Clark County Green News

Current Green Schools news, articles and information
Jan
27

Join us for the Clark County Elementary School Student Summit on March 30th!

Calling all Clark County elementary school Green Teams! We are excited to announce the upcoming Elementary School Summit hosted in partnership with EarthGen this spring. Students and teachers from around the County will gather to engage with science and sustainable solution activities. Looking for some inspiration on what project to start...

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Jan
26

Clark County Green Schools is excited to welcome new Waste Connections Schools Educator, Crystal Moore to the team!

Crystal Moore recently joined the Waste Connections team as their Schools Waste Reduction Coordinator. Crystal comes to Waste Connections after working in the Public School System. After years of witnessing the inefficiency of school recycling, she realized that the best way to foster stewardship in youth is to promote education and outreach. Cryst...

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Dec
28

Register Today for the Clark County Winter Educator Training!

Registration Information  WHEN: Thursday, February 2nd 4:00-7:00  WHERE: West Park Community Room, Located in the Esther Short Building - 610 Esther St, Vancouver, WA 98660 REGISTER TODAY! For any questions, please reach out to Cam Foy at cameron.foy@earthgenwa.org.   Agenda Details Join us for the second in a series of professional ...

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Dec
16

Register today! New school garden workshops for teachers

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Do you have a school garden or outdoor learning area but don't know how to use it? Good news! The Lower Columbia Nature Network, Lower Columbia School Gardens, Master Gardener Program at WSU Extension, and ESD 112 have teamed up to provide a workshop series to help you find your way and get the tools you need to succeed. These worksh...

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Dec
01

La Center Schools launch district wide compost program

Over one-third of the food produced in the United States is never eaten! Food waste is the single most common material landfilled and incinerated in the United States. By reducing food waste, we can increase food security, promote resource and energy conservation, and address climate change. Over the last year, La Center School District has been ac...

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