Spring Valley Cleanup this weekend, Aug. 27!

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5 Great Reasons to
Become a KRB Member Today


1. Rockland Underground Tours – Insider eco-tours of some of the most fascinating spots in the county – FREE to Members (all others pay $20)!

2. Fun Get-Togethers –  Annual Meeting/Wine & Cheese Party, Spring Cleanup Wrap-Up Picnic, Meet Ups & Mixers

3. Magnet for Your Car

4. Satisfaction of being part of a wonderful group who takes care of our local environment & fosters sustainable communities

5. Great way to show local officials that cleaner & greener matters to you!

To Become a KRB Member…


~ ~ Save the Date ~ ~

Keep Rockland Beautiful’s
2016 Annual Awards Gala

Saturday, November 19th
HNA Palisades Conference Center



NOTICE!!! The Winning Ticket of our 50-50 Raffle from our Night with the Rockland Boulders is still unclaimed!!! 

WINNING # 14772

Email: info@keeprocklandbeautiful.org if you have it!



Thank you to all the students, teachers, mentors and facilitators who participated in this year’s Rockland P.L.U.S. program and its culminating symposium at RCC on March 18th!

130 students from Clarkstown North, Hudson Valley P-Tech, Nanuet, Nyack, Pearl River, Spring Valley and Suffern High Schools gathered at RCC for the day-long program. They brought along the work they created in three sessions held previously at their schools – where they envisioned a sustainable approach to sites near their individual schools.

This program was free for all schools to participate thanks to support from the following sponsors:
Lead Sponsor: Suez Foundation   /   FedEx   /   Frank and Joanne Gumper
First Niagara Bank Foundation   /   Orange & Rockland    /   Rockland County
Plus: Inserra Supermarkets for food donations

> 2016 Rockland P.L.U.S. Highlights: Video and Photos

> Program Information



Time to Schedule a Summer EARTH B.E.A.T
Great for Summer Camps

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Fun, Hands-on Environmental Education

Schedule Earth B.E.A.T. at Your School or Camp Today

Earth B.E.A.T. engages students in a day of fun, interactive activities focused on local ecology, waste reduction, water and energy conservation.  By participating in these Eco-Stations, students build knowledge about their community and the human-nature connection. They make meaningful connections to class curriculum and the NYS learning standards and are inspired to take simple steps to protect the environment.

Earth B.E.A.T. provides our students with motivating, relevant, interactive experiences to deepen their understanding and respect for our natural resources, as well as their role in caring for the earth! …students have fun while learning important lessons!“

— Francine Cuccia, Principal, Link Elementary World School


20151111 krb members tour of west nayck quarry 2 KRB’s “Rockland Underground” Tours

We had four wonderful tours this past year: Rockland Lake, Dutchtown, Haverstraw and the Tilcon West Nyack Quarry. Thanks to all Members and Non-Member who joined us!

Here’s what we have planned for 2016…

Tour 1 – Rockland Country Club / Mon. June 27 
Join Matt Ceplo for some “Green Tee” as we tour this Audubon-certified course. Tour details

Tour 2 – Orangetown Green Infrastructure Tour / Sat. July 9
Hop on a bus with Andy Stewart, Orangetown Town Supervisor (and KRB’s former Executive Director!), to see sustainable building principles at work. Tour details

Tour 3 – Skyview Acres, Pomona / Sat. September 17
Tour this intentional community based on principles of racial equality, environmentalism and communal living (celebrating its 70th year!) with Paul Nagin. Tour details

Tour 4 – Harmony Hall & Historic Sloatsburg / Sat. October 15
Join Curator Geoff Welch for a fascinating tour of this magnificent Greek revival mansion of inventor/entrepreneur Jacob Sloat – plus highlights along the Ramapo River. Tour details

Become A Member Now & All Tours Are FREE!


Say No To The Bag

 Say No to the Bag Campaign

Isn’t it time to stop using plastic bags once and then throwing them away? In fact, do we really need to use them at all? Most plastic bags are used once and then discarded. Yes, really!

So Maria Luisa Whittingham of Nyack is leading the charge to get people to simply pause…and ask:

As a merchant, employee, or volunteer in a retail setting: “Did you bring your own bag today?” If no,”Will you need a bag today?”

As a consumer: “I pledge to forego a bag and bring my own bag when shopping”

Sound like a simple and reasonable idea? Then sign this petition to let the world know…

 Say No to the Bag Campaign


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