Eric Stricker is supporting the Clark County Green Schools and Master Composter Recycler programs in 2019. Eric graduated from the University of Portland in 2017 with degrees in environmental ethics and policy. He previously served as the Clark County Green Schools AmeriCorps member for the 2017-2018 school year. Eric has lived in Vancouver his wh...ole life. Much of his time growing up was spent in school music programs and the Boy Scouts of America, where he obtained the rank of Eagle in 2013. Eric enjoys getting out in nature any way he can including backpacking, disk-golfing, and cycling. More
Apr
08

2019 Green Apple Award Recipient: Rebecca Morris

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​At the end of March, Clark County hosted the 2019 Green Awards . These awards recognize members of the community for their commitment and passion to a variety of environmental outreach programs that operate in Clark County.  The Green Apple Award is presented to someone who goes above and beyond in their capacity to make positi...
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Mar
07

April Climate Change Training for Teachers

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Our partner, Washington Green Schools, has more professional development opportunities for teachers in Clark County , at no cost to you! Washington Green Schools and ESD 112 are offering new climate change related enrichment programming for teachers to utilize in their classroom. Check out the details below, and stay tuned for m...
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Mar
05

Free LED's for schools from Clark Public Utilities

Free LED's for schools from Clark Public Utilities
We have some exciting news from our friends at Clark Public Utilities!  Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, Clark Public Utilities is helping schools be a little greener while helping them save some green at the same time.  The utility is offering free 60 watt-equivalent, dimmable LED bulbs to schools across Clark County. Perfect for a te...
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Feb
22

Washington Green Schools offers Climate Change education training

Th is March, ESD 112 and Washington Green Schools are hosting some educational opportunities for teachers that want to learn more about how to utilize climate change phenomenon in classroom settings. They will explore current research and make connections to local climate change impacts. Both these training have limited openings and provi...
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Feb
14

Winter Educator Training wrap-up and tools

Winter Educator Training wrap-up and tools
Last week, educators and Green Team leaders from all across Clark County came to the Clark County Green Schools Winter Educator Training. This event allows Green Team leaders to learn how to have the greatest impact with environmental education, action projects and certification. Green Team leaders were able to meet others and share their expe...
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