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To conserve resources for the future by encouraging and facilitating       

sustainable living practices in our community.

The Sustainable Living Center (SLC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which was created to inform and educate our community about the benefits of resource conservation.  Through education, outreach and partnerships, the SLC works to promote awareness of, and facilitate sustainable living practices.

Please Note:

Here is an update on what the SLC and our programs are doing to minimize the potential impacts of


  • New updates as of 3/25/2020.  Our CEEP team is working remotely.  For the time being we are not offering home energy audits and will be accepting new Community Energy Efficiency Program participants to a waiting list. Please call us at (509)524-5218, leave a message and we will contact you. Please be patient as we are checking voice mails twice a day and will get back to you as soon as possible. 

  • Per Governor Inslee's 'Stay Home, Stay Healthy' mandate, Builders ReSupply is closed for a minimum of two weeks starting 3/25/2020.  The store voicemail will be monitored once per week.  You can reach the BRS team via e-mail at builders@slcww.org

  • Currently scheduled workshops and events, as well as Farm to School programming in school gardens is on hold.  We are exploring other ways to provide content and will keep you updated.

  • Our $mart Business Partners program will continue outreach and support via e-mail and by phone.

We realize these decisions impact you and we are truly sorry for any inconvenience, but our primary goal is to ensure the health and well-being of our staff, our customers and our community.  Please stay well and reach out via phone (509)524-5218, e-mail info@slcww.org or via Facebook - @slcwallawalla.  Thanks for your continued support!


CEEP Customers click on the button above to upload your documents to the drop box!

Ask us about an exclusive and limited quantity REBATE on solar installations for your home or business in the Walla Walla Valley.  Up to $3,000 benefit.  Funding offered by a private donor through our Community Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP). Call our office for more details and how to get started. (509)524-5218

Phone: 509.524.5218 Our Team is Working Remotely: Please leave a message 

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