Learn more about the City of Hutto's Weekly Curbside Recycling and what is and is not taken.
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The Keep America Beautiful mission is to inspire and educate people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment.
The Keep Texas Beautiful mission is to educate and engage Texans to take responsibility for improving their community environment. They do this through programming and education addressing their three focus areas: Litter Prevention, Beautification, and Waste Reduction.
Tips and information pertaining to water, soil, air, and solar conservation. Plus what is allowed within City limits.
For 30 Years, Don't Mess With Texas has channelled Texas-Sized state pride to remind Texans to keep trash off our roads. Inspired by true Texas pride, they go to great lengths to keep our state litter-free with award-winning ads, statewide road tours, education programs, and contests.
Take Care of Texas is a statewide campaign from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality that provides helpful information on Texas’ successes in environmental protection and encourages all Texans to help keep our air and water clean, conserve water and energy, reduce waste, and save a little money in the process!
The Native Plant Society of Texas promotes research, conservation and utilization of native plants and plant habitats of Texas through education, outreach and example.
Learn more about what native plants work best in your garden and what are some best practices when it comes to green initiatives.
The Texas Master Gardener program is an educational volunteer program conducted by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service of the Texas A&M University System. Master Gardeners are members of the local community who take an active interest in their lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers and gardens.
This is a partnership to manage non-native invasive plants and pests in Texas. The partnership includes state and federal agencies, conservation organizations, green industry, academia and other private and public stakeholders who share in the common goal of protecting Texas from the threat of invasive species.
The mission of the Good Water Master Naturalists is to develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities for the State of Texas.
The Junior Master Gardener program is an international youth gardening program of the university cooperative Extension network. JMG engages children in novel, “hands-on” group and individual learning experiences that provide a love of gardening, develop an appreciation for the environment, and cultivate the mind.
Earth 911 creates a community that helps consumers find their own shade of green, adopt environmentally sound practices and drive impactful environmental changes. They deliver a mix of targeted media content and recycling data so that you can live a happier, healthier, sustainable lifestyle.
Conserving Texas’ trees and forests, the state agency helps property owners maintain land and natural resources to ensure forestlands remain productive and healthy not only for the environment, but for generations of Texans to come.
Texas Downtown Association represent cities and towns of all sizes, economic development corporations, nonprofit organizations, small businesses and individuals that care about downtowns.
Founded in 1972, the centennial of the first Arbor Day observance in the 19th century, the Foundation has grown to become the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees, with over one million members, supporters, and valued partners.
There are many reasons to recycle plastic bottles. For starters, recycling reduces the pollution that can come from the chemicals used to make these bottles. Recycling also helps cut down on the amount of trash thrown into landfills, so our garbage doesn't take up as much space. Recycling also creates jobs for people who collect recyclable things and work at places that turn them into new materials. Learn more about the process of Plastic Bottle Recycling by clicking on the link! Special thanks to student Ellie for sharing this resource!