Zero Waste Classes

Are you worried about plastic pollution clogging up our world? Wondering if recycling really helps, or what more we can even do? The best place to start reducing waste is at home–your greatest sphere of influence–and take it one room at a time. And zero waste classes can help!

zero waste workshop

Zero waste classes discuss how to:

1.) Reduce what we contribute to landfill
2.) Recycle less but better
3.) Compost more (even without a bin!) and
4.) Narrow your focus, with specific resources and positive support.

Zero waste is a target to aim for that helps you assess your individual situation, not a rigid ideal that should scare people away from making change–no matter how big or small. It all counts.

In addition to making positive change for the planet, there are many PERSONAL benefits to “going zero waste,” from health improvements to savings in time and money.

Current zero-waste classes are offered in person but will be available online sometime in 2020! For updates and zero waste tips, follow me here or on Instagram @vintagegreenreview.

New 2020 Class Offerings

  • Classes are held monthly on the first Saturday, from 11am – 1pm, starting Feb. 2020. (*with the exception of May, which will be on the third Saturday instead, due to Jazzfest)
  • Individual classes are $15.
  • Each class is different so feel free to attend any or all of them!
  • Coffee & light refreshments provided (vegan & GF options also)
  • Advance registration is required. A minimum of 5 participants is needed for each class to run. Refunds will be issued if there aren’t enough signups by 11am the day prior.
  • Classes are held at the Launchpad Coworking Space at 400 Poydras St., Suite 900. There are several metered parking spaces on Magazine & Poydras Streets (as well as free spaces a few blocks further in either direction) and bike racks out front.

For class descriptions & tickets, click the links below



Zero Waste for Beginners

Feb. 1, 2020


Reduce Your Kitchen Waste: Package-Free, Bulk, and Recycling

March 7, 2020

Zero Waste, Minimalism, and Marie Kondo: Shopping & Spring Cleaning

April 4, 2020

Zero Waste Travel

May 16, 2020