Transfer Station Clean Up Day 5/18/2024

Spring clean up day at the Transfer Station in Driggs is this Saturday – May 18, 2024 8am-1pm! email tetonrecycling@gmail.com for more information about volunteering OR just come to the Transfer Station at 8am Saturday morning in addition to the Spring Clean Up, it is REDUCED FEE day! Household garbage and non-household waste – first…

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RAD 2024 Spring Clean Up

There is still time to participate in RAD’s 7th annual Teton Valley Clean Up program (until June 1st!)! Sign up HERE email info@radcurbside.com or call 208.220.7721 with questions RAD provides the community with a convenient opportunity to cleanup roadsides near their homes and public spaces whenever they have time. In addition to having a cleaner…

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Construction & Demolition Sorting Pad

The Teton County transfer station has a new building that will increase our waste diversion efforts. Teton Valley Community Recycling helped the county secure funding for a Construction & Demolition (C&D) sorting pad through an $80,000 grant. The C&D sorting pad at the transfer station in Driggs has been operational since January. The purpose of…

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Reusable Bags Make a Comeback

Reusable bags are making a comeback in Teton Valley! Broulims AND the Valley of the Teton Library are helping the community to use less one time use plastic by incentivizing (Broulims) and providing (Library) reusable bags. To celebrate Earth Day 2024, we want to celebrate Broulims for giving an incentive for consumers to bring their…

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Earth Day 2024

  The Teton Valley Earth Day Fair will be held on Saturday, April 20th from 11am-2pm at the Teton County, ID Fairgrounds. This fun, free, family-friendly event started in 2018 as a collaboration between local nonprofits Mountain Roots Education, Teton Valley Community Recycling, and the Teton Regional Land Trust to bring the community together to…

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Food Waste Prevention Week

By: Jennifer Werlin, University of Idaho Teton County Extension and Teton Food and Farm Coalition, 208-776-8235, jwerlin@uidaho.edu The average household loses upwards of $1,600 annually by throwing away uneaten food, yet 1 in 5 people lack consistent access to nutritious food. Nearly 40% of food in the United Staes goes uneaten, leading to wasted resources…

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Teton County WY Recycling Programs

Did this headline confuse you? Or maybe it was this line: “Despite the convenience of Teton County’s seven recycling locations, ISWR emphasized that capacity can only accommodate those living in the valley.”  Have no fear, Teton Valley, Idaho residents! Residents from Teton County, Idaho are free to use the recycling locations in Teton County, Wyoming.…

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