Everyone knows by this point...April 22, 2014 is Earth Day.
We simply wanted to acknowledge the day and spread the word that every single day is worth protecting the environment. Cooper Jacobs Real Estate makes a daily effort to spend less and save more. We recycle paper and plastic at our Seattle and Portland offices. All the printer cartridges are taken to the proper facilities and disposed of or recycled. We tend to walk instead of drive to the cafe for our cup of coffee courage in the morning. We walk to lunch if we can take a little longer away from the office and relax.
The Cooper Jacobs Real Estate Services Realtors BLOG about community events such as Farmers Markets and Art Gatherings. These gatherings promote walking and buying local merchandise that requires less trucking and traffic. Automobile congestion adds pollution to our environment and drivers get stressed out with the hurry up and wait syndrome often experienced on our roadways. Now hold on a minute you're saying...what's that, you live in the country and
love rural living. I'm jealous!
Just heard on the radio...
14 billion pounds of trash is dumped into our waterways in one year. All I'm asking for is let's be aware and celebrate the safety of our sea creatures. We love our waterfront living and let's be responsible for our rubbish and take with us the items we bring to our beaches and rivers the ponds & streams. Tryon Creek Oregon State Park Natural Area must be on your short list of places to hike in the Portland, Oregon area. One can walk, bike (on designated trails) and there are also equestrian paths to explore. Bring your horse friends. Click on the website I highlighted just a sentence ago there's a link to Tryon Creek.
Thank You for reading and tell us how you participated in Earth Day 2014.
Please let us know if we can assist in your explorations of Oregon
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