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Plan ahead and purchase tickets early to save on admission to this year's Energy Fair, June 17-19 in scenic Custer, WI. (Or sign up to be a volunter or member and get in free!) If you're interested in camping, make sure to reserve space at the MREA Back 40, one mile away from the Fair with a free shuttle running all weekend.
Tickets and pre-registration are also available for our in-depth Extended Workshops that take place during the Fair:
- 2017 NEC Changes for Renewables
- Build You Own Electric Motorcycle
- Cob Art Bench Build
- Energy Storage and Renewable Energy—Is the Technology Right for Your Home or Business?
- Homebrew Wind—Build Your Own Wind Turbine
- Homebrewing101—Brew Your Own Beer
- Wild Food/Wild Medicineets.
Buy your tickets before June 5 to save! TheEnergyFair.org/Tickets
The Pre-Fair Guide is available online and in print! See the guide for a sneak preview of workshops, exhibitors, music, fun activities, and more. Check out the friendly new format this year, highlighting interest categories, such as sustainable living, solar photovoltaics, and farm and garden. View the Guide.
Save the date! Join us Saturday, May 7 for our annual, all-day event as we prepare the grounds for The Energy Fair in scenic Custer, WI.
Typical volunteer tasks include landscaping, clearing brush, office work, and more. Event is 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., rain or shine. Breakfast & lunch provided.
Thank you to our wonderful volunteers. We couldn't achieve so much without you!
Intersted in learning more about incorporating renewable energy into your home or farm? Check out this two aweseme tours happening in May:
Sustainable Homes in Action - 1 Day Home Tour
Start off the day with a lght brunch and learn about the basics of installing solar during one of our Solar Power Hour presentations. Then head off to the countryside and visit with local homeowners who have integrated sustainable practices and renewable energy into their homes. See the line-up and descriptions of the homes and register today.
Powering Your Plate - 2 Day Farm Tour
Join us for a comprehensive tour of six farms, two businesses, and one community incubator that use renewable energy and uphold social and environmental ideaologies and practices in their agriculutural business model. This tour is a partnership between MREA, Farmshed, Golden Sands RC&D, and North Wind Renewable Energy. It is limited to 50 people so sign up today!
Nestled in central Wisconsin, the Stevens Point community has a plethora of sustainable farms, eateries, art, breweries, businesses, art organizations and outdoor fun opportunities. Come explore the area during a series of weekend trips and tours hosted as part of the Point Back to the Land summer event kickoff.
The Point Back to the Land event series offers a variety of eight can’t miss weekend trips focused on unique sustainability practices throughout the Stevens Point area from May 20 to July 2. Tour sustainable homes, farms, and businesses; explore the outdoors; attend festivals and farmers markets; take advantage of deals offered by local eateries, craft breweries, and distillery; and rest up at local Travel Green Wisconsin lodging, including B&B’s, camping, hotels, and more.
Suggested weekend itineraries will guide you on your sustainable weekend journey, making sure you don’t miss any of the exciting features Point has to offer.
Visit www.pointbacktotheland.com to start planning your weekend getaway to this leading sustainable living area in Wisconsin. Point Back to the Land partners with sustainability leaders in the region, Central Rivers Farmshed, the MREA, the University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point, the Stevens Point Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Wisconsin Public Radio.
We're thrilled to announce Wisconsin’s own PHOX will be performing live at The Energy Fair, Saturday, June 18 at 9:00 p.m.!
They just ranked #2 in BuzzFeed‘s (17 underrated bands you need to listen to ASAP) Don’t miss this must see performance at The Energy Fair!
Here’s more about this stellar band: PHOX is from Baraboo, WI, which is a place where kids often drink poisoned groundwater and become endowed mutants. The six best friends who make up the ensemble happen to be blessed with madness, illusions of grandeur, and the inability to do the same thing twice. They also play music.
See the full article here: http://bzfd.it/22L3mVe
GET TICKETS HERE: TheEnergyFair.org/Tickets
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