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Blogs, essays & articles from SJ members

Sustaining Environmental Injuries? We all live downstream. Blogging has turned into a form of crying out into the wilderness, and Sustain Jefferson members are a vocal bunch. Check back frequently for more new entries. If you have something to contribute, please send an email to info@sustainjefferson.org, and we will add your link here!

SJ member Meg Kelly's blog covering activities at her family's High Meadow Farm CSA is always a good read!

Visit SJ member Rob Frost's blog, where you will find some interesting SJ-related entries

SJ member Ben Nelson has posted a great sustainability tip at http://ecorenovator.org/ for conserving water and saving money with only 5 minutes of work!

In its January 2010 issue, TPO - Treatment Plant Operatorô Magazine has published an interview with SJ member Peter Hartz, describing how the Johnson Creek Waterworks is working with local farmers and Sustain Jefferson in finding new uses for biosolids produced at the plant, including use as a fuelstock for gasifiers. Click here to view the article that covers how Hartz and the Community-Supported Energy Group are exploring the possibilities.

Click here to download a short article on Community Supported Agriculture by SJ member Meg Kelly.

Click here to download a new article on Biomass Gasification by SJ's own Robert Frost.

Click here to download a treatise on "Rain Barrels on Steroids" by SJ member Patrick Rowe.

Sustain Jefferson returned to the 2009 MREA Energy Fair in Custer, WI. Visit our Pictures page to view some photos from our booth at the Fair.

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