What would happen if we collectively make less trash? This conversation will explore this question and how it can impact communities in addition to providing simple waste reduction techniques that can be implemented right away.
What would happen if we collectively make less trash? This conversation will explore this question and how it can impact communities in addition to providing simple waste reduction techniques that can be implemented right away. Stephanie (Chatfield) Wall has been pursuing a life with less waste and less stuff since 2010. Join her as she leads a discussion about the zero waste lifestyle movement that has spread worldwide.
Stephanie is the Chief of Staff and a cofounder of Seattle Zero Waste, a local volunteer run community that empowers and inspires people to reduce their waste through meaningful relationships and collaboration. Learn more about Seattle Zero Waste on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Stephanie is married with one son and one daughter. She grew up in Little Falls, MN.
This Zero Waste workshop is at no cost to you. It is taking place via Zoom on February 8th at 7:00 CST. Deadline to register for the workshop is midnight February 6th, click on the button below. You will then receive an email two days before with a reminder and the Zoom link. Help tailor the workshop by filling in questions you may have ahead on time in the space provided on the registration form.
Congratulations to the winners of the donated gifts baskets, LuAnn & Richard Jarvis, Willow & Nathaniel Lawton and Cindy Hagemann & Peter Moore who joined the Purple Carrot Market sometime between Thanksgiving to the end of the year. The baskets were valued at $80 apiece from local business and vendors who are owners of the Purple Carrot Market. Also, congratulations to the anonymous donated gift ownership winner Jennie Czech from Browerville who put her name into the drawing box at Melgrem Jewelers. The ownership is valued at $200. Thank you to all who participated in the Holiday Ownership Promotions.