Clark County Green News

Current Green Schools news, articles and information

Sustainable Valentine’s Day Festivities for the Classroom

Don't forget to celebrate love for our planet during your Valentine's Day festivities this year! It's no secret that classroom Valentine's traditions generate tons of trash - quite literally! Every year, over one billion Valentine's cards are manufactured, transported, purchased and thrown away - that's a lot of paper waste! Many Val...

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Join us for the Clark County Virtual Winter Educator Training - Feb. 3

The Clark County Green Schools team and EarthGen are looking forward to seeing you at our Virtual Winter Educator Training on Thursday, February 3rd from 4-5:30pm. At this training, you will connect with other educators from around the county and receive the tools and resources you need to complete your certification projects. Plus, you'l...

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Apply for the Waste Not Washington School Awards!


To help schools accomplish their sustainability goals and incorporate more environmental concepts into curricula, the Washington State Department of Ecology is offering awards of up to $5,000 through their Waste Not Washington School Awards program. This is a great opportunity if you need some extra support to expand an existing project or want to&...

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Join us for the Virtual Clark County Fall Educator Training - October 7th

We are pleased to announce our Fall Educator Training is coming up on Thursday, October 7th from 4-5:30pm! Join the Clark County Green Schools team and EarthGen to get the tools and resources you need to set up your Green Team for success. This is a great opportunity for educators to connect with other sustainability leaders around Clark ...

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2021-2022 School Food Service Plan

Clark County Public Health's School Health and Safety team put together some great cafeteria food service guidance for students and staff to follow this year. This is in line with the CDC's requirements for K-12 schools. We highly encourage schools to follow this guidance and continue to reduce waste in the cafeteria by using milk di...

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