Keep Randolph County Beautiful (KRCB) is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful. We host cleanups, educational events, Randolph Creek Week, and other activities, like medicine drops, e-waste collections, shred events.Why? It’s simple: We love Randolph County and we want to keep it clean!

In honor of Year of the Trail in North Carolina, KRCB hosted Randolph Creek Week 2023, April 22 – 29. Creek Week is a time to learn more about trails and wildlife, help to clean up litter and other pollutants from streets and stream banks, and have fun with others who care for our natural local resources.

Read on to see who participated in Randolph Creek Week 2023 and to find more news and events hosted by Keep Randolph County Beautiful!

KRCB is KEEP RANDOLPH COUNTY BEAUTIFUL, and affiliate of Keep America Beautiful. Randolph Creek Week is an initiative of KRCB, Stormwater SMART, and its local government partners.

Announcements: COMING UP!


Stormwater SMART taught the EnviroScape Watershed Lesson to more than 2008th Graders at Uwharrie Charter Middle during Randolph Creek Week! Thank you, Eagles!

More than 100 people


Saturday, 4/29/23, 10 am – 2 pm, Jarrell Garden in Asheboro, NC

Parking and shuttle available at Randolph County Central Permitting (204 E. Academy St.) and Central United Methodist Church (300 S. Main St.) Additional parking at Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce (137 S. Fayetteville St.)

Ceremonial groundbreaking open to the public at 10:30!

Come learn about Year of the Trail and other community initiatives at informational booths open to the public from 10:00 – 2:00

Reserve your place in a tour or talk using the RSVP button below or by emailing

10:30 am – Ceremonial groundbreaking and site dedication

See full schedule of additional activities below!

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11:00 am – Slide show and litter talk with the board of KEEP RANDOLPH COUNTY BEAUTIFUL (KRCB) inside the PTRC mobile unit.

11:00 am – City of Asheboro walking site tour with identification of heritage trees and invasive plant species

12:00 pm – Help plant native and naturalized wildlfowers and other seedlings in the future community garden!

12:00 pm and 1:00 pm – Have you heard of AmeriCorps? Or wondered how to apply for service? Sign up for this talk in the PTRC mobile unit to hear from AmeriCorps Service Members and learn about this program.

1:00 pm – Pizza and refreshments provided for registered volunteers, with raffle giveaways!


With the help and support of KRCB and local governments in Randolph County, Stormwater SMART provides free education to libraries, schools, farmers markets, community events and festivals, Scout leaders and other civic groups, businesses, organizations, home school groups, and more. If you live or operate in Randolph County and want to learn more about water quality, we’re here to help!

  • Watershed lessons for middle school science classrooms using the EnviroScape model of a watershed
  • NC Stream Watch lessons for Scouts, after school and home school groups, Boys & Girls clubs and more
  • Water cycle lessons based on Core Standards using the Project WET curriculum for K-5
  • “The Watershed Game” – a competetive team-building game about stormwater management strategies for high schoolers, college students, businesses, and community organizations


While supplies last!


Randolph County Public Library branches are giving away seed packets of mixed wildflowers and grasses that grow easily in areas that get a lot of rain. The mix includes seeds from a variety of native species and hardy cultivators, mostly perrenials, for areas that get at least partial sun.


Randolph County Public Libraries are giving away nature activity booklets for families with children in elementary and middle school.


Randolph Creek Week is made possible by the board of Keep Randolph County Beautiful (KRCB), a collaboration of local governments and organizations in Randolph County. KRCB organizes regular litter cleanups around the County, hosts Shred Day, e-Waste & hazardous waste collection days, awards small grants to local stewards, and conducts litter surveys of trash hot spots around the county. KRCB relies on the dedication, caring, and stewardship of people just like you to make a difference in the quality of life here in Randolph County. If you would like to attend a meeting, inquire about serving on the board, or obtain other information about KRCB, please email

Before, during, and after Creek Week, there is a lot we can all do to protect our drinking water, creeks and wildlife that live in and near these waterways and water bodies. Use the buttons below to find additional resources to explain how clean water starts with YOU and ME!

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