Papermaking at the Hancock Shaker Village The Center for EcoTechnology is thrilled to partner with Hancock Shaker Village to bring information about energy efficiency and waste reduction to their events and activities! This past Friday we offered upcycling activities for children at the Village’s Free Fun Friday extravaganza. In one activity children repurposed
The Center for EcoTechnology does incredible things every day to help people and businesses save energy and reduce waste. We help businesses and institutions implement programs to divert wasted food, we work with contractors to build homes to exceptional efficiency standards. We work with farmers to help them get funding for energy efficiency and renewable
*For Immediate Release* Contact: John Majercak, Center for EcoTechnology President, 413-586-7350 x228 Peter Hofman Earns Center for EcoTechnology’s Local Environmental Leadership Award Lee Resident Receives 2017 Alan Silverstein and Laura Dubester Award for Community Environmental Leadership 5/18/17 Pittsfield, MA – Peter Hofman, chair of the Town of Lee Greener Gateways Committee,
By Aliza Heeren, Marketing/Green Homes Fellow CET Energy Analyst Jamie Overby training students on how to use a calking gun to insulate windows. This Thursday, our outreach EcoFellows Katie and Lexie headed out to Williamstown for an exciting teaching opportunity in weatherization. Instead of teaching elementary schoolers about recycling, which has been their typical
By Claire Cuozzo, Outreach and Education Fellow This past Sunday, the Center for EcoTechnology participated in Make-It Springfield, a collaborative community revitalization initiative hosted by UMass Amherst and MassDevelopment. With clear blue skies overhead, we teamed up with community members to create a public mosaic mural in an alcove off of Worthington Street in Springfield.