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Green Drinks

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Thursday, Febuary 16, 5:30-7pm
Norman Williams Public Library, Woodstock

Green-Drinks-2 The Sustainable Woodstock Energy Action Group is working to make our community carbon neutral. Last year we facilitated the installation of 18 solar installations in our area and connected dozens of community members with incentive programs for weatherization upgrades. Fossil fuel consumption is the driving force behind climate change which is why we are committed to taking action on this very important issue of energy. Join us for a discussion and learn ways to take action in reducing your carbon footprint, as well as participate in initiatives that make our communities carbon neutral! Refreshments provided!

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14th Feb 2017
Reflections on our shared earth
Flickr Creative Commons image by Kate Ter Harr

The Art of Thinking “Little”

By Elle O’Casey The earth is what we all have in common – Wendell Berry In today’s political climate, the proliferation of jaw-dropping news and polarizing dialogue seems to be...

Making Renewable a Reality

By Elle O’Casey We will finish our series looking at renewable heating options featuring a conversation with Li Ling Young, senior resident energy consultant for Efficiency Vermont. Join us as...

02nd Feb 2017
scraps

What Can You Do With Your Food Scraps?

By Jennifer Dembinski With the 2017 Superbowl coming up this weekend, many of us are hosting gatherings and preparing a Superbowl-sized feast for friend. After the parties end, there will...

Keep The Home Fires Burning

By Elle O’Casey Supporters of the buy local movement will find a lot to love about biomass energy for residential and commercial heating. The US Department of Energy recently found...

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