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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.


My supervisor, Kristi, using active transportation on one of Billings' bike lanes

It Doesn’t Just Matter What You Say-It Matters How You Say It

This was the central topic of conversation in a recent meeting I had. As biking, walking, and transportation advocates, we were meeting to plan our upcoming month long challenge meeting encouraging biking, walking, and busing in Billings. Originally, this month Continue reading →

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“Seeing How the Sausage is Made”

Read about Caroline’s description of energy tracking importance; When I was interviewing for my position with the City of Missoula, my supervisor was very clear that part of my term of service would consist of the not quite thrilling duties Continue reading →

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Recycling Education Comes Easily… with Hard Work

Blame it on my field of study during college or maybe on my upbringing, but recycling has always come easy to me.  In fact, it pains me when I look down and realize that my yogurt container is a #6 Continue reading →

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Growing a Network

You can never have too many friends, especially as a bicycle coordinator. The nature of this position requires a network of connections in order to make meaningful accomplishments. Fayetteville is a smallish city and the cycling scene is growing but Continue reading →

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The year I fell in love with furoshiki

Read about Kris’s holiday adventure into sustainable giftwrap and zero waste: According to the EPA, from Thanksgiving to New Years Day, Americans throw away 25% more waste into the landfill. Left over tofurky, reindeer wrapping paper, shiny red bows and Continue reading →

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