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Below is wide range of business and organizations working to provide information and services related to renewable energy.
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For those people who raise their own animals for meat and/or dairy products, there is the issue of feeding those livestock, summer, spring, fall and winter. It is especially for winter that one needs to plan ahead and hopefully store enough hay to last until spring.
If you want to contemplate fossil fuel use by a tractor in cutting, raking, and baling hay, then you might be inclined to manually cut your own hay. Yeah, it's labor intensive, but you will have much more control over the finished product.
On December 21, 2012, I made an accidental, but startling, discovery as a result of initiating the installation of a small starter system for solar power. A brief chronology is below.
November 25, 2012
Last week, it was reported that Missouri Democratic Governor Jay Nixon and Missouri Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill were “disappointed” that an Ameren UE /DOE plan to build nifty modular nuclear power plants was killed.
NOTE: The following letter was penned by our very own Tom Kruzen, who for various reasons is unable at present to post to this forum. Because the letter is worthy of re-publication, and this is as good a forum as any, here it is:
January 26, 2012
(EDITOR's NOTE: The following is submitted for Tom Kruzen who is currently experiencing login problems.)
THOUGHTS ON THE ATOMIC AGE
05/12/2010 - 10:00
05/12/2010 - 14:30
Are you a rural small business owner, dairy producer or an individual involved in sustainable agriculture or energy? If so, you may want to sign up to attend this one-time workshop hosted by the National Center for Appropriate Technology to learn more about the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) program.
Burning Biomass to Produce Electricity: Folly and Tomfoolery
My friend, Denny Haldeman, a longstanding Heartwood member, over a decade ago warned that biomass burning was an issue that had not yet come to fruition but to keep a look out for it. He took the lead on this; many others have recently joined him in opposing the biomass juggernaut heading for all of our lungs.
04/18/2009 - 09:00
10/11/2009 - 06:00
The Evergreen Institute's Center for Renewable Energy and Green Building has published its Workshop Schedule for 2009. Here it is:
06/27/2008 - 08:49
06/29/2008 - 08:49
Register now for the Surviving Climate Change roundtable in St. Louis. Only $4 – but it goes up after May 15! Please send the information to anyone you know who might be interested.
*Surviving Climate Change: Producing Less and Enjoying it More*
The effects of climate change, peak oil and toxic production are here. We know it every time we see news of weather disasters and disappearing species. We feel it every time we buy gas. We hear it every time a child uses an asthma inhaler.