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|From: Laurie Fenner (fenneraudubon-center.org)|
|Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 10:05:50 -0700 (PDT)|
Greetings! Here at the Audubon Center of the North Woods, we are holding our annual open house and Sustainable Living Expo (this year's theme) on Saturday, September 29, 2007. We are currently seeking exhibitors who might be interested in setting up a booth, display or demo on various aspects of sustainable living. Last year, we had over 400 visitors (Renewable Energy Fair was our theme last year) and this year we hope to top that. If you are interested in exhibiting or would like more info, please do not hesitate to contact me. I've attached a general info flyer about this event. The Audubon Center of the North Woods is a proud leader in renewable energy - a major portion of our center is now heated and cooled with closed vertical loop geothermal heat pump system; we have a grid-connected, three array photovoltaic system in place as well as a grid-connected wind generator and flat panel hot water solar collectors; and we run our outreach program out of our EcoRV - a 36-foot RV that has been converted to run on used, filtered vegetable oil (biodiesel). Laurie Fenner Marketing & Groups/Conference Coordinator Audubon Center of the North Woods PO Box 530 Sandstone, MN 55072 320-245-2648 Fax: 320-245-5272 www.audubon-center.org The Audubon Center of the North Woods is a private, non-profit residential environmental learning center (RELC), wildlife rehabilitation facility, and retreat center nestled on the shores of Grindstone Lake near Sandstone, MN in east-central Minnesota. Our diverse 535-acre sanctuary includes a variety of habitats, including old-growth red and white pines, hardwood forests, restored wetlands and prairies. We offer a great variety of environmental learning experiences for people of all ages, with programming in natural history and science, team-building, adventure programming, and outdoor/environmental education. Our unique center features a mixture of historic as well as newly constructed facilities that can provide lodging and meals for up to 150 participants. Visitors to the Audubon Center of the North Woods have the opportunity to experience a wide range of learning environments including our wildlife barn, yurt, log cabin, formal science classroom, and of course, the great outdoors!
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