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    Clark County
    Green Business Program

    Clark County Green Business program offers resources and onsite assistance to support your business goals to operate efficiently, reduce your environmental impact, and offer employees a healthy workplace. We recognize and celebrate environmental excellence with Green Business certification.

Green Your Business

Conserve resources, create a healthier work environment for employees, and enhance your recycling and composting programs. Clark County Green Business program offers:

Evaluations to identify opportunities to increase efficiencies and reduce waste
Assistance with recycling and composting programs
Recycling trainings and presentations for employees

Get Certified

Join the growing list of certified Green Businesses. Earning Green Business certification demonstrates to your customers and employees that your business is committed to the environment and to your community.

Recognition as a Green Business
Self-assessment tool
Business-focused networking events, tours and workshops

About Green Biz

The Clark County Green Business Program recognizes businesses for environmental excellence through onsite assistance and verification of green business practices. The program provides an environmental assessment, resources, and assistance to businesses seeking a structured approach to implementing green initiatives and measuring results.

Our businesses demonstrate that going green is not only good for the environment, it is also good for business's bottom line, improving employee morale, increasing operational efficiency and maintaining a positive public image.

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Green Business Spotlight

We are excited to announce the recent Green Business certification of Natural Grocers in Hazel Dell! Natural Grocers takes many steps to protect the environment and to bring their customers organic and environmentally friendly products."Paper or plastic?" At Natural Grocers, the answer is neither! Unlike many grocery stores, Natural Grocers has a bag-free check out. Customers can bring their own reusable bags, or they can reuse cardboard boxes from the store. For every reusable bag that is used, Natural Grocers donates $0.05...

Latest News

May 08, 2019
​The 2019 Recycled Arts Festival is right around the corner, and there are many opportunities for businesses to get involved. This year will be the 14th annual festival, and the 3rd Procession of the Species coordinated by Clark County. Both the Festival and the Procession offer great opportunities ...

Green Biz Events

06-06-2019 10:00 am10:30 am
Free

Join LeanPath’s Executive Chef & Food Waste Prevention Catalyst Robb White to find out the 15 food waste fighting questions you need to ask your kitchen right now. Chef Robb conducts hundreds of coaching sessions with chefs every month. He has taught them, and he has learned from them. He has distilled his work into the Top 5 Food Waste Sources and the questions to ask your kitchen staff to find out exactly where they can be more efficient and effective. Considering most kitchens waste between 7 and 10 percent of the food they buy, you can't afford to miss this information-packed 30-minute webinar.

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Green Businesses

Joner Baker PLLC

Legal services, ei. Estate planning, business management, probate, litigation, guardianships.

Battle Ground, Washington View details
Barre3 Felida

We offer group exercise classes, child care during class, and retail service.

Thatcher's Coffee

Serving coffee is what we do. Caring for people is why we do it.

Vancouver, Washington View details
Harvest of Peace Microgreens

Harvest of Peace Microgreens grows small batch, nutrient dense microgreens. Products are grown to order in Clark County and made available for pick up or delivery within two days of harvest.

La Center, Washington View details