EnviroWoodland News

Tip of the Month

Your home’s temperature should change with the seasons.

If it’s too hot and muggy outside, set your thermostat to 78 degrees when you're home and 85 degrees when you're away. When it starts getting cooler, set your thermostat to 68 degrees while you are home and 55 degrees at night or while you are away. 

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Free Recycling Bins

City of Woodland Environmental Services is offering free recycling bins to Woodland residents! You can receive up to two recycling bins Monday through Friday from 8am to 3pm at the City of Woodland Municipal Service Center located at 655 N. Pioneer Avenue.

Correction: Kitchen food scrap pails are permanently out of stock.

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Propane Cylinder Exchange Event

Yolo County residents can receive a FREE reusable 1 lb. propane cylinder when they bring an empty single-use 1 lb. propane cylinder to the Yolo County Propane Cylinder Exchange event! Limit one per household, while supplies last.
When: Saturday, September 21, 2019, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Where: Yolo County Landfill, 44090 County Road 28H, Woodland
When purchasing a single-use 1 lb. propane cylinder, 80% of the cost is for the package. Reusable cylinders can be refilled hundreds of times for up to 10 years, which means less waste!  For more information about reusable 1 lb. propane cylinders and to find local refill locations, visit ReFuelYourFun.org.

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Plants for Pollinators Workshop

Fall is the best time of year to plant perennials, trees, and shrubs. Including plants for pollinators in your garden is a great way to provide food and habitat for bees, butterflies, birds, and other pollinating animals. At this free workshop, you’ll hear from Bee City USA – Woodland experts as they review the basics of a good habitat garden followed by plant recommendations. For more information about the event, click here.  
When: Monday, September 16, 2019, 6:30 – 8:00 PM
Where: Woodland Public Library, Leake Room, 250 First Street, Woodland
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Woodland Schools Go Green

Woodland Joint Unified School District (WJUSD) is taking one giant step closer towards zero waste by rolling out organics recycling programs in schools this year! Students can now reduce even more waste by separating their leftover food, milk cartons, and compostable trays from the trash and placing them into organics recycling bins to be composted instead of ending up in the landfill. WJUSD rolled out the new organics program at Beamer, Tafoya, Dingle, Plainfield and Spring Lake Elementary schools on the first day of school and is working on expanding the organics program to the remaining schools by the end of the year.
City of Woodland Environmental Services and Waste Management have partnered with WJUSD to provide free recycling and organics recycling bins, outreach material, environmental school performances, and assistance to students to help sort their food and waste at lunch.

Interested in reducing your outdoor water use
with a water-wise yard?

Woodland residents will have the opportunity to hear from garden experts and receive assistance in creating a custom design for their front yard. Be the first to hear about our fall landscape workshops by following EnviroWoodland on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. 

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