School & Community Assistance for Recycling and Composting Education
SCARCE is an award-winning environmental education non-profit dedicated to creating sustainable communities. We accomplish this through innovative and hands-on education programs for schools and organizations, demonstrating care for our natural resources through our Book Rescue, and engaging the broader public through community-wide events and programs.
For over 25 years SCARCE has been implementing change to foster a more sustainable future. Find out how we can make an impact together.
SCARCE is committed to finding a way to keep “stuff” out of a landfill by finding a way to reuse or recycle as much as we can!
SCARCE works to keep things out of the landfill and
get them to people near and far that can use them.
S2 Episode 20 – Your Old Bike’s New Home: An interview with Dave Gorman of Working Bikes
May 26 2020
S2 Episode 19 – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: RESTORE! Interview with Jim Fessler of ReStore
May 20 2020
Scarcely Used Book & Record Sale CANCELED
Canceled: SCARCE is closed to align with recommendations to slow the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak. More info. Open… read more
Wheaton Native Plant Sale CANCELED
This event has been canceled in the interest of public health and safety. New Date! The City of… read more
Walker School Recycling Extravaganza CANCELED
In the interest of public health and safety, this event has been canceled. General Info Recycling Extravaganzas are… read more
Heather has been with SCARCE since 1998. She holds a communications degree from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Heather has been educating children of all ages on food scrap composting, water quality, and recycling best practices for 20 years. She has led countless waste audits in schools, businesses, and other organizations. She currently serves as our Rescue Project Coordinator, compost expert, and Green Your Gig Events Coordinator.
© 2020 SCARCE. Revolutionized by Revo Wired.
Together, we can help more people discover how easy it can be to make a meaningful difference for our kids, for our environment, for our future…and often for all three at once.