May
17
Tue
Nebraska’s Energy Future community conversation @ Cox Activities Center Theater at Northeast Community College
May 17 @ 5:30 pm

 

Are you interested in renewable energy and energy efficiency? In Nebraska’s energy future? Join us for a community conversation on Tuesday May 17th, hosted by the Norfolk Daily News. The event offers an opportunity to hear from panelists Pat Pope of Nebraska Public Power District, Jeff Sylvester of Black Hills Energy and David Bracht of the Nebraska Energy Office, and to have a discussion with your community.

Nebraska’s Energy Future community conversation

Tuesday, May 17th @ 5:30 pm

Northeast Community College

Cox Activities Center Theater

801 E. Benjamin Ave.

Norfolk,  NE  68702

If you plan to attend or have any questions, let us know by contacting me at laurenk@cfra.org or 402-687-2100 ext 1032.

Hope to see you there!

Lauren

Aug
3
Wed
Environmental Expo at Homestead National Monument of America @ Homestead Heritage Center
Aug 3 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Big Red Worms and Nebraska Farmers Union will have an info table. Come say hi!

Homestead National Monument of America is planning a FREE outdoor Environmental Expo for the evening of Wednesday, August 3 from 6 – 9 p.m. We would like you to join us! The event will take place at the Homestead Heritage Center located 4 miles west of Beatrice on Nebraska Highway 4.

Homestead National Monument of America is a site committed to being on the cutting edge in using innovative technology, renewable, economical and environmentally friendly energy resources, and sustainable practices. It is committed to becoming a leading force in our community in the area of environmental compliance, pollution prevention and continuous improvement and education.

The staff at Homestead National Monument of America is excited about making a positive impact on energy consumption, preservation of resources, sharing results through practical application and producing a lasting legacy of improvement for all. If you have any questions, please contact Claire Lampo at 402-223-3514.