Residents are invited to register at 8:30 a.m. in the Home Depot parking lot where they will receive supplies to spread out to different areas around town from parks to trails and creeks to roadways.
Participants bring back their findings where they will find lunch, an environmental fair and have the ability to win door prizes. Online registration is currently available at www.kfmb.org.
In addition, the Native Plant Society of Texas will have their annual plant sale.
The environmental fair will include activities for the kids as well as booths providing information about water conservation, composting, gardening, native plant usage, healthy eating and exercise and more.
Carter Bloodcare will be onsite for those wishing to donate.
CINTAS Document Management will provide free document shredding to Flower Mound residents; Best Buy will collect electronic waste; and Christian Community Action will be onsite to collect gently-used clothing, housewares and food for those in need. Girl Scout Troop 79 will be collecting gently used shoes at this event to recycle and re-purpose them in order to keep them out of the landfill and help those in need.
Sponsors for this year’s event include Best Buy and CINTAS Document Management, CoServ, Home Depot-Flower Mound, Waste Management and the Town of Flower Mound.
For more information, visit the website, send an email to email@example.com or call 469-828-9074.