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What goes Where?
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KBB’s LOCATION

 

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Upcoming Cleanups


EY Bermuda Coastal Cleanup

Choose your own location, gather your friends into a team and call KBB for bags & gloves, or ask KBB to assign a location. We will be joining the global effort. This is an International Coastal Clean Up Day to pick up litter and marine debris on the beaches, along the rocks or in the coastal waters. Calling all divers, swimmers, snorkelers, beach-combers, Eco Clubs, sports groups, community groups and families. Join the Island-wide effort to help keep Bermuda beautiful and environmentally healthy.

Clean Up Date: September 20, 2014

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October Clean Up

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Clean Up Date: October 18, 2014

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November Clean Up

TBA

Clean Up Date: November 15, 2014

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December Clean Up

Annual “Happy Holidays – Healthy Beaches” Clean Up

Clean Up Date: December 26, 2014

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Rain Date policy

In the event of rain, and if it has been raining up until 8:00 am on the morning of a KBB cleanup, the bushes and terrain will be too wet and muddy for a successful cleanup. In this case, the cleanup will be postponed to the scheduled “rain date” which is usually the following Saturday.


KBB President's Award 2014 - Margaret Fergusson

The KBB President’s Award is a perpetual plaque award given each year to an organization or individual who deserves special recognition for work to help keep Bermuda beautiful and also promote environmental education. This year the award goes to recognize Margaret Fergusson for her School Garden initiative at Government House. Mrs. Fergusson’s idea is to get students involved in an environmental project who might otherwise be considered at high risk for exposure to gangs. Choosing the three closest schools -- West Pembroke, Northlands and Victor Scott Primary Schools – students have been busy growing Kitchen Gardens at Government House. Under the direction of Mrs. Fergusson and volunteers from The Garden Club, these young people are gaining skills and knowledge that they may not otherwise get. We applaud Mrs. Fergusson for providing this wonderful opportunity to Bermuda’s school children.
Video by Adrian Lathan.


Community Service Credit

Students can get involved with a selection of projects. Please click here to see a list of ways to get involved with KBB for community service credit.


Has KBB been to your school yet?

Our programmes are designed to engage, educate and to instil an understanding and respect for our environment

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KBB’s Current Programmes & Projects

This edition describes all of KBB’s school education programmes and community improvements programmes.

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Bag Monster

It’s GROWING in your Kitchen…Say “No Thanks” to Single-Use Bags

Greenrock!, in collaboration with Keep Bermuda Beautiful (KBB) and advised by Bermuda Marine Debris Taskforce, have begun a petition to reduce the consumption of single-use plastic and paper bags in Bermuda by asking Government to impose a small mandatory retail charge on these bags. This approach has been proven by reduce use by up to 90% in other countries. This will be on food and beverage bags (not including take-out). Please read all about it at Greenrock’s petition page. Show your support. Sign the petition. Share with friends.

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