Green Neighbors Program

The Clark County Green Neighbors Program is coordinated by Clark County Public Health’s Solid Waste and Environmental Outreach to assist citizens with developing more sustainable lifestyles and building a strong environmental community in Clark County. Solid waste regional planning and programs are a cooperative effort of Battle Ground, Camas, Clark County, La Center, Ridgefield, Vancouver, Washougal, and Yacolt.

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Don’t miss the 2024 Natural Garden Tour

This year the Clark County Green Neighbors is organizing a FREE self-guided tour on Sunday, June 23rd, of the most vibrant and exquisite natural gardens in the county. These gardens thrive without the use of synthetic chemicals and include a wide variety of natural features and innovative gardening techniques.

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2023 Recap

Garden hosts and Master Gardener volunteers welcomed over 2,700 vistors on Sunday, July 16, at eight gardens in Clark County! Participants admired a variety of native and non-native plants and learned about pesticides reduction, composting, lawn alternatives, and many other techniques that help us live in harmony with nature.

Why Garden Naturally?

Common synthetic chemicals kill many insects beneficial to the health of your garden and they compromise the garden’s ability to fight pests. By learning natural gardening techniques, you can minimize the use of chemicals to control diseases and pests. By reducing or removing these chemicals from our management practices, we help to keep a healthy environment for pets and children, while also protecting local wildlife and water sources.

Garden Hosts

Have a natural garden you want on the tour? Let us know! To participate, residents should practice environmentally friendly gardening techniques and willing to offer public tours of their yards and gardens. Contact Green Neighbors at with your interest in hosting.


2024 Natural Garden Tour Booklet

2023 Virtual Natural Garden Tour

2023 Natural Garden Tour Booklet /  2023 Mobile-Friendly Booklet 

2022 Natural Garden Tour Booklet

2021 Virtual Natural Garden Tour Video Playlist

2020 Virtual Natural Garden Tour Video Playlist

2019 Natural Garden Tour Booklet

2018 Natural Garden Tour Guide / Mobile-Friendly Guide

2017 Natural Garden Tour Booklet

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