December 2018 Community News

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December 2018 Community News2018-12-21T20:34:15+00:00
Fishing for a CSR Project?

Fishing for a CSR Project?

When the Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association plans a service project during their Annual Meeting, they don’t forget the fun! On the banks of the Boise River, billed as the “Fishing Tournament and Riverbank Cleanup”, participants were divided into teams and scored on trash weight as well as the quantity and size of the trout that were reeled in. No fish were harmed during this event as it was catch and release, but photo documentation was required to win an award. Those who fish know better than to use the honor system!

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New Years Resolutions - Greening Your Events

New Year’s Resolutions 2019 – Greening Events

There’s never been a better time to get started on greening your events. A new year is on the horizon, events are being reinvented to be more experiential, new events are starting up and hope is in the air. So, what’s stopping you? Like any good resolution, the hardest part is getting started, so let us give you some ideas.

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Sustainable Menus

Sustainable Menus

The choice of food and beverage can have a big impact on an event’s environmental footprint. This infographic, “Ingredients of a Sustainable Menu” is broken down into seven categories which are easy and impactful ideas for everything from conferences to holiday parties!

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