Friday, April 17, 2015

Master Composter/Recycler Spring Workshops

Lasagna Gardening Workshop, free
April 18th

Family Wormshop, $35 per family
May 30th or June 20th

Backyard Composting Workshop, free
April 23rd or May 9th

Registration required, details here.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Seniors and Law Enforcement Together (SALT)

Clark County Senior Citizens, this is just for you!  We encourage you to know about SALT! Seniors and Law Enforcement Together is a partnership between our Senior community members and our local Law Enforcement. 
Meetings are free and open to senior citizens. 
The SALT newsletter is an excellent source of information, including how to better protect yourself from scams and other useful tips.  Here's the latest edition of the SALT newsletter.
To receive the free monthly S.A.L.T. Times Newsletter, call 397-2211 ext. 3380 or send an e-mail to:
For other formats: Clark County ADA Office, Voice (360) 397-2000, Relay (800) 833-6384, E-mail

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Weeds: Identify & Report Noxious Weeds...there's an app for that!

"Non-native invasive species can greatly alter our natural areas, impact wildlife, destroy crops, and even threaten our health and the health of pets and livestock.

Early detection is key to stopping the spread of noxious and invasive species. By reporting sightings of invasive plants we can better assess the extent of infestations and remove them before they spread and become a bigger problem."

See the flyer for more information.  Free app download directly here.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Recycling Done Right

Heads Up:  You may see people out and about looking at curb-side recycling as a part of a single-family recycling cart education project.  Teams of two people will be looking at your recycling bin, they will have County ID and driving a clearly marked Clark County vehicle.  Here's more info about this effort.  This project started yesterday and will continue for about four weeks.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Our Neighborhood Map

"Neighbors throughout the nation have come together to shape the areas in which they live. By forming neighborhood associations, citizens work in partnership with their local governments to maintain or enhance the livability of their communities." *Source Clark County Public Information and Outreach
Sifton Neighborhood Association, active and recognized by Clark County.  All Clark County Neighborhoods can be found on the Clark County Neighborhood Association Directory
Sifton Neighborhood is also an active participant in the Neighborhood Association Council of Clark County (NACCC), a group of County Neighborhood Association Leaders.

Earth Day Celebration

Family Eco-Fair Celebration for Earth Day.  Saturday, April 18, 2015 from 10am-2pm at Salmon Creek Regional Park (near Klineline Pond).  All activities are free.