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Mar
06

Green Businesses Making a Difference

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A huge thank you to the Clark County Green Businesses that joined the Watershed Alliance to plant trees and shrubs along Burnt Bridge Creek!  By coming together to volunteer, they made a huge positive impact. Volunteers planted serviceberry, nootka rose, red osier dogwood, coyote bush, thimbleberry, ninebark, native cranber...
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Feb
04

The annual WasteBusters competition is here

Looking for a way to engage your employees or coworkers with sustainability while having fun, learning a bunch and winning awesome prizes?Look no further: the annual WasteBusters competition is beginning soon! WasteBusters is an annual waste-reduction competition for organizations and individuals in Clark County hosted by the Green Neighbors progra...
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Jan
02

10 Tips for Engaging Employees in Your Sustainability Initiatives

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​Making all employees aware of your company's environmental commitment and priorities won't happen overnight. It'll take time and a few reminders along the way before everybody is on the same page. Use the tips below to engage employees while you work to create a greener and healthier work environment.  Integrate susta...
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Dec
18

Host a waste-free holiday party

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​Organizing a holiday party for your office? Here are a few quick tips to keep it green:Decorate with items that can be reused.Set up tables with reusable tablecloths or place mats.Use cloth napkins, durable plates, and glassware or encourage your coworkers to bring their own.Have cloth dish towels on hand to clean up spills instead of paper t...
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Dec
10

Working together for clean water: host a vehicle leak check at your business

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Checking vehicles for leaks, and repairing any that are found, is essential to maintaining good water quality in Clark County and protecting all living things in our watersheds. When oil and other toxic fluids leak from vehicles, they enter local bodies of water through storm drains. Vehicle leaks are a significant source of water pollution, so ide...
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