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Guest Blog: Stonyfield Farm

Lisa Drake, natural resources director for Stonyfield Farm, is the fifth guest blog interview in our series highlighting the Charter Supporters for NativeEnergy’s latest, and largest, offset project: the Greensburg Wind Farm.

Read More | Jan 4, 2010 |

Guest Interview: AVEDA

Our fourth in the series of blog interviews with NativeEnergy’s Charter Supporters of the Greensburg Wind Farm is with Chuck Bennett, vice president, earth & community care, from Aveda, manufacturer of professional plant-based beauty products.

Read More | Dec 1, 2009 |

Turbines are erected at the Greensburg Wind Farm

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Just about a month after the groundbreaking ceremony in Greensburg, Kansas, turbines are being erected in the field where the Greensburg Wind Farm is located. A total of five turbines are currently standing where soon a total of ten will be built.

Read More | Dec 1, 2009 |

Project Update: Greensburg Groundbreaking

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On Friday, October 23, 2009, NativeEnergy broke ground on its largest ever carbon offset project: the Greensburg Wind Farm. Three of us from NativeEnergy attended, along with two of the eight Charter Supporters for the Greensburg Wind Farm: Paul Comey of Green Mountain Coffee and Evan Miller of Aveda. This unique experience allowed some of us who have been helping build this project from afar to come up close and touch the turbines (even sign one of the blades!).

Read More | Oct 30, 2009 |

Guest Interview: Clean Air – Cool Planet

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The second in our series of guest interviews with the Charter Supporters for the Greensburg Wind Farm is with Bob Sheppard of Clean Air – Cool Planet. Clean Air – Cool Planet has a vision: a world where global warming is not a problem. According to Bob Sheppard, the chief operating officer of the 501c(3) non-profit partner of NativeEnergy, they are in the business of solving the global warming problem by engaging large institutions.

Read More | Oct 22, 2009 |