We will be hosting the Bill Holmberg Biomass Blog right here at RTE. Mr. Holmberg is the Biomass Chair Emeritus at the American Council on Renewable Energy. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and will be a great asset for our community. You can learn more about Bill here, and be sure to…

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Maudine Cooper, Jareta Coyle, Gloria Davidson, Jewell and Guido Fenzi, Joan Fletcher, Harriet Fulbright, Renee Gier, Sam Goekjian, Tina Hobson, Carmel and Fred Jordan, Jim LaMare, Johnny Lane, Barbara Lucas, Nana McIntosh, Sarah McMeans, Dail Moore, Robert Murphy, Ellen Overton, Marcie Simon, Jim Ward, Judy Werdel and Bill Wooby.  JANUARY6, 2016 OUR GREEN ROOF TEAM…

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Greetings Earthlings! I was just thinking about two of my favorite things, maple trees in the fall and wild cherry blossom in the spring… Do you remember how in the early spring we saw some of the ‘true color’ of leaves as they came out of their buds and had not yet blushed green with…

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Peter Hilgartner enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1945. After boot camp in Parris Island, he worked his way into the Naval Academy Preparatory School. He passed all examinations and entered the Academy in 1947, graduated as a 2nd Lt. in 1951, and was sent on to the Marine Officer’s Candidate School. After graduation, and…

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Renew the Earth  has the great pleasure of being involved in the presentation of the 1st Annual Col. Pete Hilgartner Community Service Award.  This award was created in the name of Pete Hilgartner to honor his long, distinguished and outstanding service to country and community and to recognize and encourage a Young Marine who has…

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Greetings Earthlings! You may be wondering by now if I have a particular ‘method’ behind how I choose what to write to you about. Well, I don’t. The way I see it everything in nature interacts and changes and doesn’t begin in any particular place so I am not writing about things in any kind…

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Greetings Earthlings!  I would like to give you something to think about. At some point in our Human Family Time there was a thought that surfaced that went something like this, “ When a baby is born its fists are closed, because that is where it is holding its gifts.  As it grows older it…

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Greetings Earthlings! I’m seeing GREEN! Winter was coming to an end in the North east of the United States when I arrived last week. All the trees and shrubs were shades of brown and grey except the plants we call ‘evergreen’. The sun shown on the fine branch tips and they flashed in the wind…

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