SEEDS Announces DIY Solar Tour on September 10, 2022

July 3, 2022

WAYNE COUNTY – SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support) is pleased to announce the return of its DIY Solar Tour on Saturday, September 10, 2022 from 9 AM to 3 PM. 

There will be four stops on the tour starting in Wayne County’s Damascus Township and ending in Dyberry Township. Participants drive their own vehicles to the sites, but upon registration, participants can opt in to energy-saving carpooling opportunities.

Each stop on the tour is an example of a do-it-yourself solar installation, a mix of roof and ground-mount systems. Discussion at each location will cover various aspects of installing a solar system, from financials and paperwork to the mechanics of installation.

“One of the things I like about this tour is that participants will get to meet people who took steps to learn how to put up their own solar systems, thanks to our SEEDS DIY Solar Workshops,” says SEEDS Chair Katharine Dodge. “They will share their experiences as well as a broad range of helpful information. So, whether you are interested in installing solar yourself or through a contractor, this is a great way to gain an understanding of the process.”

This tour is limited to 30 participants, so SEEDS urges anyone interested to not delay in signing up. A detailed itinerary will be sent after sign-up.  To register, visit

The tour is free, but donations to SEEDS are always welcome. A mid-morning coffee break and a 1:00 PM picnic lunch will be provided. 

SEEDS offers free solar assessments to its members who live within the region. It offers this service to help homeowners avoid bad decisions and unscrupulous solar installers. To inquire about a solar assessment, email 

SEEDS is a nonprofit environmental education organization based in Honesdale, promoting renewable energy and sustainable living in Northeastern Pennsylvania and the Upper Delaware region. Its goals include improving the health of our environment and local economy through energy efficiency and sustainability practices, such as energy conservation, healthy local food, and recycling. For more information about SEEDS, visit