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PRIDE Environmental Education Contracts

WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST! We are now accepting applications for the PRIDE Environmental Education Contract Program, thanks to an award from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC). The funds can be used for a variety of educational activities that promote awareness of the importance of a clean environment, personal responsibility, […]

Forest Service, Wolfe County and PRIDE clean Red River tributary

27 pickup-truck loads of trash, like this one, and 10 dump-truck loads of trash were pulled from Swift Camp Creek.

VIEW MORE PHOTOS A year-long cleanup of Swift Camp Creek, which is a tributary of the Red River, is complete. Trash pulled from the creek added up to 27 pickup-truck loads with 60 to 70 bags each, 10 dump-truck loads of 3 to 3.5 tons each, and 230 tires. County workers and inmates spent […]

Buy a rain barrel: save water, save money, fund education

Rain barrels for sale.

 CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL RAIN BARRELS AVAILABLE FOR SALE You can save water and money with a custom-made rain barrel, thanks to our partnership with PRIDE Clubs. PRIDE Clubs assemble the barrels and paint them with environmental themes with assistance from their art teachers. PRIDE provides the materials and […]

PRIDE Progress – 2013, Issue 2

Click here to view the newsletter Topics: Good News Across Our Region Congratulations to Our Winners Environmental Education Contracts Welcome Doug Brock and Rodney Hitch to PRIDE Board T-Shirt Design Contest Waster and Wastewater Training Workshops Rain Barrels for Sale

2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup Awards

CLICK HERE TO VIEW PHOTOS OF ALL TROPHY PRESENTATIONS We thank all the volunteers who participated in the 2013 PRIDE Spring Cleanup. We are grateful for the leadership shown by the schools, nonprofits, cities and counties that organized cleanup events and recruited volunteers. We’re especially pleased with the strong […]

Volunteers invited to Corbin Bypass Cleanup, Oct. 5

Logo for Corbin Bypass Cleanup 2013

Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to join the 9th annual Corbin Bypass Cleanup on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. “We find less trash every year, and it’s a good feeling to know that we’re really making a difference out there,” said Susie Razmus, owner of Tri-County Cineplex, which hosts the […]

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