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Keep America Beautiful Webinars
Keep America Beautiful is conducting educational webinars with topics covering issues of interest for our affiliates and partners.
Recycle-Bowl: Recycling Coordinator Overview
Keep America Beautiful's Recycle-Bowl, the national recycling competition for K-12 students, takes place from Oct. 15 through Nov. 9. We encourage you to encourage your local school administration or teachers to register to participate! Please review the Recycle-Bowl Coordinator Overview webinar recording and presentation materials below for more information about the program, how to register, and how to get started.
Presenter: Kelley Dennings, Director, Recycling Programs and Services, Keep America Beautiful; Melissa Adams, Manager, Recycling Programs; Melody Whitten, Executive Director, Keep Albertville Beautiful
Recycle-Bowl: Focus on Education
This webinar will describe the Recycle-Bowl competition in which all schools are eligible and participants track and report how much material (cans, bottles and paper) they collect during four weeks in the fall. We will explain how prizes work, give an overview of the toolkit and discuss the various educational items available as part of the competition.
In addition, Cecile Carson, Keep America Beautiful's senior director, affiliate development, will talk about the updated Waste in Place curriculum, and Jennifer Hammonds of the National Wildlife Federation will provide a brief overview of NWF's Eco-Schools program.
Presenters: Kelley Dennings, Director, Recycling Programs and Services, Keep America Beautiful; Cecile Carson, Senior Director, Affiliate Development, Keep America Beautiful; Jennifer Hammonds, Science Curriculum Specialist, National Wildlife Federation.
Busting Recycling Myths
National experts will bust some common recycling myths about plastics, recycling markets and single-stream recycling. Come prepared to learn some new and existing knowledge to take back to your own community and/or students and utilize in your own presentations.