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“Clark here! The internet has amazing resources when it comes to learning about electricity, water, and the environment in the Pacific Northwest. Below are a few of my favorites for you to check out!”
Clark County Green Schools works with all local public and private schools in their sustainability efforts. We’re here to encourage environmental leadership and give students tools to implement change in their schools.
School Grounds and Garden Maps, Google Earth Transfer Station Tour, Composting/Recycling assistance, Green Businesses – for Educators, Parents and Students.
Columbia Springs is an environmental education nonprofit 501(c)(3) located on the Old Evergreen Highway in Vancouver, Washington. Our 100-acre urban natural site is an outdoor education center which offers events, programs, and workshops to teach people of all ages about stewardship and environmental science.
During the 20 years Columbia Springs has been in operation, they have reached well over 250,000 guests and taught a generation of Clark County residents about watersheds, biology, restoration, and engineering. The Columbia Springs community continues to grow each year to reach a wider audience of students and volunteers. Columbia Springs’ site is a beautiful community asset and our programs are sources of excellent educational and volunteer opportunities.
Clark Public Utilities is a partner with this program. The two goals for the website are to offer a consolidated place for volunteer coordinators and environmental educators to share resources and to create a pretty good inventory of the ways to experience the outdoors in our area.
Spark Museum of Electrical Invention is an exciting and educational opportunity to learn about the historical development of electricity, radio and early technology. Spark uses a world class collection of artifacts to explore and embrace the mysteries of electricity.