Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful is partnering with Sierra Nevada Journeys (SNJ), Desert Research Institute Green Power (DRI) and the Nevada Department of Agriculture to facilitate a free, all-day teacher training on our Waste, Weed and Watershed Warriors curriculum units. All units are aligned to NGSS and free to use. This training will also introduce teachers to KTMB’s.. read more →

In This Issue:  Upcoming Events — March 5th Teacher Training with Green Power Volunteer Spotlight — Marge Millar, thanks for helping with Christmas Tree Recycling! Beautiful News — Keep America Beautiful Awards KTMB with the 2015 Beautification and Community Greening Award How to KTMB Everyday — Public Servants host neighborhood cleanups Upcoming Events     Here at.. read more →

  Winter Break has come and gone, and now the students are back in their classrooms. Over the winter holiday KTMB had the opportunity to visit two winter break camps and present our Waste Warriors curriculum to students.   As the new education coordinator I was ecstatic to get out of the office and observe.. read more →

Happy New Year, from all of us at KTMB! In this issue: Upcoming Events: Christmas Tree Recycling and Trash Talk January 28th Volunteer Spotlight: Gary Meckler, Project Leader Extraordinaire Beautiful News: Truckee River Operating Agreement signed after 27 years How to KTMB Everyday: Track litter with #Litterati and #iKTMB   Upcoming Events Christmas Tree Recycling.. read more →

KTMB participated in the 2015 Reno is Artown festival for the first time ever! Artown takes place annually in July where about 500 events take place including workshops, exhibit showcase arts, dance, music and other cultural events to experience throughout the entire month. About 70% of Artown events and performances are free for the community.. read more →

KTMB will be hosting art and garden activities on three Friday evenings during July in celebration of Artown. Bring your family and visit KTMB in the Sensory Garden on July 17th, 24th and 31st for fun and free family activities! The Sensory Garden is near the children’s playground and train at Idlewild Park in Reno… read more →