Give your books a second life!

Book Exchange on Thursday July 1st 2021, at the Snohomish Farmer’s Market

The annual Green Snohomish Book Exchange is one of our most popular community building events, but to make it success we need your book donations. Please drop off any unused books, games, or puzzles at the following locations in the city of Snohomish, prior to July 1st:

Front porch at
324 Avenue F
near the High School

Front porch at
514 Rainier Ave
just off Centennial Trail

Green Snohomish booth
at the
June 17th Farmer’s Market

See you at the Market!

Green Snohomish

Green Snohomish meets to learn and share ways to make our world community a better place.

We acknowledge the original inhabitants of this place, the Sdohobsh people and their successors the Tulalip Tribes, who since time immemorial have hunted, fished, gathered, and taken care of these lands.

We respect their sovereignty, their right to self-determination, and we honor their sacred spiritual connection with the land and water.

Protect

All forms of life are important.

Preserve

Ours is a finite Earth.

Connect

Strong communities are more resilient.

Snohomish Tree Tour

Celebrate Autumn with a guided walking tour of the beautiful City of Snohomish heritage trees through the Historic District!

Learn more about the Snohomish Tree Tour.

Recycling

Find Snohomish and northern King County recycling and disposal options for waste like styrofoam, plastic bags, paint, and more.

Learn more about recycling and disposal resources.

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Which bank do you use?The Rain Forest Action Network released its annual Banking on Climate Change report, which showed that in the last 5 years, the 60 largest banks in the world (13 of which are US and Canadian) have given fossil fuels $3.8 trillion. JPMorgan Chase led the way donating $317 billion since 2016. We vote with our dollars.www.ran.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Banking-on-Climate-Chaos-2021.pdf See MoreSee Less
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It is finally a statewide law starting October 1, 2021! Bring Your Own Bag!Just announced: SB5323, prohibiting thin film single use plastic bags at grocery and retail stores in Washington, will take effect October 1st, 2021! Start getting in the routine now, and remember to Bring Your Own Bags when you shop 🙂 You can read more by following the link in our bio! See MoreSee Less
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