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Clean energy workshop is Wednesday

Clean Energy Economy for the Region, the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, the town of Carbondale, and the Carbondale Environment Board will hold a community workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Carbondale Branch Library.

The workshop, first in a series of three, will focus on Carbondale’s clean-energy progress and creating a clean energy vision for the future.

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“Carbondale is trying to lead the way in terms of clean energy in the Roaring Fork Valley,” said Mayor Stacey Bernot. “This will be an important meeting for the community.”

Carbondale residents are invited and they’re invited to bring their neighbors, their friends and their ideas for how the community can answer these questions.

Visit http://www.cleanenergy2020.com or call 970-704-9200 for more information.

Water forum set for March 31

Roaring Fork Conservancy will hold a forum about the Colorado Water Plan and Roaring Fork Watershed Water Efficiency planning from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on March 31 at the Third Street Center in Carbondale.

Light snacks will be provided, and there will be chances to win door prizes. For more information, visit http://www.roaringfork.org or call 970-927-1290.


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