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Keeping Our Climate Cool with Alternative Transportation Options
Thu, October 20, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Presenters Laurie Lebowsky, Clark County Planner, and Jim Neiman, high school sustainable science teacher and biodiesel production manager, will educate you about currently available transportation options that can save you money while improving our environmental quality. Laurie will discuss the Metro/Intertwine vision to increase cycling in the area along with expanding mass transit to provide cyclists with greater convenience for commuting. Jim and several of his high school students will demonstrate their mobile biodiesel production unit and discuss the process and why biodiesel is considered a green alternative.
The workshop takes place at Columbia Springs Environmental Education Center, 12208 SE Evergreen Hwy., Vancouver, WA (Swift Classroom in center of historic trout hatchery incubation building)
For more details contact Columbia Springs at (360) 882-0936 x225 or firstname.lastname@example.org
These workshop are a part of the “Growing Our Green Future” series presented by Columbia Springs in cooperation with our community partners, and generously funded by a grant from the Carolyn Foundation.