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Biking to Work

  Part of my hazing as a new employee of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful was being tasked with the thoroughly delightful job of riding a bicycle. Last week was National Bike to Work Week, and I embraced it fully. Though I had more things on my checklist before work, my mornings felt longer, and I felt more relaxed throughout the day. … Read more

Nikunj Agarwal

Name: Nikunj Agarwal   Occupation/Company/Organization/Position: Software Systems/TCS/Solution Consultant   What neighborhood do you live in? Southport, Indianapolis   What is the most inspiring place in Indianapolis?  I love to spend time in White River State Park, which is the most beautiful place with a canal in Indy.   How long have you volunteered with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful? I have been … Read more

Will Gardner

Name: My name is Will Gardner.   Occupation/Company/Organization/Position: I am an environmental attorney at Taft, Stettinius, and Hollister LLP.   What neighborhood do you live in? I live in the Meridian Kessler neighborhood.   What is the most inspiring place in Indianapolis? Indianapolis is filled with great public spaces both large and small, but I always find myself coming back to the … Read more

KIB Announces Tree Canopy Planning and Mapping Tool

KEEP INDIANAPOLIS BEAUTIFUL ANNOUNCES TREE CANOPY PLANNING AND MAPPING TOOL KIB celebrates Arbor Day and the future of Indy’s tree canopy with release of mapping tool to guide work and urban forestry growth INDIANAPOLIS (April 28, 2017) — Keep Indianapolis Beautiful’s new Tree Canopy Planner and mapping tool is a community resource to help Indianapolis residents visualize where trees are, … Read more

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Helps Students Turn Fruit Orchard Dream into Reality

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Helps Students Turn Fruit Orchard Dream into Reality KIB and Eleanor Skillen Elementary School plant fruit trees on vacant school property INDIANAPOLIS – (April 28, 2017) Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) and KIB Club school, Eleanor Skillen Elementary School (Indianapolis Public School #34), will plant an orchard of 15 fruit trees on the school’s property. Coinciding with … Read more