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Keep Indian River Beautiful is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Our mission is to unite our community through environmental responsibility. As a Keep America Beautiful affiliate, we focus on three main goals: Improving Recycling, Ending Litter, and Beautify Our Community.

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Indian River's Great American Cleanup

Indian River's Great American Cleanup is part of the Keep America Beautiful, the Great American Cleanup and Drive It Home: Keep Our Paradise Litter Free FDOT campaign. Our vision is to lead the county where every community is a clean, green, beautiful place to live. That beauty is a lasting signature and will inspire lasting actions. We build a sense of community by working together, always acting with integrity and taking action every day. 

As a part of this year's Great American Cleanup efforts, Keep Indian River Beautiful will be focusing on positively impacting the Lagoon by either removing litter, planting natives, or reducing nutrients from runoff. 

 

Project Calendar:
Events will be added as details come in, check back regularly!

To sign up or receive more information about any of the following events, click the name of the event and fill out the registration form. 

Craft Beer and Brewfest: February 15th

10:30am - 5:00pm

Volunteers are necessary to help divert over 2000 pounds of recyclable material from the landfill.  Our Recycling Team is responsible for collecting the recycling from vendors as well as the bins placed for the crowd. Two shifts are possible: 10:30am - 2:30pm and 2:30pm to 5:00pm.  Please register with staff so we can track the number of volunteers.

Rain Barrel Workshop at Pelican Island Wildlife Festival: March 7th
9am - 11am

For a $30 pre-registration fee, participants will get a short presentation on conservation tips, a fully outfitted rain barrel and an opportunity to paint the rain barrel. The workshop will begin at 11am at Riverview Park during the Pelican Island Wildlife Festival. A limited number of Rain Barrels are available.