Green Neighbors Program

The Clark County Green Neighbors Program is coordinated by Clark County Public Health’s 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.

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Green Blog

News about our community as it relates to the environment
Jul
01

Tour the Best Natural Gardens in Clark County

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2022 Natural Garden TourSunday, July 17, 10am - 4pmClarkgreenneighbors.org/gardentour Do you want to elevate your garden while also preserving and supporting the natural environment? Look no further! Clark County Green Neighbors Natural Garden Tour returns to offer examples and inspiration for urban and rural gardeners alike. This year, the Natural...

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Jun
04

Become a VIP: Volunteer Invasives Patroller!

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Be Proactive!   You can help protect the local environment by becoming an Invasive Species Citizen Scientist. This project may be suitable for interested middle and high school students and adults from all walks of life. No prior experience necessary. Get trained, collect data, report your results, and make a difference! Invasiv...

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Aug
25

“Catios” are the perfect compromise for outdoor cats and wildlife

Catio This carefully designed cat enclosure, built by homeowners Robin Kreger and Sam Perkins, offers ample playing and lounging room while not blocking the home’s window views.

A "catio" or "cat patio" is an enclosure that allows pet cats to enjoy outdoor enrichment in a contained space. Catios come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from simple window boxes to freestanding structures with toys and boxes for felines to experience alfresco without risking harm to them or the local wildlife.  According to the American Bi...

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Aug
04

The Interactive 2020 Clark County Natural Garden Tour is online NOW!

2020 Natural Garden Tour

The 2020 Virtual Natural Garden Tour is now open! For 15 years, the public has been invited to visit inspiring private gardens that skip the use of chemicals and encourage natural techniques. This year, visitors can peer into all of the 15 gardens without leaving their own home. Incorporating curated video shots and  photos...

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May
04

Connect with Nature!

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Oblivious to our current situation, the spring season marches on. The days are longer, the birds are returning and flowers are in bloom. Staying active and appreciating nature can be healing for your mind and body, but you don't even have to venture as far as the local park to welcome spring. One way to stay connected to nature and witness the...

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