Green Neighbors Program

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Joner Baker

Joner Baker

Joner Baker is a small, family-run law firm specializing in business law, estate planning, guardianships, probate and litigation. They offer legal services with an approachable, small town feel that matches their community in Battle Ground. Loren Joner, who grew up in Battle Ground, stays active in the community by volunteering with his church and lending a helping hand to various events. The firm also works pro bono for local nonprofits.

From the very beginning, Joner Baker established practices to eliminate paper use and hard copy files as much as possible. One of the first items they purchased was a scanner for uploading documents into their electronic filing system. They actively encourage clients to go paperless, and even planted 150 trees in the names of clients who chose to receive documents electronically.

Even though they are a small team, they are continuously looking for ways to produce less waste by setting yearly goals to be more sustainable.They have already made a habit of packing lunches from home instead of buying take-out. They also substituted cloth hand towels for paper in their restroom to reduce the amount paper towels they were throwing away. This year they're working on cutting waste by using durable coffee mugs instead of disposable cups.

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