Green Neighbors Program

The Clark County Green Neighbors Program was developed and is maintained by Clark County Solid Waste and Environmental Outreach to assist citizens with developing more sustainable lifestyles and building a strong environmental community in Clark County. Solid waste regional planning and programs are a cooperative effort of Battle Ground, Camas, Clark County, La Center, Ridgefield, Vancouver, Washougal, and Yacolt. Funding for this project provided by a grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology.

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VIRTUAL Green Burial Talk

Wednesday, July 8 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Join Elizabeth Fournier, AKA The Green Reaper, for a discussion about natural burial. What does this mean? It means the burial of human remains in the earth in a manner that does not inhibit decomposition but allows the human remains to recycle naturally.

A link to join the FREE virtual event will be emailed out to registrants closer to July 8.

Topics that will be covered:

  • Understanding the history of the American burial
  • Learning regulations and current practices of green burial
  • Adding shades of green to funeral and burial choices
  • Discussing personal after death care preferences
  • Caring for a body at home after death

Elizabeth is a funeral director and author of The Green Burial Guidebook, you can find more about her work on her website,

Contact: 564.397.7326 or [email protected] 

VIRTUAL Watershed Alliance Food & Film Series: Tapped

All day

Our Food & Film Series was just beginning when our world began to change. While we miss connecting, eating pizza, and watching environmental films with you , we are happy to announce that Tapped, a film from our archive, will be virtually shown on July 8th for a 24 hour period!

An unflinching examination of the big business of bottled water.

Follow the Watershed Alliance Facebook and Instagram for updates on the link and password! 

CANCELLED: Business Planning for Small Acreage Farmers

Wednesday, July 8 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed, or canceled. 


 Ag Entrepreneurship Course Teaches Business Planning to Small Acreage Farmers

Wednesdays, January 22 through March 25, 2020

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Hazel Dell, WA

Clark County, WA - Are you thinking of starting a small farm or agricultural business? Do you want to expand your current farm business? Would you like assistance in writing a business plan for your farm? You can get started by signing up for WSU Extension’s “Cultivating Success: Agricultural Entrepreneurship and Business Planning” course. The 10 week class series is designed to help entrepreneurs develop a workable business plan to guide the success and sustainability of their agricultural enterprise. 

“A business plan is like a roadmap that can guide farmers to be successful and sustainable” says Doug Stienbarger, WSU Clark County Extension Director.

The course will teach beginning and existing farmers and value-added producers new skills in business planning and important aspects of operating a sustainable business.  Special emphasis is placed on direct marketing, record keeping, and financial and legal issues unique to agricultural businesses.  Instructors include farm marketing specialists, accountants, attorneys, agricultural professionals, and local farmers sharing their farming and marketing experience. 

“This course is an excellent opportunity for small acreage farmers to improve an existing business or learn the ropes of entrepreneurship if they are just starting out”, says Teresa Koper, Small Acreage Program Coordinator.

Registration is $100 per farm or family and class size is limited to the first 30 participants (partial scholarships are available on a limited basis).  This class series fills up quickly so contact Teresa Koper at [email protected] or visit the WSU Clark County Extension events calendar ( for registration details on this terrific learning opportunity.  

WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Persons requiring special accommodations should call WSU Extension Clark County at (564) 397-5733 two weeks prior to the event.


VIRTUAL Watershed Stewardship - Plants

Wednesday, July 8 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Our region hosts a variety of habitats and landscapes. Forests, wetlands, open space, and agriculture all have their own characteristics. We will introduce important native plants and invasive species to know.

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How can I protect myself from the Coronavirus?

Wash your hands

Everyday practices to prevent colds, influenza and other respiratory illnesses can also protect people against coronaviruses, including COVID-19. Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. When soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol.

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