Across America, wind turbines are spinning, landfill gas is combusting, and manure digesters are, well, turning manure into energy. We are grateful that you have helped build nearly 50 projects that are now reducing CO2 pollution and supplying the nation’s electric grid!
On Friday, May 27, 20 Housatonic Valley Regional High School students emerged from a tan bus, gripping clipboards and questionnaires. By a brook that winds through the fields, dusted with pink and white flowers, farmer Bob Jacquier welcomed them to Laurelbrook Farm.
It’s hard to believe that 10 years ago at this time, NativeEnergy was just beginning to gain momentum.
On Wednesday, October 20, Owen Glubiak, Joel Boucher, and I left Burlington two hours before dawn—armed with brochures, cameras, and caffeine. We were on our way to an event showcasing the Laurelbrook Farm Compost Project that NativeEnergy customers helped build.
The Laurelbrook Farm Compost Project construction was completed in July, thanks to the promise of upfront revenues from NativeEnergy’s Help BuildTM carbon offset sales.