How do we keep Florida beautiful?

Keep Florida Beautiful works with our network of more than 40 county and city affiliates to engage and educate citizens, visitors, and communities to improve Florida through litter prevention, increased recycling, education, and beautification efforts.

Special Message From Keep Florida Beautiful

We're Wild for Wildflowers

Wildflowers keep Florida beautiful! Consider purchasing a Wildflower specialty license plate. Revenue from the plate goes to the Florida Wildflower Foundation to establish native wildflower research, education and grant programs.

Sample Florida State Wildflower Tag

Our Initiatives

  • Recycling

    The KAB Affiliates of Florida conduct Recycling/Waste Reduction workshops statewide throughout the year.

  • Litter Prevention Education

    Our affiliates organize over 80,000 volunteers statewide to participate in cleanup events that remove and recycle almost 5 million pounds of litter.

  • Environmental Education

    We work with educators to incorporate litter prevention, recycling and environmental stewardship into school activities and curriculum.

  • Solid Waste Reduction

    The average American generates over 4 pounds of trash every day. Keep Florida Beautiful promotes solid waste reduction through easy-to-implement solutions.

Learn more about Keep Florida Beautiful.

From the Keep Florida Beautiful Blog.

  • Be That Ray of Sunshine

    Practice the R’s after the Storm Many people are still recovering from Hurricane Michael. We know the storm made a deadly and devasting impact on the Panhandle and in many small communities in Bay, Gulf and Jackson Counties. The damage is unbelievable. It’s been almost a month and some people still do not have their...

  • Our Youth Engaging Their Peers

    You’ve probably seen the pictures of debris on our roadways and in our waterways. More than likely you’ve seen the trash first-hand. That litter on our streets can contribute to accidents. The trash in our seas can kill marine life. Let’s end littering. Let’s take action! Let’s get involved, volunteer...

  • What Goes Up Must Come Down

    The Fourth of July is a day of celebration, family, friends, picnics, parades… you name it. And for the most part, the day typically concludes with fireworks displays as we commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence that occurred on July 4, 1776. Then, there’s July 5 - the day  we look around and realize what a...

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Keep Our Paradise Litter-Free!

Keep Florida Beautiful's supporters make our work possible. Join the movement and help support affiliate programs, cleanup campaigns, education, litter prevention, and beautification initiatives.

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Recycling In Florida
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