New England Farm Energy Collaborative Summer Gathering

By |2017-08-24T17:45:00-04:00July 12th, 2017|Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Farm Energy, Green for Business, Local green power, Renewable Energy, Sustainability|

By Megan Denardo and Renee Stearns, Program Specialists The anaerobic digestor at Barstow’s Longview Farm in South Hadley turns farm waste like manure into energy the farm can use. On June 27th, members of New England Farm Energy Collaborative (NEFEC) met for their annual gathering. Those in attendance included representatives from the Massachusetts

Press Release: New Federal Funding to Help MFEP

By |2017-01-10T17:08:51-05:00January 6th, 2017|Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Farm Energy, Green for Business, Press Release, Renewable Energy|

Primary Contact: Lorenzo Macaluso 413.218.1543 | Lorenzo.macaluso@cetonline.orgcreate new email Secondary Contact: Emily Susan Gaylord, Marketing Manager 413.687.2132 (cell) | emily.gaylord@cetonline.orgcreate new email   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New federal funding to help Mass. farms save energy and reduce operating costs USDA funds support existing state and public utility funding through the Mass. Farm Energy Program   Farms and rural small

Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources Awards Energy Efficiency Grants

By |2016-12-16T15:52:30-05:00December 16th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, Farm Energy, Green for Business, Renewable Energy|

By Aliza Heeren, Marketing (High Performance Homes) Fellow Earlier this month, the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR) awarded 28 grants to help farmers install renewable energy and energy efficiency projects through both the Agricultural Energy Grant and the Special Projects Grant. The Massachusetts Farm Energy Program (MFEP), which is administered by the Center for

Flat Rock Farm

By |2016-11-16T21:17:55-05:00November 16th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Farm Energy, Go Green, Green for Business, Sustainability|

By Megan Denardo, Program Specialist       Highland cattle bull drinking from an energy efficient waterer at Flat Rock Farm in Chesterfield. Photo by Ben Coe. The beautiful Highland cattle that roam through the Berkshire terrain of Flat Rock Farm spend their lives in a humane and natural habitat. Just last month,

Celebrating 40 Years: Farm Energy

By |2016-09-01T15:03:14-04:00August 31st, 2016|40th Anniversary, Composting, Farm Energy, Green for Business, Local green power, Renewable Energy, Sustainability, Uncategorized, Waste Diversion|

By Kevin Pink, Customer Service & Marketing Assistant It’s getting to be that time of year; across New England, farmer’s markets are in full swing and abundant harvests of cucumbers, tomatoes, and all manner of other summer crops are making their way from farms to our tables along with milk, cheese, and meat. With harvest

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