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Dec 13th  5:30- SEEDS Board Meeting in our office – 2nd floor of The Cooperage – 1030 Main St. Honesdale

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Local Honesdale business interviewed about the importance of energy efficiency! Congrats Allaina K. Propst and Here & Now Brewing Company ... See MoreSee Less

"If a legislator truly believes that small business is a prolific part of the economy, then I would say that #Act129 is incredibly important." Here & Now Brewing Company's Allaina Propst, small business owner, talks #EnergyEfficiency & job creation: keealliance.org/act-129/

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SEEDS Active in Statewide Energy Development Planning SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support) of Northeastern PA is proud to be a stakeholder in Finding Pennsylvania’s Solar Future, the 30-month planning process led by the Department of Environmental Protection to identify best approaches to increase solar energy development in the commonwealth. SEEDS is one of the only participants from Northeastern PA. SEEDS volunteer board members Jack Barnett and David Ford, along with executive director Jocelyn Cramer, attended the all-day kick […]

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Did you know? Conservation districts represent a unique effort to preserve and ensure the sustainability of Pennsylvania’s natural resources. They are located in 66 counties throughout the commonwealth and offer a variety of programs that unite farmers, municipal officials, homeowners, teachers, students, and others, in the common goal of restoring and conserving precious natural resources. Conservation districts seek to address a number of environmental issues defined in statute, including control and prevention of soil erosion, flood control, maintenance of dams […]

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Join Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC)  for a conversation on the various pathways for decarbonizing Pennsylvania’s electricity sector, and the costs and benefits associated with each. Internationally recognized speakers join local leaders and decision-makers in a thoughtful conversation. Panel topics include nuclear power, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and carbon capture and storage.

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