Organics by Gosh
Texas Disposal Systems
Whole Earth Provision Co.
Silver SponsorsAustin EcoNetwork
KIND Healthy Snacks
PMB Helin Donovan
Brown Distributing Company
Calendar Holdings LLC
Noodles & Co
Randalls Food Market
Whole Foods Market
Austin Resource Recovery
Austin Watershed Protection Department
Clean Creek Campus
Keep Austin Beautiful
55 North IH 35, Ste 215
Austin, Texas 78702
Keep Austin Beautiful educates youth and adults about litter, urban ecology, and resource conservation by partnering with schools, informal youth groups, and local businesses.
Keep Austin Beautiful leads hands-on activities (correlated to state academic standards), coordinates field trip opportunities, provides project supplies, assists in the planning and implementation of service projects, and recognizes all participating schools with a program banner. Register for a school program or read on for more information.
Generation Zero - Fun, hands-on activities and service projects raise awareness about recycling, composting, and conservation while giving K-12 students simple solutions for reducing their waste.
Clean Creek Campus - At Clean Creek Campuses, 3rd-8th grade students connect classroom learning with on-the-ground service projects that focus on protecting our watersheds.
Green Teens - Weekly after-school activities at middle and high schools educate youth about urban ecology, resource conservation, and sound environmental practices. At the end of the year, three Green Teens participants are awarded a paid summer internship.
YOUTH PROGRAMS - Resources for Educators
Patch Pals - Scouts, troops, after-school clubs, and community youth groups are invited to take action to keep Austin beautiful to earn an “I Keep Austin Beautiful” patch!
Patch Pals Activity Kits - Youth environmental education is made easy with activity kits available for checkout. Activity kits come in a variety of topics and come with an easy-to-follow lesson plan, background information, and all the necessary supplies.
SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAMS
Clean Creek Camp - During this week-long camp, adults and youth explore water in Austin’s creeks and the Edwards Aquifer. Parents and their children and adult leaders with small groups are welcome to attend.
ADULT EDUCATION & OUTREACH
Groundwater to the Gulf - A field trip-based institute where participants follow the path of water in Central Texas from its origins to its final destination in the Gulf of Mexico.
Tabling and Outreach - If you are a business or organization interested in having Keep Austin Beautiful at your upcoming fair or festival, please contact Myrriah.