Our Mission

Keep Keith County Beautiful inspires citizens, visitors and community to take action to improve and beautify the environment through litter reduction and increased recycling.

Litter Prevention

Through ongoing annual events Keep Keith County Beautiful offers and assists at reducing litter through regional cleanups, cleanup mini-grants, litter-free schools and sporting events, recycling at work and special event support.

Improve Recycling

Our community and schools stand at the top of the recycling pyramid in Nebraska. KKCB develops programs to recycle at Lake McConaughy, the schools and local business. Partnering with other state and local agencies KKCB is the leader in collaborative program development.

Beautify Communtiy

Through our monthly cleanups, community garden facilitation, student plantings,volunteer efforts and business support KKCB is the resource.

Who we are

As a non-profit, KKCB is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors who bring experience in business, non-profit, education and environmental issues.

Christine Vail

Executive Director

For over 5 years Chris has led KKCB with a passion for recycling and commitment to environmental education. Garnering 23 awards since 2015, KKCB is a national leader in our field.

The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors

Business Professionals

The KKCB Board of Directors is made up of local concerned and active members of the community who give of their time and talent to assist our organization. From a banker to an environmental biologist, KKCB’s board lives our message.

The Green Team

Students in our community

The Prairie View Green Team is a nationally recognized top 10 finisher in the PepsiCo "Recycle Rally".


Leaders in the communty

Through volunteers we are able to hold events, keep our beaches clean, and bring awareness to others.



Stay current on recycling news locally and nationally

Thank you Lake view!

On Saturday May 30th, our community came together to clean up. Five Guys stand out! KKCB wants to recognize Mike Auringer, Ken Sickler, Ken Behren, Rob Stevens and Andy Anderson for cleaning up the shooting Read more…

June Newsletter

Another month has gone by and many new opportunities and changes has taken place. We have watched our country shut down its economic engine because of a virus, we have have seen protests resulting in Read more…

Get in Touch

Find us at the office

2 North Spruce Street, Suite C Ogallala, NE 69153

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Christine Vail
Mon - Fri, 8:00-5:00

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