It was exciting. It was inspiring. It was hosted on a landfill. The Wewoka Biogas Project dedication ceremony, which took place on Friday, October 21, proved that expectations are often false and community can be found in surprising places.
Have you ever been to a dairy farm? Do you know how some farms are reducing their carbon emissions? On Thursday, October 13, we hosted an event for Project Supporters of the Northeast Farm Separation Project. NativeEnergy’s business clients learned everything from how cows are milked to how equipment installed by this project will reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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.
In continuing our blog series with each of our charter supporters of the Greensburg Wind Farm, our seventh blog is with Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. This time, we meet Andrea Asch, manager of natural resource use.
Check out what Paul Comey of GMCR has to say about the Greensburg Wind Farm and his trip out to Greensburg, Kansas. With GMCR as our leading Charter Supporter, Paul joined NativeEnergy at the Greensburg Wind Farm groundbreaking ceremony on October 23, 2009.