We would love to help your waste reduction idea get off the ground with a $500-$2000 grant award to businesses, organizations, or individuals.
We’ve seen such an increase in single-use disposables since the start of the pandemic and we want to help you or your organization change that:
Do you have your copy of the Rethink Waste Guide for Deschutes County? It has the tools and resources you need to help reduce your waste and rethink your relationship with stuff. Learn about composting, using nontoxic alternatives, and buying local. And take steps toward a community-driven goal: reduce, reuse, recycle, and rethink.
“Rethink Waste” traducido al español significa reconsiderar los desechos. La guía Rethink Waste le ayudará a hacerlo. En ella encontrará las herramientas y los recursos que necesita para ayudar a reducir desechos y reconsiderar su relación con las cosas. Aprenda sobre el compostaje, uso de alternativas no tóxicas, hacer compras locales. Tome los pasos que lo dirijan hacia un objetivo comunitario: reducir, reutilizar, reciclar y reconsiderar.
When you’re living with roommates, you probably don’t get the option to store your food like this food storage guide suggests. In my house, we have five people and one refrigerator. Each person gets their one shelf and sometimes the fridge is so packed it’s difficult to keep tabs on your food and not let […]Read More
Holidays happen all the time. So does gift giving. These tips are great for the great, grand holiday season we tend to celebrate in December each year, but they also work for thinking about gift giving year round. Birthdays, for example? Single-Use Wrapping Paper Alternatives Reuse your paper! One local family has been reusing wrapping […]Read More