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Big Spring Clean

Big Spring Clean Dates:

April 21st -28th of 2018

(All Week Long)

Household Hazardous Waste Collection  April 25th! (9:00am -7:00pm)

 Upcoming Meetings: Click on the link to view the information below.

1/31/2018 KickOff Big Spring Clean Meeting with Committee

2/16/2018 Big Spring Clean Meeting

 

How Can You Help?

VOLUNTEER

Volunteer! Clean up a couple of city blocks with your group or take on a beautification project.  To learn more about volunteering or to get more information contact the Burleson County Environmental office at 979-567-2360.

Projects could consist of:

  • Butterfly Gardens
  • Flower Gardens
  • County Road Side picking up litter
  • Clean and restoring building like painting or curb appeal with flowers
  • Clean up a cemetery
  • Picking up a trash from a park
  • Trash pick up in communities or subdivisions like Birch Creek, Big Creek, Beaver Creek, Cade Lake or many others in our county.
  • Building something fantastic for the enviroment
  • ect.

Volunteers are always needed.  Steps in volunteering link here:  How to volunteer!!

Please take a moment to fill out our Volunteer Application Form  so we can have your information handy and plan our projects for the year accordingly. The more groups and or individuals we have willing to donate their time, the better.

Lets make Burleson County the best place to be!

Forms:

Volunteer Registration Form (Individual)

Volunteer Registration Form (Group)

Big Spring Clean Wrap Up Report

Big Spring Clean Photo Release Form

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2017 BIG SPRING CLEAN FLYER

2018 DUMP HOURS FOR SPRING CLEAN

 Volunteer participants receive
Free T-Shirt

 

 

 

CONTEST
RECYCLED SCULPTURE CONTEST

Turn your recyclables into works of art! At least 70% of the

sculpture must be constructed using primarily something

previously used that would normally be thrown away or recycled.

Projects due April 20 – 21st.  See forms for more details.

YOUTH 2017 Recycled Sculpture Contest Rules & Form (fillable)

  • We carry out our mission to inspire the conservation of native plants through our

gardens, research, education, consulting and outreach programs. In doing so, we

improve water quality, provide habitat for wildlife  and enhance human health and happiness.

Visit, learn and make a better world with us.  https://www.wildflower.org/learn/guide-native-plant-gardening

  • We all know the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling;
but what are some easy ways to do them at home and why a
re they so important? https://usinsuranceagents.com/green-home-guide
  • The Don’t mess with Texas® Trash-Off serves as Texas’ signature
event for the Great American Cleanup, the nation’s largest community
improvement program, held annually from April through May. 
 https://www.ktb.org/don-t-mess-with-texas-trash-off
  • This booklet contains several service-learning projects that focus on
various aspects of safe solid waste management, such as reducing household
hazardous waste and buying recycled-content products.
 https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2015-04/documents/servicelearning.pdf
More updates will be made to this page as we get closer to the BIG Spring Clean! Keep checking back!