We inspire young people to take part in environmental stewardship through academics and engagement with the forests, lakes, and wildlife of Lowenwood.
Our mission is to shape and drive realistic, visionary energy policies that benefit all. Together we are working toward a vision for an economy we thrive in and energy that ensures our well-being.
In our 26th year, RENEW Wisconsin continues to advance renewable energy policies for Wisconsin through advocacy, education, and collaborative initiatives.
We are a climate change action group focused on environmental and social justice. Our approach to solving these issues is by educating and empowering students, reaching out to community members, and getting out on the scene!
The mission of the Center for Sustainable Community (CSC) is to provide educational experiences and demonstration projects that make ethical and wise uses of both human and natural resources.
The Cook County Local Energy Project (CCLEP, “see-klep”) was formed in April 2008 as a citizens group to coordinate a local response to the worldwide transition away from fossil fuel-based energy sources.
Our company continually educates customers on basic septic system maintenance and how to avoid costly repairs and potentially unsafe septic failures.
The Ecology Action Center (EAC) is a not-for-profit environmental agency with a mission to inspire and assist residents of McLean County, Illinois in creating, strengthening, and preserving a healthy environment. The EAC acts as a central resource for environmental education, information, outreach, and technical assistance in McLean County.
We design and implement programs that lower costs, protect the environment, and ensure the benefits of energy-efficiency and renewable energies are reaching those who need them most.
Escuela Verde cultivates a community that is participatory, just, sustainable, and peaceful. We are a public charter school that admits students who strive in our project-based learning environment.
We value and serve our students and communities from Kenosha County, Racine County, and Walworth County through a nationally recognized, innovative approach to career and technical education.
Indian Hills Community College changes lives by inspiring learning, diversity, social enrichment, and regional economic advancement.
The Linda and Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice, and Sustainability is dedicated to socially progressive change, community partnership, sustainability, and ecological justice.
Madison College is a national leader having offered coursework and academic certificates in renewable energy for over 15 years. The college’s Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education (CREATE) is funded by the National Science Foundation to advance the field of renewable energy by supporting two-year college renewable energy programs nationwide. Madison College is currently constructing a 1.4 MW solar photovoltaic system that will be the largest rooftop solar installation in the State of Wisconsin.
Mid-State Technical College serves the diverse and ever-changing educational needs of central Wisconsin communities.
Midwest Permaculture provides permaculture design services, teaches immersive permaculture design courses, and leads workshops and training courses in an effort to leave the planet in better condition than we found it.
Founded in 1912, NWTC is a nationally-ranked, two-year public college where students prepare for high-tech careers and begin their bachelor’s degrees.
Northwestern Michigan is a community college offering a wide variety of construction technology, renewable energy, and engineering technology courses, as well as general education.
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