January Lunch Program Listings
1/07 Turning Agricultural Waste into Paper
1/14 Cultivating Community Solutions to the Housing Crisis
1/21
1/28
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Service Above Self
“Former Port Townsend Paper Executives, Bruce McComas & John Begley tell the story of Columbia Pulp, a new facility built in Eastern Washington which converts 240,000 tons of waste straw every year into market grade pulp and bio-polymers for various industrial enduses.. Located in Lyons Ferry on the Snake River, the $250 million operation employs over 100 people and is making a game changing economic impact in Eastern Washington.
Did you know Jefferson County is the third most unaffordable county in Washington? The Housing Solutions Network needs YOU to get involved! Join a focused conversation about the serious lack of workforce housing that impacts our city and county, and discuss how we can each make a difference working together. The Housing Solutions Network is an independent group of housing advocates and concerned community members Open to all, free of charge.
January Lunch Program Listings
© All rights reserved - Site design & Admin. by English Specialty Arts
Service Above Self
1/14 Cultivating Community Solutions to the Housing Crisis
1/21
1/28
Did you know Jefferson County is the third most unaffordable county in Washington? The Housing Solutions Network needs YOU to get involved! Join a focused conversation about the serious lack of workforce housing that impacts our city and county, and discuss how we can each make a difference working together. The Housing Solutions Network is an independent group of housing advocates and concerned community members Open to all, free of charge.
1/07 Turning Agricultural Waste into Paper
“Former Port Townsend Paper Executives, Bruce McComas & John Begley tell the story of Columbia Pulp, a new facility built in Eastern Washington which converts 240,000 tons of waste straw every year into market grade pulp and bio-polymers for various industrial enduses.. Located in Lyons Ferry on the Snake River, the $250 million operation employs over 100 people and is making a game changing economic impact in Eastern Washington.
January Lunch Program Listings
© All rights reserved - Site design & Admin. by English Specialty Arts
Service Above Self
1/14 Cultivating Community Solutions to the Housing Crisis
1/21
1/28
1/07 Turning Agricultural Waste into Paper