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Energy Corps member Michael Daniel explains how to build a Biochar Retort Kiln. He presents the benefits to using biochar as a soil amendment in a garden as well as various materials you can obtain on a budget.

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Bike to Work Day 2015

Read about Elyse’s event filled month of May: May is Bike Month! As part of Bike Month, Billings TrailNet is partnering with several local organizations including the city planning department, the transit agency, the health department, and one of the Continue reading →

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Earth Week in Missoula

Read about Caroline’s uplifting Earth Week events: My excitement leading up to Earth Day over the recent weeks was tempered with a few recent work related setbacks. The community climate initiative that I’ve been working very closely with, Climate Smart Continue reading →


Earth Week in Fayetteville

Read about Kate’s environmental Christmas in April: My older brother was in Fayetteville last weekend. While we had lunch, he asked me how my service was going. Suddenly, he got a big grin on his face and exclaimed, “OH! Earth Day Continue reading →

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Earth Week Connections

Read about Darcy’s spring service activities:   Spring has finally sprung, here in the Garden City! Despite, or perhaps because, a mild winter, I have been more than ready for spring and everything it brings…sunshine, flowers, warm weather and most Continue reading →

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Big Creek’s Big Move Towards Energy Conservation

Read about new member Brian Dao’s outlook on his new service project: For the next six months Big Creek Outdoor Education Center will be my home. This camp sits next to Big Creek, which feeds directly into the North Fork Continue reading →

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