This popular course consists of eight weeknight classes and two Saturday field trips. Instruction includes topics such as thoughtful consumption, recycling markets and processes, hazardous household products, composting, green building and deconstruction. The course is a blend of presentations by professionals in the field, peer group discussion, volunteer training and project development.
Registration for the April/May 2015 Clackamas County course is open until March 5. The course will also be offered in Washington County in September/October 2015 and Multnomah County in January/February 2016.
Participants agree to attend all classes and field trips. After completing the course, graduates agree to volunteer 30 hours of public outreach. It's what makes the Master Recycler Program so special: participants put their skills to work by helping others learn the three Rs: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Master Recyclers staff information booths at community events, provide presentations, and work on personal projects. They also work to inspire their own neighbors and co-workers.
Attendance at all classes and tours and an agreement to complete the 30 volunteer hours is required to be considered for the Master Recycler Certification.
DATE: Eight consecutive Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. April 1 through May 20, 2015 and two Saturdays 8 am - 2 pm. April 18 and May 9, 2015
LOCATION: 150 Beavercreek rd Oregon City, OR.
COST: $50. Scholarships are available.
TO APPLY: Deadline is extended to March 19 at noon. This is a popular course. To ensure a positive learning experience and adequate support for volunteers, class size is limited to 30 people. Applications will all be received up to the deadline and then 30 people will be select on a weighted lottery. All applicants will receive notification of their status in the class and next steps.
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