Incorporated in 1989, Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful is a private 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to creating a cleaner, more beautiful region through education and active community involvement.
KTMB is supported by individual and community donations.
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Flower planting in Bicentennial Park always takes place the first weekend in June. In 2013, the flower planting will be from 9 a.m.-noon, Saturday and Sunday, June 1 and 2. Volunteer as an individual or a group!
More than 170 Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful volunteers turned out on a sweltering April day to help New2U Computers and Sims Recycling take back eWaste recycling from 540 Washoe County residents — more than 70,000 pounds in all! We loaded six semi trailers and four 22-foot trucks with scrap metal, TVs, computers, printers, game systems... Continue reading
Here’s a look at Red Rock, one of KTMB’s Great Community Cleanup sites, before and after our May 11 cleanup. We’re still taking and sorting after photos, we’ll have more of these soon, and if you took any photos during KTMB’s Great Community Cleanup, and want to share them with us, we’d love to see... Continue reading
Read full story at RGJ.com Truckee Meadows cleanup nets 103 tons of waste Chemane Trimble can’t believe the amount of garbage that people just throw out in the open. “Beds, carpets — there’s a Reno Gazette-Journal machine that I think someone gutted and threw out here,” Trimble said. “A Ski-Doo. And the tires — just... Continue reading