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2019 Great American Cleanup Photos

Official event photos from Gabriel Lee photographed on Saturday, March 30, 2019. Thank you to all the volunteers who came out on this day and any other day to pick up trash as part of the rescheduled/extended Great American Cleanup.

Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee
Photo by Gabriel Lee

Painted Flower Farm and Planting

We know it’s cold outside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be thinking about your garden and what to plant for the spring – even in March! It’s a good time to plant vegetables like brussel sprouts, broccoli, radishes, spinach, and turnips. It’s also a good time for those annuals you see blooming every spring like dianthus, petunias, and alyssum. If you don’t know where to start, start at Painted Flower Farm. Don and his crew at Painted Flower Farm have been in the business for many years and can help you with just about anything related to your garden and yard. They are also a KDB Business Member – Pecan Level for the past four years. Even better, current KDB members receive a 10% discount on purchases!

Painted Flower Farm | 3801 Lariat Road | Denton, TX 76207 | www.paintedflowerfarm.com

New Year Resolutions

KDB, You, and those New Year’s Resolutions

It’s a new year, and that means you have probably made some resolutions to help you reach a goal or two. Here at KDB, we think we can help you reach a few of those.

Giving back to my community

Everything we do at KDB benefits Denton directly – our money stays right here to cleanup your streets, give out trees to your neighbors, and provide grants to local schools. You can help us achieve our mission of a clean, beautiful, vibrant Denton by:


Volunteer more

If this is one of your resolutions, KDB has you covered! We have lots of volunteer opportunities – for groups and individuals!

For more information, visit our website or contact our Program and Volunteer Coordinator, Carly Weld, at volunteer@kdb.org or (940) 349-8738.


Plan for the future

A great way to plan for the future is to plant a tree! It may seem small now, but in time, that tree will provide much needed shade. Trees provide more benefits than shade, though, like decreased energy costs, increased property values, and decreased crime. Early spring a good time to plant – so check out of Denton’s local nurseries to chat about a tree for your yard. You may be eligible for a Tree Rebate on your utility bill if you plant a qualifying tree.

  • Receive a free when you attend a Free Tree Class at the Denton Redbud Festival on April 13. Read more and sign up beginning March 11.
  • Register to receive a free tree at the 2019 Community Tree Giveaway on Oct. 19. Choose from one of seven native or adapted tree species to enhance your hard. Learn more here and register beginning Oct. 1 at kdb.org.