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NEWS AND EVENTS 

TVCR seeks executive director

After three years leading Teton Valley Community Recycling's efforts to educate about, advocate for, and promote waste reduction, reuse, and recycling, executive director Tanya Anderson is moving on to a full-time position at Teton Science Schools. TVCR is accepting applications for a part-time executive director, 10-15 hours per week. Candidates should have at least a Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field, experience working for nonprofits in a leadership position, and the ability to fundraise, plan events, lead education and outreach programs, and work with stakeholders including private businesses, elected officials, and city and county employees. See our Employment page for more information. 

Trash Talks

TVCR sincerely thanks the panelists and audience who attended our panel discussion, "The Future of Waste and Recycling", on November 18th. The discussion was stimulating, and many attendees agreed that they would like to continue the conversation. TVCR is providing an opportunity for a roundtable discussion for anyone interested in "talking trash" on Tuesday, December 16th, at 6 pm at the Chamber of Commerce in Driggs. 

The Future of Waste and Recycling Panel Discussion

Low waste holiday tips

Did you know that Americans nearly double their waste right after the holidays? For tips on how to reduce your waste this holiday season, visit our blog to learn guilt-free gifting, eco-wrapping, recycling holiday lights, recycling holiday waste, and New Year's resolutions that last.

TVCR featured in the 1% for the Tetons Video Blitz!

TVCR was one of the featured nonprofits in the 2014 1% for the Tetons Video Blitz. Amateur filmmakers "Elucid" created this fantastic video about recycling in Teton Valley. We love the fact that this video used "recycled" clips from the past to tell the story of recycling.

 

Or click the link below to access the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9me_aKSQtt8

Recycle. In Teton Valley, you can drop off recyclables at the transfer station in Driggs, or you can pay for curbside pickup service through RAD Recycling. If you take your recycling to other counties, such as Jackson, WY, there are some differences in what they accept. Check their websites for more information.

Please note that the Teton County, Idaho transfer station is now on summer hours for recycling drop off. They are open to the public on Tuesdays from 8-3, Thursdays from 11-6, and Saturdays from 8-1.

Support businesses that support recycling! TVCR would like to thank the following businesses who provide sustaining resources for waste reduction in Teton Valley.