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Green carpet, anyone?

As you may already know, Keep the Rez Beautiful is sponsoring two recycle fashion shows in April. We are looking for a green carpet for the runway. Anyone have any green carpet they want to get rid of? Or know where we could get some? If so, contact Justin at jmfritscher@gmail.com. For more on our … Read more Green carpet, anyone? ...

Come volunteer with KRB on March 24

Keep the Rez Beautiful is holding a beautification day on March 24, 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Scenic Park site, which is located on Scenic Drive between the Forest Point and Turtle Creek subdivisions. Download flyer: TreePlantingFlyer This is a great opportunity for high school students’ service hours. Bring a shovel and gardening gloves if you have access to them. Contact … Read ...

Apply for a Rezzy!

Keep the Rez Beautiful honors dedicated volunteers and community members who have affected change in the Ross Barnett Reservoir community. We give Rezzy awards for the categories below. Applications are due April 1 to Justin Fritscher at jmfritscher@gmail.com. Awards will be given at Project Rezway on April 26. Download application here: AWARD_APP Questions? Please contact Justin … Read ...
Natural Resources Conservation Service debuts new Water Cycle poster

Natural Resources Conservation Service debuts new Water Cycle poster

The Natural Resources Conservation Service, a sub-agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has debuted a new Water Cycle poster. Order your free copy from the NRCS Distribution Center. The poster is gorgeous! See below. ...
For the trophy cabinet!

For the trophy cabinet!

Keep the Rez Beautiful was tapped for another award – the Soil, Water and Air Conservationist of the Year by the Mississippi Wildlife Federation. We are humbled to be honored by such an important group. A few KRB team members attended MWF’s awards banquet Saturday and picked up the award, which features an eagle. The … Read more For the trophy cabinet! ...

Balancing development with nature

Read a column by NRCS Soil Conservationist Murray Fulton, who writes about how communities can create wildlife corridors. Fulton writes that these corridors “allow animals to find new resources and prevent isolation of species.” ...