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The annual Keep Texas Beautiful Conference has gone virtual. It will be a two-day event where guests will  be able to hear from experts in educational sessions, chat with other attendees, network digitally, join interactive activities and a private Facebook group, and more.

Guests will still be able to celebrate and recognize the achievements of community leaders, inspiring youth, civic groups, businesses, and governments; experience sessions that are filled with innovative approaches to community beautification, waste reduction, and litter prevention; find networking opportunities and engaging presentations from knowledgeable experts and those with a passion for the environment.

Those who should attend include environmental professionals, including but not limited to those in solid waste, recycling, water, parks & recreation, and more; state and community leaders; and anyone interested in learning more about KTB, the Texas environment, and way they can get involved.

The annual Keep Texas Beautiful Conference has gone virtual. It will be a two-day event where guests will be able to hear from experts in educational sessions, chat with other attendees, network digitally, join interactive activities and a private Facebook group, and more.

Guests will still be able to celebrate and recognize the achievements of community leaders, inspiring youth, civic groups, businesses, and governments; experience sessions that are filled with innovative approaches to community beautification, waste reduction, and litter prevention; find networking opportunities and engaging presentations from knowledgeable experts and those with a passion for the environment.

Those who should attend include environmental professionals, including but not limited to those in solid waste, recycling, water, parks & recreation, and more; state and community leaders; and anyone interested in learning more about KTB, the Texas environment, and way they can get involved.

The annual Keep Texas Beautiful Conference has gone virtual. It will be a two-day event where guests will be able to hear from experts in educational sessions, chat with other attendees, network digitally, join interactive activities and a private Facebook group, and more.

Guests will still be able to celebrate and recognize the achievements of community leaders, inspiring youth, civic groups, businesses, and governments; experience sessions that are filled with innovative approaches to community beautification, waste reduction, and litter prevention; find networking opportunities and engaging presentations from knowledgeable experts and those with a passion for the environment.

Those who should attend include environmental professionals, including but not limited to those in solid waste, recycling, water, parks & recreation, and more; state and community leaders; and anyone interested in learning more about KTB, the Texas environment, and way they can get involved.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://hopin.to/events/53rd-annual-2020-conference

TICKET INFO

$99 for two-day, full access tickets
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