 Affiliate Annual Report

It’s the end of the year and annual reports are rolling in! Keep Louisiana Beautiful has accomplished quite a lot in the last year with the help of over 28,247 volunteers. In 2015, Keep Louisiana Beautiful has provided its 39 state-wide affiliates the resources and tools to strive to make Louisiana a more beautiful, cleaner

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Keep Louisiana Beautiful Opens Applications for 2016-2017 Grant Programs

Baton Rouge, LA. – January 13, 2016 – Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB) will begin accepting applications for their 2016-2017 grant programs on Monday, January 18. In addition to the Healthy Communities Grant, KLB will be introducing a new grant opportunity for KLB affiliates – The Trash Receptacle Mini Grant Program. The Healthy Communities Grant, which

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