Join High Country Conservation Center for these events
HC3 invites you to a free public screening of film THE HUMAN ELEMENT.
© 2016 James Balog/Earth Vision Institute
Would you like your restaurant or commercial kitchen to become more environmentally friendly or more involved in your community? Restaurant composting is a great solution! Join High Country Conservation Center, Town of Breckenridge, and your peers to learn how to collect food waste for composting, discover hauler service options, and get the tools you need to start a composting program in your kitchen. We encourage not just restaurants, but also hotels and any business with a commercial kitchen to attend this free educational workshop.
Join us on November 21st from 8:45 am-10 am at the Breckenridge Council Chambers for coffee and donuts, and to learn how composting can reduce your environmental impact, potentially save you money on trash disposal, and offer you a new way to connect with the people in your community!
Please email Jessie at email@example.com by November 19 to RSVP. We look forward to seeing you there!
Questions? Call us at 970-668-5703
If you want to be a part of the biggest party of the year in support of the CAIC then sign up to volunteer at the 12th Annual CAIC Benefit Bash presented by the Friends of the CAIC.
Volunteer as a Zero Waste Warrior and help reduce the amount of waste going to the landfill through recycling and composting efforts.
Each volunteer will receive free entry into the event, a “Waste Warrior” volunteer t-shirt, and dinner catered at the event. Volunteers will also be able to participate in the gear giveaways and can dance the night away to the great 80’s music from The Goonies.
For more info and to sign up click the button below.
Are you interested in conservation and making a difference in your community?
Become a Zero Waste Ambassador with High Country Conservation!
Join HC3 and your neighbors to learn more about how to sort recyclables, where our recycling goes, and how you can make a positive impact in our beautiful mountain community. In this intro session, you’ll learn what happens to our recycling and test your knowledge of what’s recyclable locally. You can help others to be up to date with recycling in our area and become an advocate for making Summit County waste free!
Zero Waste Ambassadors are in-the-know recycling experts who share their knowledge with family, friends and neighbors. Ambassadors also help us understand common questions or confusion residents may have about recycling. You’ll get first dibs on our most-fun recycling projects and you’ll help our community become leaders in zero waste. It’s a small time commitment and it’s an easy way to do what you do best – care!
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 5th.
Please dress for the possibility of being outdoors – as time and temperature allows, we may walk over to the recycling drop-off center.