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Upcoming Family Friendly + Sustainability Education Events

Upcoming Family Friendly + Sustainability Education Events

January 2024 ‍

Hello , We hope to see you at one of our upcoming sustainability education events! 



Scrappy Cooking: Embrace Your Culinary Creativity 

  • Sunday, October 22nd, 2-3:30 at the Vancouver Community Library

Celebrate the Green Neighbors program's anniversary with an engaging cooking demonstration and family friendly event focused on reimagining leftovers to reduce food waste! Get inspired with a presentation by creative cooking expert, Stacey Tigner-Loy with the WSU Clark County Extension SNAP-ED program, enjoy a Q&A session, and grab a QR code for a recipe book. 

Take advantage of this opportunity to gather ideas and become a part of a community dedicated to sustainable cooking! 


The event will also include raffle prizes and refreshments. In honor of our waste-reduction mission, guests who bring their own reuable cup will recieve a second raffle ticket. 


Advance registration requested. 


‍Zero Waste Washington Legislative 411 

  • Thursday, October 19th, 7:00-8:00pm via Zoom

The Composter Recycler program is excited to have Heather Trim, Executive Director of Zero Waste Washington, as a guest speaker presenting on state legislative updates and how folks can get involved! Join us on Zoom (Meeting ID: 857 0053 2572). 



Zero Waste Washington's mission is to drive policy change for a healthy and waste-free world. Heather Trim, Executive Director, joined Zero Waste Washington in 2016. Prior to Zero Waste Washington, Heather has been active in zero waste issues, including helping lead the Seattle bag campaign and helping get the ban on styrofoam serviceware products passed. Previously, Heather was Director of Science and Policy at Futurewise, focusing on habitat, shoreline, stormwater and other issues related to landuse. Before that, she worked on similar issues and including toxic pollution and plastics. Heather earned a BS in geology from Yale University and a PhD from UCLA in geochemistry.