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Help us design a park

Keep the Rez Beautiful has plans to beautify a vacant site near the Ross Barnett Reservoir and is asking nearby residents for help in designing this project. The site is along Scenic Drive between the Turtle Creek and Forest Point subdivisions. We received a community greening grant, and this site was chosen for a park … Read more Help us design a park ...

KRB designates task force to promote upriver recycling

Our Board of Directors met Friday to discuss upcoming projects for the organization to tackle. The board voted to get a group of folks together to try to promote recycling of aluminum cans (and other recyclables, like plastic bottles) as boaters come to the boat launches. Right now, trash is deposited in dumpsters, which KRB … Read more KRB designates task force to promote upriver recycling ...

Good news from the sandbars!

We have spent the past few months working with local officials to reduce the large amount of litter left along the upriver beaches each weekend. And this weekend proved we definitelty made progress, and we appreciate the cooperation of all of the folks who enjoy the Reservoir. Typically, five boat loads of trash are combed … Read more Good news from the sandbars! ...

KRB Promotes “Boat and Tote” During Weekend

Check out these photos on our Shuttefly account taken by KRB member George Bragg. This weekend was a success in spreading the message of keeping our Barnett Reservoir litter-free, and a big thank you to all of the volunteers who made our presence possible.   ...

Boaters, Please Recycle This Weekend

Keep the Rez Beautiful (KRB) encourages boaters on the Reservoir to tote their trash to boat launches and deposit in the proper containers. Dumpsters and recycling bins will be set up at Ratliff’s Ferry, an effort to make it easy for boaters to recycle aluminum cans. To promote the effort, members of KRB will be … Read more Boaters, Please Recycle This Weekend ...

Welcome!

Welcome to Keep the Rez Beautiful’s official site. Here you can find information about our nonprofit organization as well as links to our Shutterfly, Facebook and Twitter profiles. Our members will update you on what we are doing here, so please visit often. For more information on our organization, check out our “About” page. ...