Clayton couple works to reduce wedding season waste

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by BRIANA BERMENSOLO & KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on August 28, 2013 at 4:36 PM

Updated Wednesday, Aug 28 at 7:41 PM

CLAYTON, Wash.-- Wedding season impacts families but it can also impact the environment for years to come.

The average wedding creates 400 pounds of garbage according to GreenBridgeGuide.com, and now a local couple is working to help reduce wedding season waste.

Sean and Shannon Siemen created 500 Weddings at Mont Lamm Farms in Clayton. The coupled described to as an endeavor to host permaculture weddings by reducing your carbon footprint on that special day.

The couple said their vision is to have guests eat dinner from produce grown on their sprawling landscape or food from local farmers.

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