Keep Grand Prairie Beautiful offers many classes to educate adults and children about what they can do to make Grand Prairie the cleanest, greenest, and most beautiful place to live, work, and play. All classes can be modified for various age groups and time restrictions. Classes are available upon request and speaker availability.
For more information or to request a class, please call: 972-237-8152 or email: email@example.com
Class provides a basic understanding of the science behind creating compost. Participants help to build a compost pile! This class is normally offered a few times per year through the Keep Grand Prairie Beautiful Community Garden Program.
Good Bug, Bad Bug
Class provides information regarding the good bugs and bad bugs in your garden as well as how to control the bad bugs. This class is normally offered once per year through the Keep Grand Prairie Beautiful Community Garden Program.
Junior Master Gardener
Program that encourages children to explore their natural world through hands-on activities that introduce them to age appropriate gardening principles. Curriculum and project kits are available through the Green and Clean Campus Program.
Program that focuses on the negative effects of litter, what Keep Grand Prairie Beautiful and the City of Grand Prairie are doing to combat litter and what YOU can do to prevent litter.
ShadeMakers Community Forestry
Topics at the ShadeMakers classes include Good Native Trees for Grand Prairie Soils, How to Plant, Prune and Care for Your Trees, City of Grand Prairie StreetScaping Program, and Volunteer Opportunities. Information on when the next class is scheduled: 972-237-8152, firstname.lastname@example.org
Waste in Place
Program created by Keep America Beautiful that is used to help students learn about litter prevention, beautification and community greening, recycling, and managing solid waste. Curriculum and project kits are available through the Green and Clean Campus Program.