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Events for Thursday, October 8, 2020
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Solar United Neighbors has hosted state congresses throughout the country. Now, we're excited to bring together solar experts and supporters from across the nation for the first National Solar Congress. Virtual sessions will cover topics including how to go solar and what to do once you have solar, how to advocate for solar policies, theFind out more »
“This fall, the County's Residential Energy Program has partnered with local Senior Centers to celebrate "Active Aging Week". This is a collaborative effort with MCDEP and the county senior centers to celebrate the change in season and reduce energy use in the home. Montgomery Energy Connection will be partnering with various senior centers to provideFind out more »
In celebration of Energy Awareness Month, October 2020, Montgomery Energy Connection will be hosting several 15 in Fifteen Trivia Games in partnership with the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection. What is 15 in Fifteen Trivia? It is fifteen questions in 15 minutes (about energy/other topics) in a fun, fast paced trivia game to getFind out more »
Join us for a special virtual green drinks to learn about our exciting, innovative green projects and, most importantly, how you can join the team. Just because we are virtual doesn't mean we can't network and enjoy good food and drink. There will be special offerings from local eateries and breweries. Registrants are encouraged to purchase a mealFind out more »
Did you know... That many of the founders of the conservation movement were explicitly racist and linked white supremacy to their goals of preserving nature? That the racist origins of the movement persist in implicit narratives, mythologies, and values that we don't even realize are part of environmentalism today? That while all people and culturesFind out more »