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With Support From Keep Louisiana Beautiful, Wendy Carbo’s “Harry the Snakebird,” a Children’s Book Bringing Awareness to Litter’s Negative Impacts on Wildlife, Makes Its Debut at the 2022 Louisiana Book Festival on October 29, 2022

BATON ROUGE, La. – Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB) is pleased to support the publishing of “Harry the Snakebird,” a children’s book by Louisiana author Wendy Carbo and illustrated by Louisiana ...

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The Mid-City Neighborhood Organization Loves the Boot!

Governor John Bel Edwards, in partnership with the Lieutenant Governor’s Office and Keep Louisiana Beautiful, declared the fourth Saturday of every month in 2022 “Love the Boot Day”, inviting the ...

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Keep Louisiana Beautiful Announces 2022 Everyday Heroes

MANDEVILLE, La. – Each year, in conjunction with the Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB) State Conference, KLB hosts the Everyday Hero Awards luncheon, recognizing those going the extra mile to keep ...

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Shreveport Green Addresses Food Insecurity with an Urban Farm

This month, Keep Louisiana Beautiful’s (KLB) Community Affiliates had the opportunity to learn from Lauren Jones, Shreveport Green’s Urban Farm Director, about efforts to repurpose and revitalize a once vacant ...

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Keep Louisiana Beautiful Awards $167,587 in Grants to Fight Litter and Reduce Waste

MANDEVILLE, La. – Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB), a non-profit focused on fighting litter statewide, is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2022-23 Healthy Communities and Community Affiliate grant programs, ...

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Keep Louisiana Beautiful Introduces New Grant Opportunities for University Affiliates

MANDEVILLE, La. – Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB), an anti-litter and community improvement non-profit focused on litter prevention and removal, youth education, public awareness, and beautification, is pleased to announce the ...

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Task Force on Statewide Litter Abatement and Beautification Report Now Available

In January, Governor John Bel Edwards created by executive order the Task Force on Statewide Litter Abatement and Beautification, administered by the Lieutenant Governor’s Office and Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB). ...

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For Decades Stormwater Has Managed Us.  Act 228 Allows Us To Manage It. 

Learn about stormwater and how recent legislation declaring it a utility can benefit you and your community.   Guest post by Marie Constantin, Louisiana Stormwater Coalition, Baton Rouge   In ...

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