TagsAndrea Vandenboer award BC biodegradable board of directors business Canada Canmore celebrate Columbia Basin Trust compostable consulting council discussion documentary Earth Day Ellen Kinsel film Hills Garlic Festival meeting Megan Myles music festivals Nelson outreach Plastic-bag free plastic-bag free business plastic bag presentation public QuestU Rachael Roussin recommendations recycling reduce reusable bags Revelstoke Rossland Squamish strategic plan Tracey Saxby Trail Tyler Bradley volunteer volunteers waste reduction
Monthly Archives: April 2008
As part of Earth Day, Greener Footprints has joined forces with LUSH to starve the Bag Monster and ban the plastic bag. LUSH collected petition signatures in support of banning plastic bags in all 39 stores across Canada.
The West Kootenay Eco-Society presented six environmental awards Saturday evening at their Annual Awards Gala held in Nelson. Co-founder, Tracey Saxby, won the award in the “Resource Recovery” category. Kathy Moore and Alynn McKenzie accepted the honor on Tracey’s behalf. … Continue reading
We love Earth Day so much that we’ve decided to create carbon copies of ourselves so we can be in two places at once! Squamish: Nexen Beach from 12pm – 4pm Trail: Gyro Park from 10am – 4 pm
Tracey and Canmore retailer, Pamela Currie, presented to over 50 local Canmore residents about why Canmore should go plastic-bag free. If you’d like to get involved in this initiative in Canmore, please contact Pamela at the Silver Spoon on (403) … Continue reading