HELP RENEW THE EARTH by Middle Wisconsin Editorial Staff

Here’s is your chance to help renew the earth. Attend the 26th Annual Energy Fair 2015 June 19-21, Friday – Sunday in Custer, Wisconsin.

You can learn about renewable energy as well as network with people already living a sustainable lifestyle.

Over 15,000 people will attend this grand event in beautiful central Wisconsin. They come from all walks of life and have one Shades2thing in common: love and concern for renewing our earth.

Buses will come from Madison and Milwaukee. A shuttle bus runs every 15 minutes from Stevens Point to Custer.

In this weekend, you have over 200 choices of workshops. These are taught by experts in their field. Here is a sampling of courses: Small Wind turbine Design (also called Brew Wind), Living off Grid, Gardening, Biofuel, Herbal First Aid and Bringing Batteries into Renewable Energy Systems

In addition, over 200 businesses will be there, showing renewable energy and environmental services.

Entertainment is also provided. The Mustaches, a funk/dance party band will be there. You can see David Stokes and The Frog Chorus.

On Sunday, you can celebrate Father’s Day with a full Organic Valley breakfast and polkas, played by Norm Dombrowski and the Happy Notes.

The Energy Fair is sponsored by MREA (Midwest Renewable Energy Association) a leader in renewable energy. Its permanent headquarters are in Custer, Wisconsin. Tours of their headquarters are offered year round. In addition, they offer courses in renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable living.

MREA Energy FairRenew the Earth Institute has a second office in Milwaukee.

MREA is a non-profit 501(c) (3) tax-exempt organization. MREA was founded in 1990, when a small group of folks in central Wisconsin responded to an article in Home Power Magazine. The editor, Richard Perez, suggested the USA needed more conferences to educate the public about the benefits of renewable energy.

Now you can join the thousands of people who are renewing the earth and celebrating at Custer, Wisconsin, June 19 – 21.

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