When the news blew up about the new solar tariff I was bummed, and nervous. This doesn’t seem great for the solar industry, but how will it actually impact me and my neighbors?
The forum itself was a project of 26 different environmental and other groups including Conservation Minnesota, and was focused on what the candidates trying to be the 41st Governor of Minnesota thought about a host of environmental issues.
An app that shows you maps of trails, gives hike reviews, difficulty rating, star ratings – and my favorite… GPS coordinates of the actual trailhead. A great resource for people looking for places to walk, hike, bike, run, ski – you name it.
Energy efficiency is the cheapest energy. And, for those living on the margins, a little change can make a big difference.
But what really interested me in going to the Holiday Party, in addition to getting a chance to meet folks in Bloomington interested in conservation issues, was the dedication of the chapter’s new solar power array located on the roof of the chapter house.
At Conservation Minnesota, we value our partnerships. Whether it’s with a local organization or a large nonprofit, we all need to work together to protect Minnesota’s Great Outdoors.
Holiday lights can be a huge pain – but keeping them out of the landfill doesn’t have to be. Check out this post to learn how recycling your holiday lights is easy in Minnesota!
The Water Main is new focus area from Public Radio that intends to, “make sense of the central and complex role that water plays in our lives– from our economy to our well being, mood and even our cultural and spiritual identities.”
Through their hard work and dedication to the health of their community, just last month, the City Council has approved Environment and Sustainability Task Force operations for the next two years.