Press release by Jennifer Thompson – Keep Brevard Beautiful’s (KBB) South Action Team presented the “We Noticed” Beautification Award to south Brevard’s newest animal care building, the Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital. This beautiful and unique facility is located in Melbourne and received the award on October 11. The Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital has been operating […]
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KBB’s 6th Annual River Fest will take place on Saturday, November 18, 2017 from 5 – 8:30 PM at the Cocoa Beach Country Club Pavilion. River Fest is a fun, festive community event with educational booths, awards, food trucks, children’s fun activities, a VIP tent, and announcements of KBB’s Annual Sustainability Awards. Keep Brevard Beautiful […]
by Austin Rushnell, Hometown News MELBOURNE – Brevard County is host to a plethora of beautiful landscapes and ecosystems, and some establishments are proving that beautiful buildings are no exception to the rule. Keep Brevard Beautiful (KBB), an organization dedicated to the cleanup and preservation of Brevard County’s natural resources, gave Coral Reef Academy its […]
Each year, the U.S. Conference of Mayors Business Council showcases outstanding and innovative public/private partnerships in a best practices report to inspire other cities to work with companies to address issues. Waste Management’s partnership with the City of Cocoa Beach and Keep Brevard Beautiful was selected for inclusion in the 2016 report for the Cocoa […]
KBB and Waste Management presented 2017 Trash Bash award checks to benefit four City of Cocoa non-profit organizations at the City of Cocoa June 27 City Council Meeting. Pictured are the non-profit representatives and Cocoa Mayor Henry Parrish. Congratulations to the City of Cocoa and the non-profits!
article by Tyler Treadway, firstname.lastname@example.org FLORIDA TODAY VERO BEACH — A Michigan company is out to prove it can literally shock pollutants out of water entering the Indian River Lagoon. Along the Main Relief Canal just north of Indian River County government offices, Greenfield Resources has set up a trailer full of plastic tubes and machinery […]
By Craig Bailey, FLORIDA TODAY More than 130 volunteers converged on Goode Park in Palm Bay for Saturday’s Keep Brevard Beautiful/FLORIDA TODAY Summer Series cleanup of Turkey Creek. http://www.floridatoday.com/picture-gallery/news/2017/06/17/photos-keep-brevard-beautifulflorida-today-cleanup-at-goode-park/102952816/
Keep Brevard Beautiful/FLORIDA TODAY summer series comes to Titusville | 1:42 Volunteers collected trash from spoil islands around Titusville’s Parrish Park in the second stop of this season’s Keep Brevard Beautiful/FLORIDA TODAY summer series. Video by Craig Bailey. Posted June 4, 2017.