April 22 - December 31, 2020

WC Community Team - everyone welcome

Washington County EcoChallenge event

The WC Community Team is for anyone that would like to participate in the Ecochallenge, but doesn't already have a team. We are here to learn about topics that sound interesting, encourage each other with our goals and sharing successes, challenges, tips and tricks and cool ideas for making the world a better place a little at a time.

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  • June 2 at 11:48 AM
    Good afternoon! Although the Washington County Ecochallenge event is over, you can still use the Ecochallenge platform to keep working on your actions and learning about new topics. Washington County will likely start up the Ecochallenge again next year, so if you'd like to remain on this team, but no longer want to receive notifications or...
  • May 29 at 1:47 PM
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  • May 27 at 11:39 AM
    In social media, we let women and girls know about their rights. We give them the authority to raise their voice and defend their rights. Today most of women are violated. There are girls who want to go to school but they prevented. We must destroy these believes that the man and woman has not the equal right.
  • May 15 at 9:56 AM
    I will post my idea on Facebook and then people will responding me. Through this, I will find the concern of people about the topic.
  • May 11 at 3:53 PM
     C is for cookie. C is also for clamshell. I know plastic  clamshell packages don't go in the recycle bin. But before I put in the garbage can, i get another use out if it. Mini greenhouses for seeds.   clamshell2eggcartons2.jpg 67.57 KB
  • May 11 at 3:41 PM
    This weekend I gave away 3 power supply units that a friend left at my house. As much as I like being surrounded by junk, I knew these had to go and would be of use somewhere else. I didn't want them to be treated like scrap though - they still worked! So I posted them on Facebook Marketplace for free and was able to get them to people that...

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