Wednesday To-Do: Dunbar Garden Wind Turbine Unveiling & Release of Statewide Energy Policy Polling Results

wind-energyAudubon Arkansas, the Ecological Conservation Organization (ECO), and PEW will gather with the Arkansas Wildlife Federation at a community event to showcase a new wind turbine and to release the statewide energy polling results on Wednesday, June 3rd at noon at the Dunbar Community Center in Little Rock. Speakers will unveil a new wind turbine at the Dunbar Garden Project . The 2.4kW rated turbine has a rotor diameter of 12 feet and will power the garden’s greenhouse.  A new statewide poll on energy policy will also be released to the public. The poll was conducted by Beneson Strategy Group and shows Arkansans are engaged and supportive of proposed federal climate and energy legislation.

WHEN: Wednesday, June 3rd at noon

WHERE: Dunbar Community Center, 2nd Floor (1001 W 16th Street, Little Rock 72202)

Lunch will be provided. Federal, state, and local public officials have been invited and the public is welcome to attend.

Come out and show your support for clean energy! For more information, contact Angela Wisely, Outreach Coordinator, Audubon Arkansas, at awisely@audubon.org or (501)244-2229.

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4 responses to “Wednesday To-Do: Dunbar Garden Wind Turbine Unveiling & Release of Statewide Energy Policy Polling Results

  1. I like your website! but was taken aback when I pulled up a story about ‘today’s’ unveiling of a Dunbar windmill only to find out that ‘today’ was June 2. oops.

  2. Hi, Nancy!

    Thanks for reading!

    For some reason, this post has remained popular ever since I wrote it. It keeps making Top5 of my most popular posts everyday. Since it is popular, people click on it, making it even more popular. I don’t want to take it down, but I also don’t want to confuse people. You’re not the first one who thought this was happening “today.” I had a newspaper call me about it last week!

    Good that Dunbar Community Garden continues to get coverage. I’m little torn, though, about confusing people. Any suggestion from anyone is most appreciated.

    Again, thanks for reading, Nancy!

  3. Good photo…Great article….Thanks

  4. ESSU Researcher

    Good post!!! It really help me in my research…

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