The City of Arvada hosts a recycling event for cooking oil the Saturday after Thanksgiving. This recycling opportunity helps individuals and families dispose of their waste fryer oil without sending hundreds of gallons of used cooking oil into landfills and municipal sewer systems throughout our region.
For the last 25 years the City of Arvada and Peck elementary have teamed up to plant trees for Arbor Day.
"Eco Diary" explores the environment in Arvada. In this segment, Arvada author Kathleen Cain makes a case for the cottonwood tree.
It's all the buzz in communities across the country! Community supported agriculture, or CSA, is a growing trend that focuses on local farms that serve local people.
IN THIS SEGMENT WE LEARN WHAT A "HOME ENERGY AUDIT" IS ALL ABOUT AND HOW SOME GRANT MONEY MAY BE AVAILABLE TO HOMEOWNERS WHO MAKE GREEN UPGRADES.
In this edition of "Eco Diary'" see how the City of Arvada installed solar panels atop City hall to conserve energy.
Ever wonder what those black fences are around a construction site? This segment talks about BMP's, Best Management Practices and what the city requires of contractors when on a job site in the City of Arvada.
See what it takes to move a number of city employees to a temporary location while the building they work in gets a new face lift.
Just like the popular "Crime Scene Investigators" show on TV, these young "Winter Scene Investigators" use clues to learn about animals living around Majestic View Nature Center in Arvada.
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