Water + Energy Progress Awards identify and highlight innovations in agriculture that save water, energy and money. Using examples from Kansas farms and ranches, we will discuss how incorporating renewable energy sources offers more flexibility, provides long-term money savings, and multiplies environmental benefits. Supporting renewable energy yields many rewards for individuals, communities and the environment.
Rachel Myslivy is a program director for the Climate + Energy Project, where she heads up the Water + Energy Progress initiative. Water + Energy Progress Awards identify and celebrate individuals who are successfully innovating to save water and energy.
Dorothy Barnett is the executive director for the Climate + Energy Project, a regional nonprofit seeking to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in America's heartland through the ambitious deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energy, in policy and practice.
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