Biz Spotlights


Green Business Spotlight: Good Rain Farm

Xast Sqit, or Good Rain Farm, is a Clark County certified Green Business located in Camas. Named in the traditional language of the sngaytskstx (Sinixt) the Arrow Lakes Peoples, Good Rain Farm works in harmony with the land. Founder and owner Michelle Week, of Sinixt ancestry, embraces holistic agricultural practices from her own Indigenous heritag...

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Green Business Spotlight: C-TRAN

C-TRAN has been providing public transportation services to residents of Clark County since 1981. Environmental sustainability has been incorporated into C-TRAN's 60-year vision statement: "C-TRAN services contribute positively to the region's sustainability, livability and economic vitality by helping manage traffic congestion, reduce dependence o...

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Green Business Spotlight: Harvest of Peace Microgreens

Harvest of Peace Microgreens is owned and operated by Therese Livella in La Center, WA. This small family operated agricultural business supplies local chefs, Community Share Agriculture subscribers and summertime Farmer's Market attendees with nutrient dense microgreens. Therese has a longtime passion for incorporating sustainability into her...

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Green Business Spotlight: Analog Devices, Inc.

Sustainability is at the heart of daily operations at Analog Devices Inc. (ADI). ADI manufactures a variety of high-quality software, linear integrated circuits, semiconductors and computer chips.  Considering the environmental impacts of manufacturing processes, ADI releases an annual sustainability report which includes information abou...

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Green Business Spotlight: Wallis Engineering

Wallis Engineering has been named the Clark County Green Business of the Year in the Small Business category for their work to reduce waste at every opportunity within their business. Wallis Engineering has focused on waste reduction by expanding their recycling program to include items such as film plastic and block foam that are not accepted in c...

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