A State Affiliate of Keep America Beautiful - Keep Tennessee Beautiful(KTnB) is a department of Extended Programs at the University of Memphis.
KTnB is funded by the Tennessee Department of Transportation from special taxes
levied on malt beverage and the soft drink industries (57-5-201 and 67-4-402).
Hosted by Bill Landry. This video encourages residential property owners to consider adding a rain garden to their home landscaping. The video covers the environmental benefits of rain garden landscaping, the process of installing it and covers the use of rain barrels.
Thank you for caring enough to help us keep our roadways free of litter! With your help, we can go a long way in keeping Tennessee clean and beautiful. The online litter hotline is available for concerned citizens like yourself to take action by letting us know when you witness littering from vehicles on the state?s roadways. You may also call toll-free 1-877-8-LITTER.
McMinn County is located in Southeast Tennessee along the I-75 and U.S. 411 corridors halfway between the metropolitan areas of Chattanooga and Knoxville. With a population estimated at over 52,000 people, the 430 square mile county is still considered rural. Though rural, numerous Fortune 500 companies and subsidiaries call McMinn County home. Some notable industries include Mayfield Dairy Farms, Resolute Forestry Products, Manufacturers Industrial Group (MIG), Denso Manufacturing, J.M. Huber, Heil Company, Johns Manville and Thomas and Betts. McMinn County is also proud to be home to Tennessee Wesleyan College, Cleveland State Community College-Athens Campus and the Tennessee Technology Center at Athens.