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Sustainability Events

  1. MESBA Economic Development, Government & Education Roundtable

    November 14, 2018, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM @ Monona Community Center

    EDGER is the Monona East Side Business Alliance's Economic Development, Government & Education Roundtable. Find out about new developments, economic development opportunities and behind the scenes information at this informal and lively discussion where you’ll have immediate access to high ranking government officials, school district leaders, community and business leaders all in one room. Coffee and refreshments are available. Updates are given from the following individuals: • Mayor of Monona, Mary O’Connor • City of Monona Community Development Authority Chair, Tom Stolper • City of Monona Administrator, April Little • City of Monona Economic Development Director, Sonja Kruesel • Monona East Side Business Alliance Executive Director, Kristie Schilling • Monona Grove School District Superintendent, Dan Olson • Dane County Board Supervisor, Robin Schmidt • State Representative Jimmy Anderson • Senator Mark Miller

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  2. Solar Energy for Business Seminar

    November 14, 2018, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Tri-North Builders Inc

    Now is the time for Wisconsin business owners to invest in solar energy. The payback has never been quicker—solar prices have fallen 75%! Join us for this free seminar to hear case studies with real ROI data and learn how you can implement solar energy into your new development or existing facility. ABOUT THE SEMINAR: The presentation will last approximately 45 minutes. Our speakers will discuss: - Why solar is making such a big comeback - The City of Madison’s solar program - Case studies with real data on ROI and other benefits - Why you should consider implementing solar into your project - How you can implement solar into your project A discussion period and social time with drinks and snacks will follow. Come learn why this renewable energy is so hot! TICKETS Tickets are FREE. Please register in advance as there are limited seats at this exclusive seminar.

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  3. Bike Friendly Community Open House

    November 26, 2018, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Fitchburg Public Library

    This open house is intended to help familiarize municipal planners and elected officials on the Bike Friendly Community application and our work in supporting communities to submit an application in 2019. Please join us (and invite your favorite elected official) to learn more about the Bicycle Friendly Community Initiative in Dane County and strategies to become more friendly for all bikers. Open to all and refreshments will be provided.

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  4. Eco-Action Tuesday

    November 27, 2018, 6:30 PM - 7:45 PM @ Monona Public Library: Forum Room

    DIY Worm Bin Workshop: Let Worms Turn Your Kitchen Scraps Into Fertilizer! Come to our Worm Bin Workshop! Joanne Tooley, owner of Earth Stew will introduce us to vermiculture. By following up with her information you will have fertilizer for your outdoor gardens and house plants all-year-round. Attendees will create a starter worm bin to take home, complete with worms, bedding and worm food. There will be free refreshments and a door prize. Seating is limited so sign up soon! Adults and teens welcome. Sponsored by MGE and Willy Street Co-op. Event Type(s): Adults, Teens Penny DePaola (608) 222-6127

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