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KWCB APALACHICOLA NATIONAL FOREST CLEANUP

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Keep Wakulla County Beautiful will be hosting the 2023 KWCB Apalachicola Forest Cleanup. Join us in promoting the Leaders against Litter as we kick off our Great American Cleanup. This encourages community leaders and elected officials to participate and join us in pledging to keep our county litter free. Volunteers will join U.S. Forest Service staff as we clean up acres of trash and debris to keep our forest clean for humans and animals alike!

2022 Coastal Cleanup

The 37th International Coastal Cleanup is right around the corner! On Saturday, September 17, people from all walks of life come out to play a role in this global effort to remove debris from beaches and waterways. Come join us!

 Registrants that have registered by the 8/31 deadline will have get theirs first and anyone else can get any that are left at the site or come to Woolley Park to enjoy lunch, drawings, and see if we have shirts left there. Volunteers must be present to redeem shirts.

Lunch at Woolley Park will begin serving around 11:00 am.  We will have some local entertainment.  We will have drawings to include a 50/50 drawing and other prizes.

KWCB and RCC Wakulla join forces to spruce up Wakulla County Commission Complex

On Sunday, May 15, Keep Wakulla County Beautiful and RCC Wakulla joined forces to improve the appearance of the landscaping at the Wakulla County Commission Complex. A total of 16 volunteered to spend their Sunday morning serving their community on a beautification project.

The volunteers spent about 3 hours weeding and laying pine straw to freshen up the landscape. Lynn Artz followed and added some native plants to the area. It was hot, the ants were awful, and of course it is yellow fly season. Those issues being contended with, all of the volunteers are commended for their efforts.

RCC Wakulla chose the service project as part of their “For Wakulla” motto. KWCB was happy to coordinate and supply tools, buckets, and water for this project.