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Christopher Corwin Moore

Occupation: U.S. History and Geography Teacher at the Lynhurst 7th and 8th Grade Center, Director of L.E.A.P. (Lynhurst Environmental Action Posse) What neighborhood do you live in? Orchard Park What is the most inspiring place in Indianapolis? Lynhurst Veteran’s Memorial Garden How long have you volunteered with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful? 7 years Why do you support Keep Indianapolis Beautiful? Keep … Read more

Linda and Elizabeth Shikany

Occupation/Company/Organization/Position: Owner/Manager of Marigold Clothing What neighborhood do you live in? We both reside in Broad Ripple Village. How long have you supported Keep Indianapolis Beautiful? Marigold has been a financial supporter of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful for over six years. In addition, we have helped with various Community Forestry projects as well as median projects that have been recipients of … Read more

KIB and Butler University Partner to Beautify 38th and Illinois Street Corridor as Part of Great Places 2020

INDIANAPOLIS – (August 27, 2015) Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) is collaborating with Butler University, and Indy neighbors to beautify the 38th & Illinois Street corridor as part of the Great Places 2020 initiative, and Bulldogs Into the Streets (BITS), Butler’s annual effort to give back to the city of Indianapolis. This one-day beautification project, will take place this Saturday, … Read more

Trees do tons of amazing work…

…and we want people to know it! This summer we have placed Value Tags on trees around the American Legion Mall and in a couple neighborhood parks to show people just how hard trees are working. For instance, check out this Shingle oak (Quercus imbricaria). It will give back more than $1,560 worth over its lifetime. That includes collecting 231,857 … Read more

KIB Is Creating Indy’s First Outdoor, Bike Friendly, Interactive Library—All Over the City Next Month

INDIANAPOLIS – (July 27, 2015) Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) is collaborating with numerous community organizations, neighborhoods, schools and businesses to transform community greenspaces along Indianapolis bike ways into an interactive, outdoor library on Saturday, August 15. This one of a kind event will inspire creativity, strengthen our connection to nature and highlighting our amazing city. “Access to greenspace has … Read more