Zero Waste Lifestyle
Co-op Principle #8: Concern for Ecosystems
We value the Earth’s living systems, beings, and resources. We are committed to minimizing our impact on them and to supporting their regeneration.
The Sno-Isle Food Co-op is proud to partner with local zero waste expert Siobhan McComb to present three sessions of her life-changing workshop Your Zero Waste Home this spring in the Co-op Classroom!
Your Zero Waste Home will help you produce less waste not just at home. You'll learn tips and tricks to help reduce the amount of garbage you produce anywhere you go, while living a healthier, more satisfying life. Adapting a zero waste lifestyle is rewarding and economical if you do it right. Come learn how! Following the class will be a short tour of the Co-op.
The workshop is $10 per person and is sure to fill up quickly, so follow the registration link to reserve your spot in one of our three sessions TODAY!
Zero-Waste Consultant & Sustainability Educator | oneglassjar.com
Siobhan McComb has been practicing zero-waste principles for the past decade and strives for a plastic-free lifestyle. Siobhan is inspired by the way things used to be before the disposable, single-use culture of today. She believes that sustainability begins at home and our purchasing decisions have far-reaching impacts on the health of our planet. She is the owner of One Glass Jar, a zero-waste in-home consultancy and lifestyle blog. Siobhan teaches community sustainable living classes. She has spoken at Amazon- Sustainability department, 21 Acres Farm, City of Bothell’s "Sustainamania" fair and The Recology Stores and King County WCC Americorps Program to name a few. She was also delighted to give guided zero-waste shopping tours at Sno-Isle Food Co-op and Port Townsend Co-op. Siobhan was interviewed by The Washington Post for a Holiday Zero Waste article in December 2018. To add to all of that, she is sole proprietor of Siobhan Cosmetics, an organic, natural and sustainably-packaged cosmetics line.