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Flood 2012: Share your story

Do you have a story to share about last week’s flood? Its impact? The recovery efforts you’ve engaged in? Share it.

Ecolibrium3 just launched an interactive mapping tool for community members to share stories, videos and photos. Check it out, and share your experience at flood2012.com.

Help create a Community Energy Classroom in Lincoln Park

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvuD8FDlwsM

The Duluth Energy Efficiency Program has entered the Green Awards, a program that recognizes individuals making a giant difference in communities across the country with $25,000 to further the work of their organizations.  25 percent of the award selection is based upon public online voting occurring from March 12-27.   If awarded to DEEP, the proceeds would be utilized for development of a community energy classroom in Lincoln Park.

In the meantime… DEEP is offering rebates of up to $3,150 for Duluth households for energy home improvements.  More info is available at duluthenergy.org.