We inspire young people to take part in environmental stewardship through academics and engagement with the forests, lakes, and wildlife of Lowenwood.
Since 2008, we have been serving the renewable energy industry in a number of ways. We have long standing relationships with, and access to, a wealth of experienced engineers, builders, architects, electricians, plumbers, and other construction professionals to facilitate the unique demands of every project.
The Order was founded in 1985 with the intention of providing contemplative monastic life and witness as a leaven of spiritual renewal in the Episcopal Church. Our life in community is grounded in daily Eucharist and the Divine Office.
In our 26th year, RENEW Wisconsin continues to advance renewable energy policies for Wisconsin through advocacy, education, and collaborative initiatives.
We both love having large families, but we struggled with the amount of waste that was created, especially with single use plastic wraps and bags. So we decided to do something about it, and began making our own reusable beeswax food wraps – a food storage technique that dates back to ancient Egypt. Our first eight-hour day of work resulted in six small wraps, a kitchen covered in wax, and a ruined iron and ironing board. However, we were dedicated to solving the problem of making wraps that worked well and would be good for our kids and the environment. We spent many months of experimentation with different ingredients and methods until we found the recipe that would become our Beejou wraps.
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.
Dunn Energy Cooperative (DEC) is a member-owned, not-for-profit electric cooperative in Menomonie, Wisconsin. We were established by members in 1937 to bring electricity to rural families, farms, and businesses.
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.
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.
Indian Hills Community College changes lives by inspiring learning, diversity, social enrichment, and regional economic advancement.
The Iowa Solar Energy Trade Association (ISETA) is a professional organization dedicated to excellence in safety, quality of workmanship and technical standards for the benefit of the photovoltaic industry and its clients in Iowa.
Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN) builds strong and healthy neighborhoods in the City of Milwaukee by stabilizing and revitalizing the Silver City, Burnham Park and Layton Park communities. These south side neighborhoods are some of Milwaukee’s most diverse and economically vibrant.
The Legacy Solar Co-op is a Wisconsin member cooperative that strives to reduce wasteful and polluting energy practices so we may improve the economic and ecologic conditions for generations to come.
Make a difference, learn from the best. Gain skills by taking individual classes, earn a certificate or associate degree in Sustainable Food & Agriculture, Solar Energy Technology, and Energy Management.
Recycling Connections focuses on education and programming with a broader message that includes waste reduction and composting. The organization also works with other municipalities, organizations, and state agencies on a wide variety of solid waste management related projects.
Save Our Unique Lands (SOUL) of Wisconsin is a non-profit grassroots organization whose mission is to promote efficient and responsible management of electrical power for the public good. We believe in protecting the natural, social, and economic environments for the citizens of Wisconsin.
The UW Environmental Resource Center’s mission is to empower individuals and communities to make conscious, well-informed decisions about their environments and the social processes involved in caring for them.
The Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education (WCEE) provides leadership and resources to advance education for sustainable human and natural communities.
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