Keep Sugar Land Beautiful (KSLB) has been providing environmental education and engagement programs for youth and adults since 1999. Our award winning organization provides educational support for individuals, business, schools, and government on recycling, solid waste reduction, water conservation, clean water, litter prevention, reforestation, and beautification. We work with government, business, and individuals to maintain and enhance the quality of life in our community. Our programs include: Going Green Together, Adopt-A-Spot, Recycle for Reuse, Trees Across Sugar Land, Don’t Mess with Texas Trash Off, Youth Advisory Board, Pollinator Meadow Party, Storm Drain Marking, Speaker’s Bureau, and Reduce Reuse Recycle Rock.
Awards earned by Keep Sugar Land Beautiful:
Excellence in Environmental Education: Texas Environmental Leadership Award (State of Texas Alliance for Recycling)
Gold Star Affiliate (Keep Texas Beautiful)
President’s Circle (Keep America Beautiful)
Ruthe Jackson Youth Organization Award (Keep Texas Beautiful)
Gold Star Affiliate (KTB)
Sustained Excellence (KTB)
President’s Circle (KAB)
Gold Star Affiliate
TCEQ Youth Award Finalist
KSLB earned Keep Texas Beautiful Gold Affiliate Status and Sustained Excellence again this year. We are thrilled to be included in this elite group of affiliates.
KSLB is pleased to announce we earned Gold Affiliate and Sustained Excellence as an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful.
Keep Texas Beautiful announced KSLB is a Gold Affiliate and earned Sustained Excellence.
Keep Sugar Land Beautiful was recognized as a first place recipient of a Governor’s Community Achievement Award (GCAA) at the Keep Texas Beautiful Conference. This award includes a $270,000 landscape grant for a TxDOT roadway in Sugar Land.
In 2013, KSLB celebrated its 20th anniversary organizing the Don’t Mess with Texas Trash Off – Texas’ signature event for the Great American Cleanup.
KSLB is awarded the 2010 Trees for Houston Arbor Day Award for our Trees Across Sugar Land program, a recognition of our efforts to make the Houston area a more healthy and green place to live.
Texas Community Forestry Award