Keep Natick Beautiful

KNB is a chapter of Keep Massachusetts Beautiful (KMB), which in turn is the state affiliate of Keep America Beautiful (KAB), one of the nation’s oldest conservation organizations. Founded in 1953, KAB is the largest community improvement organization in the United States.

KNB is helping to keep the town of Natick, "Clean, Green, and Litter-Free". Residents are encouraged to donate or volunteer to help keep trash off of our streets and out of our public parks. You'll notice the buckets all around town, sitting in conspicuous areas around places such as Coolidge Hill and Dug Pond. Keep Natick Beautiful is part of Keep Massachusetts Beautiful, which in turn is part of Keep America Beautiful. All of the organizations work to promote efforts to increase recycling in the homes, schools, and businesses of the United States, Massachusetts, and of course, Natick.

Reach out to Keep Natick Beautiful to find out how you can help keep the 01760 litter free. If you do volunteer, bringing equipment tends to help. Things such as hedge clippers, metal rakes, work gloves, and the like go a far way to helping clear trails and clean up parks. You can also visit the Natick Recycling Center more often to help do your part.