Project Conserve
Click here to read more about Project Conserve. by Joni Astrup Associate editor Stacy Parker had her children in mind when she jumped on the Project Conserve bandwagon. “I’m not a tree hugger at all. I’m a modern-day mom just wanting to make small steps for my children,” said Parker, an Elk ...Read More
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Click here to read about some of the people who participated in Project Conserve II.   by Tom Sagstetter  Special to the Star News Project Conserve is a program through the city of Elk River and Elk River Municipal Utilities (ERMU) that focuses on educating to reduce waste and help save energy...Read More
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Thinking about enrolling in Elk River’s Project Conserve?  Applications will be accepted through Friday, Oct. 7. To enroll call Elk River City Hall at 763-635-1000 and ask for Rebecca Haug, environmental administrator. Project Conserve teaches people how to conserve electricity, water, heating fu...Read More
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Thinking about enrolling in Elk River’s Project Conserve? Applications will be accepted through Friday, Oct. 7. To enroll call Elk River City Hall at 763-635-1000 and ask for Rebecca Haug, environmental administrator. Project Conserve teaches people how to conserve electricity, water, heating fuel...Read More
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People interested in participating in Phase III of Elk River’s Project Conserve have until Sept. 15 to sign up. About 150 have signed up so far. Project Conserve is a free program designed help people conserve water, reduce heating fuel use, save electricity, produce less garbage and decrease gaso...Read More
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by Joni Astrup Associate editor When Ross Pomeroy was a kid, he used the money he made from recycling pop cans to pay for his Lego sets. Years later, Pomeroy’s interest in recycling and other “green” activities has launched him on a career path. Pomeroy has spent the last year serving the city...Read More
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by Joni Astrup Associate editor The Elk River City Council has voted 4-1 to proceed with the third phase of the award-winning Project Conserve program. The first two rounds have been teaching homeowners simple ways to conserve energy, produce less garbage and reduce their heating, electrical and wat...Read More
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