Environmental Stewardship

Our firm takes its responsibility as an environmental steward seriously. From donating used building materials to recycling unwanted tech gear, we do everything we can to reduce our environmental impact and preserve our beautiful Northwest surroundings for generations to come. Below, find ways in which we help to protect our environment.

Bend Building
Little Tree
Bend Office Building Renovations

From the molding on the doors to the screws in the walls, our contractors carefully dismantled the old building and donated as many building materials as possible to Habitat for Humanity.

Clackamas River Clean-Up

Attorney Tate Justesen participates in the annual Down the River Clean-Up to help haul trash out of the Clackamas River.

Deschutes Land Trust

Attorney Kenneth Goodin volunteers for The Deschutes Land Trust by clearing invasive plants, and planting native species on land owned by the trust.

Free Geek

Our IT department donates all of our used tech gear, including computers, monitors, printers, etc., to the nonprofit Free Geek.

Kitchen Initiatives

SK&H has received a lot of attention for our in-house chef, but few are aware of the steps we take to reduce our kitchen's environmental impact. Our kitchen recycles and composts to reduce the amount of waste going into the landfill, and we buy locally whenever possible, to reduce the carbon footprint of our meals. Compost and coffee grounds get turned into rich soil for the garden beds at our Vancouver office.


All of our offices try to eliminate the amount of waste sent to landfills. We separate our paper into shredding and recycling, and we also recycle glass, metal, cardboard and plastic.

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