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Public Health adds Lacamas Lake to blue-green algae advisory
Clark County Public Health has added Lacamas Lake to the blue-green algae advisory issued Tuesday afternoon for nearby Round Lake. The public should avoid direct contact with water at Round Lake and Lacamas Lake in Camas due to cyanobacteria blooms, also known as blue-green algae. Read more.
Public Health issues blue-green algae advisory at Round Lake in Camas
Clark County Public Health is advising the public to avoid direct contact with water at Round Lake in Camas due to a cyanobacteria bloom, also known as blue-green algae. Blue-green algae produce toxins that can be harmful to people and deadly for small pets that drink the water. Read more.
Board of Health seeks applicants for Mosquito Control District board
The Clark County Board of Health is requesting applications for a volunteer position on the Mosquito Control District Board of Trustees. The board establishes policy, manages expenditures and approves contracts for services for the Clark County Mosquito Control District. Read more.
Green Neighbors celebrates six years of sustainability programs with a birthday party
Clark County Public Health’s Green Neighbors program is turning 6 this year, and the public is invited to help celebrate! Green Neighbors is throwing a birthday party 2-4 pm Sunday, Oct. 28 at the Water Resources Education Center, 4600 SE Columbia Way. Read more.
Public Health expands online permit services
Clark County Public Health now is providing more permit services online, saving residents and business owners from making a trip to the department office. Throughout the summer, Public Health has rolled out several new features on its website that allow users to submit permit applications, renewals and payments online. Read more.
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The average American throws away 4.5 pounds of stuff every day. And more than 165 million tons of potentially usable material ends up in the landfill every year.
The Master Composter Recycler program strives to educate the community about ways to reduce waste, increase recycling and rethink our impact on natural resources.
Attend free Master Composter Recycler workshops or find our sustainability ambassadors at community events for tips to living greener.
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