Scores of volunteers will take to the streets and waterways Saturday to pick up litter as part of the Great American Cleanup.
In Louisiana, 15 chapters of Keep Louisiana Beautiful have organized clean-up efforts. Shreveport Green executive director Donna Curtis says her organization has rallied nearly 1,200 volunteers from dozens of organizations to help the beautification cause, her largest ever one-day volunteer recruitment.
Over the past 24 years of Shreveport Green’s existence, according to Curtis, this one day has made a measurable difference.
Steven Gruesbeck, director of service learning at Northwestern State, is chairing this year's Keep Louisiana Beautiful conference titled "Driving Sustainability for Another Ten Years."
Credit Northwestern State University
More than 120 people dedicated to litter prevention and waste reduction in Louisiana will gather today in Baton Rouge for the 10th annual conference of Keep Louisiana Beautiful. The two-day conference was organized by Steven Gruesbeck, director of service learning at Northwestern State University.