Our unique Local Food Share initiative and Community Roots Gathering Garden program encourages sustainable food practices, reduction of our carbon footprint and secures healthy meals for local low-income families.
KEA hosts free bi-monthly educational forums, Lunch & Learn’s, where experts can inform the public on local, regional and national environmental issues.
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Today marks the close of comments on the draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Tesoro-Savage oil terminal in Vancouver, WA. The Stand Up To Oil campaign will deliver a record-breaking 276,296 comments to Washington’s [...]
During the 2015 growing season more than 34 Community Roots Volunteers were involved in recovering 4,200 lbs. of locally grown fruits and vegetables from gardeners and small farmers using bicycles. The recovered food [...]
“A national park will not save the area. Rather, the restrictions and red tape that come with federal control would inhibit growth. Survival requires economic development, but a national park will limit our [...]
The climate is changing here in the Inland Northwest and scientists say that the conditions we experienced in 2015 will be an “average year” by 2040. In November, more than 400 regional scientists [...]
For years there has been a growing movement throughout the Pacific Northwest to oppose dirty, dangerous fossil fuel projects — from coal export to oil-by-rail terminals. Tesoro-Savage has proposed a huge new oil terminal in [...]
If you’re determined to join the mission of protecting the environment, solar is a good move for you and your family. There are more perks to implementing solar than there have ever been before. If [...]