What You Can Do at Home & In The Yard
Nature recycles dead organic material by breaking it down, with the help of microorganisms and invertebrate decomposers, into a soil enriching amendment called compost. Compost is made whether or not we are involved in the process, but there are things we can do to ensure it happens rapidly and without odors. For more information, check out any of our leaflets listed below or contact the Master Composter/Recycler Office at (360) 882-0936 ext 224.
Pacific Community Park is located at 1515 NE 164th Street in Vancouver, WA. The park is a 56-acre recreational area that includes an off-leash dog park, extreme sports park, walking trails, and a Naturally Beautiful Backyards demo site. The demonstration gardens are meant to show homeowners different ways to practice earth-friendly techniques at home. Natural gardening reduces the use of synthetic chemicals in order to increase beneficial organism activity, enhances habitat and wildlife areas, and contributes to the overall health of the community.
If you are interested in volunteering to help the environment, check out VolunteerClark.com or visit the links below to see current volunteer opportunities with Clark County and other local environmental organizations.
Volunteers are vital to help protect and enhance our natural environment. We frequently have opportunities to volunteer in variety of projects and programs.Why volunteer?
You can help to: