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we have a new way to sign up to volunteer with KBB!  Please see below for more details.

2016 Volunteer Opportunities NOW OPEN!

We would love for you to be a part of what we are doing in the Bryan/College Station area!


Volunteer teams will be assigned to clean up a pre-determined site in Bryan or College Station.  Volunteers are provided all the tools needed to do the cleanup.  We will end the event with a complimentary lunch and door prizes at The Brazos Center around 11:30 am.  The first 300 volunteers will receive a free T-shirt!  Here’s how you can help us keep our community clean, green, and beautiful:

1. Put together a team of at least 3 or more people

2. Select a team leader who will serve as primary contact

3. Select a team name

4. Complete the correct Volunteer application (Adult or Youth)

5. Scan and Email your applications to us at OR

6. Mail them to us at 213-B South Main Street, Bryan, TX 77803

Once we receive your information, your team will be officially registered.  Deadline to be registered is March 11th.  Team leader orientation and supply pickup dates will be April 5th-8th

Times and location of orientation to be determined.  There will be a lot of times to choose from and orientation/supply pickup only lasts about 20 minutes.



Brazos Valley Earth Day is April 23rd at Wolf Pen Creek.  Volunteers assist with unloading vendor supplies, helping with concession stands, performing concierge duties for vendors, parking control, information booth, litter & recycle control, and bounce house monitor.  There are two shifts available:  7:30—11:30 and 11:30—3:30.  This is a fun filled day with lots of vendors, music, entertainment, and food! If you would like to volunteer for this event, complete the correct Volunteer application (Adult or Youth) and email to

Plant of the Month

January's plant of the month is.....the Tulip!  Tulips are spring-blooming perennials that grow from bulbs. Depending on the species, tulip plants can be between 4 inches (10 cm) and 28 inches (71 cm) high. The tulip's large flowers usually bloom on scapes with leaves in a rosette at ground level and a single flowering stalk arising from amongst the leaves.Tulip stems have few leaves.  Find out more about this beautiful, hardy plant from the Farmers Almanac by clicking TULIPS You still have time to plant in January for a spring bloom!


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