Come out and meet new people, help your community and learn how important the work we do is. Our Annual Apalachicola National Forest Cleanup is SATURDAY, MARCH 4 – meet us at 8:00 a.m. at Hudson Park.
The mission of Keep Wakulla County Beautiful is to enrich the community through education, beautification, and conservation by engaging individuals to take greater responsibility for improving their community’s environment.
What We Do
When you support KWCB, you are making a personal effort to improve the quality of life in our community for everyone.
And you can help make Wakulla County an even better place to live, work, and play. Supporters provide donations of funds or in-kind services. Volunteers participate in programs and activities. Our success is dependent upon Community Partners.
Help us by getting involved in what we do:
- Litter Reduction & Prevention
- Great American Cleanup (Spring)
- Coastal Cleanup (September)
- Adopt-A-Shore (Coming Soon)
- Cigarette Litter Prevention Program
- Beautification – KWCB works with local neighborhood associations to improve their neighborhoods by not only keeping them litter-free, but also through the planting of gardens and other beautification projects.
- Community gardens
- Education – This is a key factor in helping to Keep Wakulla County Beautiful. KWCB promotes environmental activities that help educate the public on current environmental concerns and with the goals of KWCB. We also promote the “3 R’s” – Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.
- Fundraising, Memberships, and Sponsorships