October 3-6 is Public Power Week – We get to celebrate being a non-profit, community owned, utility with you!

Just as the way we treat other people reflects our personality, the way we treat the environment reflects who we are as well. At Clark Public Utilities, we feel we have an obligation to protect our community from activities that lead to environmental degradation whenever possible. Taking these steps today will help protect the health of plants, animals, and humans.

It is everyone’s responsibility to take care of the Earth and make it a wonderful place to live. No matter how old we are, there are many things, big or small, that we can all do to make a difference. Helping out the environment can be anything from volunteering at events and even learning about the plants, animals, and watershed in our community and sharing our knowledge with others. Together we can make a difference! So come along as we explore the world around us.

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StreamTeam

If you want to make a difference in our community, then consider StreamTeam! This program by Clark Public Utilities works to improve salmon habitat through a variety of actions, like tree planting, invasive plant removal, and more. Learn about these fun volunteer opportunities!

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Plants of the Pacific Northwest

Our region is known for being green! From green mosses and ferns to towering conifers, Clark County is full of beauty.

Discover the native plants that live in the region, why they’re amazing, and what we can do to support them.

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Our Watershed

Water is everywhere in Clark County! Keeping it clean and safe for people, plants and animals is up to all of us. Find out where our water comes from, how we can keep it clean, and how we can make sure everyone has enough, including plants and animals!

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Animals in Clark County

There are many incredible animals – both large and small! – in Clark County. Get up close and personal with the animals around and learn why they make our home so special.

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Air in Clark County

Everyone needs clean air to stay healthy and live life to the fullest. Keeping the air clean takes a lot of work and careful planning. Learn more about what you’re breathing, why it matters and what can affect it.

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Citizen Science

From backyards to deep in the woods, wild animals are all around us in Clark County. Discover them with our fun opportunities! Learn how to spot them in nature, or go a step further and become a citizen scientist!

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