So many things are going on in Kenosha to support a green community: Since 1988, an advisory committee of 11 members dubbed "Keep Kenosha Beautiful" has overseen beautification, litter prevention, recycling education, and volunteer programs that help the community reach its green goals.
Kenosha's KKB committee has accomplished a lot, including a campaign to fight cigarette litter. The KKB educates citizens on the harmful effects of cigarette litter in the community and how they can volunteer to help.
Some fun ideas that help families and children get involved in the greening of Kenosha are the Sunny Squads and Adopt-a-Spot gardens. Sunny Squads encourage children and their friends to form a group and volunteer to clean up part of their community. Adopt-a-Spot gardens is a volunteer effort in which a group or individual "adopts" a public space and pledges to keep it weed and litter-free for one year.