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Keep Bartow Beautiful

 

 GARDENS   SCHOOL
RECCLING 
GREENSPACE & 
TRAILS  
ETOWAH 
RIVER TRAIL 
CULTURAL PROGRAMS AWARDS   _+
 

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WINNERS HAVE BEEN DRAWN - CLICK ON THE DARTER - TO FIND OUT WHO. 

 
Water Education/Great Lake Allatoona Cleanup

Keep Bartow Beautiful is located in the Ag Extension office in the Olin Tatum Building next to the library - 320 W Cherokee Ave #112, Cartersville, GA 30120.  We are excited to be working so closely with our Ag Extension partners! 

Great American Cleanup 2020 Events
The City of White - Friendliest Mile Festival - September 26, giving  residents that attend Trash Dash cleanup gear - grabbers and bags. The Trash Dash is sponsored by DART
The City of Emerson has Trash Dash gear to give out to volunteers willing to pick up litter with your small group of family or friends. 
The City of Adairsville has Trash Dash gear to give out to volunteers willing to pick up litter with your small group of family or friends. 




"Bartow's Environmental Education Resource"
    
          KBB KAB affiliate               

Our mission is to encourage community environmental activities and behaviors, resulting in a more beautiful Bartow.

  

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 Welcome! Please visit our Flickr© account to view some of our best pictures!

Keep Bartow Beautiful is a certified affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, Inc. The program was certified in November, 2000, and operates under an umbrella of support from the Bartow County Government and the city Governments of Adairsville, Cartersville, Emerson, Euharlee, Kingston, Taylorsville, and White, with Board appointees from each. A diverse Board of 20 community representatives from business, industry, media, education, government, and civic groups. These representatives provide leadership in support of local, state and national goals and objectives in the areas of water resource protection, litter, solid waste disposal, recycling, waste reduction, composting, and beautification. Board members meet quarterly when possible. The public is invited to attend. All meetings are open.