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The Tri-Cities go-to resource for a sustainable and eco-friendly future!



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Find events and activities throughout the year on the Go Green Tri-Cities Calendar.

For more events check our Community/Outdoors Recreation pages

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Community Projects

 WSU Master Gardeners To Build More Food Gardens- “Grow Your Food” program
Deadline to submit proposal to be a garden sponsor (provide the land and water, etc.) Aug. 31



What is Go Green Tri-Cities?

Go Green Tri-Cities is a volunteer organization under the direction of the local non-profit, Sustainable Energy and Environmental Network. It's goal is to educate the public on local environmental issues and highlight green businesses, organizations, resources, and events in the Tri-Cities, WA. It is maintained by a group of like-minded volunteers and is supported by both financial and in-kind contributions made by businesses and organizations in our community.

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Summer Youth Bus Passes

 Ben Franklin Transit is selling summer youth passes for $25 which are good for unlimited boardings during June, July, and August. They are available to youth up to 18 years of age or through high school. New this year: Try the new River Runner! A seasonal route with hourly trips through Columbia Park from June through August. The Youth Passes are available online or at several grocery stores.  https://www.bft.org/summer


Summer is for Yard Sales! Be Green and buy used- not new.

A good source for yard sales and other used items is Craigslist: https://kpr.craigslist.org and

our Green Pages Directory: http://gogreentricities.org/index.php/green-directory/second-hand-stores


 Let's talk about Reduce/Reuse/Recycle!

Reduce the amount of garbage you put out this month. Ways to Reduce waste.

Reuse: Repair, repurpose, trade, and/or buy with reuse in mind, and  BYOB (bring your own bag) when you shop. Donate used clothing to thrift stores, and buy used whenever possible. When remodeling considering purchasing from or donationating to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 309 Wellsian Way, Richland. Call 943-5555. They accept Items like furniture, appliances, cabinets, lighting, carpet, and building materials.

Recycling Resources

Richland Recycling Info

Kennewick Recycling Info

Pasco Recycling Info

Franklin County Solid Waste

Benton County 2517 Van Giesen St, Richland