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KIB Youth Tree Team Members selected for 2016 Excellence in Summer Service Education Award

INDIANAPOLIS – (August 25, 2016) Five members of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful’s (KIB) Youth Tree Team (YTT) have been selected to receive the 2016 Excellence in Summer Service Education Award by the Marion County Commission on Youth, Inc (MCCOY). Youth leaders Aaliyah Coe, Daija Hughley, Kiara Jones, Maurice Reeves, and Ring Te are among the 22 youth recognized by MCCOY for … Read more

KIB Kicks Off Indianapolis’ First City-Wide Pollinator Count Next Week–Tons of Events Planned

INDIANAPOLIS – (July 13, 2016) Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) is calling all residents to partake in Wild Pollinator Count Week on July 18 – 24. This inaugural, week-long event will engage the city in the important work of gathering data to help guide conservation and restoration efforts, tree plantings, and raise awareness of how vital pollinators are to the … Read more

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Kicks Off the First City-Wide Pollinator Count Next Month

INDIANAPOLIS – (June 30, 2016) Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) is calling all Indianapolis residents to become citizen scientists and partake in KIB’s Wild Pollinator Count Week on July 18 – 24. This inaugural, week-long event will engage the city in the important work of not only counting pollinators but educating Hoosiers on the need to plant native to help … Read more

Roche and KIB partner to help revitalize Far Eastside this Friday

INDIANAPOLIS – (May 4, 2016) The Far Eastside will receive a makeover this Friday, May 6, with the help of more than 220 Roche Diagnostics (Roche) employees as part of its annual Day of Service event with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB). This year volunteers will be working in the CAFÉ neighborhood to plant 135 trees along 38th Street—from Post … Read more

City, KIB and RADC Kick-off National Small Business Week with Community Tree Planting

INDIANAPOLIS – (April 29, 2016) Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) working with the Riley Area Development Corporation (RADC) will plant trees near I-70 and Rural—along the Mass Ave. Industrial Corridor—with the help of small business owners and community volunteers. This planting, in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), will kick-off National Small Business Week and highlight the correlation … Read more