About: Julie Drennen
- When it comes to East Metro Regional Managers, Julie is easily our finest. Sure, there may be lack of competition for the role as she is the only east regional manager, but we are lucky to have her all the same. While she was born in Ohio, Julie grew up in Lino Lakes, Minnesota. She earned a Political Science degree from the University of Minnesota Morris.
Posts by Julie Drennen
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 2007 Next Generation Energy Act spring-boarded Minnesota’s clean energy and jobs economy. Let’s make the same economic success happen in 2018!
Why is it important to take care of the leaves on your lawn, and what can you do about them? Check out this latest post for insight and suggestions on yard leaf management.
The Metro Clean Energy Resource Team has release a Request for Proposals for clean energy or energy conservation projects. Take a look at what projects have benefitted from Seed funding in the past!
Faced with less than three weeks to make Stillwater’s iconic Lumberjack Days Festival be low-waste, a scrappy Stillwater team finds a way to succeed
Thanks to Washington County funding and the Stillwater Independent Business Alliance, this community has come up with a very local approach to improving waste management.
Exploring solar panels is an exciting process for homeowners who are able to take the step towards being nearly energy self-reliant, but speaking with a homeowner association for approval can seem complicated and daunting. Check out this post for tips on seeking solar panel approval with an HOA!
The Legacy Amendment is one of Minnesota’s most celebrated and collaborative achievements. However, the value of Legacy funds has come into question this legislative session.
Sometimes it feels like conservation issues are too complex to be communicated clearly. But we all want clean air and water. Read about Community Coordinator Julie Drennen’s experience at an atypical conservation event in Shoreview.
Our rain events in Minnesota have been getting more intense. How will our cities respond to these changes to keep us safe from overflowing lakes and flooded roads?