Green Bellevue is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.       

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  • Join us on August 18 to Walk Down Mission Street! Walk with Green Bellevue in theArrows to Aerospace Parade!SATURDAY, AUGUST 18Are you an Environment Champion? Do you support a greener, cleaner community? Come show your support by ...
    Posted Aug 13, 2018, 2:23 PM by Brittany Dabestani
  • Green Bellevue's August Program The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful:Invasive, Native & Beneficial Insects of the MidlandsPRESENTER: DR. TED BURK,PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY, CREIGHTON UNIVERSITYSUNDAY, AUGUST 121:30 – 3:00 ...
    Posted Jul 26, 2018, 8:14 AM by Brittany Dabestani
  • Green Bellevue's July 8 Program: The First 'R': Reduce We've had a change of plans! Due to illness, Dr. Ted Burk is unable to present on invasive and beneficial insects at this Sunday's meeting.Please see our ...
    Posted Jul 6, 2018, 1:14 PM by Brittany Dabestani
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If you are interested in participating in one of our initiatives, or you have one you are passionate about pursuing, contact our Chairman, Don Preister or attend a Green Bellevue Meeting.

Event Calendar


Upcoming Events and Meetings


Walk with Green Bellevue at the 



Saturday, August 18
Parade starts at 10am, Line up at 9:30am

Details here!


Please come see us at the 

Bellevue Farmers Market!


Saturdays, May 26 - Oct 13, 8am-12pm
@ Washington Park



SEPT 9:  Composting

OCT 14:  Annual Green Bellevue Meeting

NOV 11:  TBD


Learn about these initiatives:
- Recycling in Bellevue

- Invasive Ailanthus Tree
- Habitat for Pollinators
- Sarpy County Earth Day 2018