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2019 Sustainability Events and SEEDS Meetings

Wed. February 13 – SEEDS Board Meeting 5:30 p.m. Cooperage

Thur. March 28 – SEEDS of Spring Gathering 5:30 p.m. Cooperage

Wed. April 10 – SEEDS Board Meeting 5:30 p.m. – Cooperage

Sat. April 27th – 2019 NEPA Green Fair and 5k Race for Clean Air – Nay Aug Park in Scranton

Thurs. May 2 – Swapapalooza! SEEDS Annual FUNdraiser

Wed. May 8 – SEEDS Board Meeting 5:30 p.m. – Cooperage

Wed. June 12 – SEEDS Board Meeting 5:30 p.m. – Cooperage

Tues. and Wed. June 18 & 19 – DIY Solar Workshop



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Join with friends—old and new—as we celebrate the growth of SEEDS and the organization’s entrance into its second decade of promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable living! Celebrate the outstanding work of former Executive Director, Jocelyn Cramer and meet our new Executive Director, Sandy Long. Gather at the Wallenpaupack Brewing Company at 73 Welwood Avenue (Route 6) Hawley, PA. Support and learn about this premiere local business while mingling with fellow supporters of sustainability. $10 at the door. Appetizers […]

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Are you interested in using clean, renewable solar energy but are uncomfortable with the idea of putting solar panels on your rooftop? Maybe you have no issues with solar panels, but your rooftop is not positioned well to get the full benefits of solar power. Perhaps you rent your home and can’t legally put solar panels on your roof. There are many reasons why rooftop solar doesn’t work for everyone. In fact, the US Department of Energy estimates that nearly […]

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Volunteer teams from Growing Older Together (GOT) and Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support (SEEDS) have completed a joint project of energy-efficiency upgrades for local senior citizens who are members of GOT. The effort has earned national attention via the Village to Village Network ( Volunteers replaced incandescent and CFL lightbulbs with free LEDs for the most frequently used light fixtures in participating members’ homes. They installed 600 free LED bulbs and recycled the old bulbs in an environmentally safe […]

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