This calendar lists LCAN's events, and its organizational members' relevant events.
Saturday, December 5th, 1:30pmpm
Suitable for home- and small business-owners, LCAN will offer consumer tips for determining whether you should consider replacing your water heater and, if so, how to replace it with more energy efficient, cost effective equipment, suited to your needs. We'll cover traditional gas-fired stand-by, on-demand and hybrid options.
We'll also cover how to choose a reputable contractor who'll meet your needs professionally, for a fair price.
B4UBuy: Going Solar
Interested in tapping the sun for clean solar power at your home or business, and receiving a 30% tax credit? Avoid the unscrupulous, door-to-door salespeople using high-pressure tactics to get homeowners to sign contracts regardless of whether their property is a good solar candidate or not. LCAN offers unbiased, reliable advice.
Attend an LCAN B4UBuy workshop to visit an easy-to-see system, then come indoors for tips and consumer advice, as well as get answers to your questions.
1pm, Saturday, April 1st
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Interested in being a more effective environmental activist? Apply for the Kentucky Environmental Leadership Institute's upcoming three-session, online workshop series, starting Thursday, December 10th. Learn more.
Instructors will include KRC's Tom FitzGerald, Liz Edmondson and Adam Johnson, plus LCAN's Sarah Lynn Cunningham.
Make this Thanksgiving meal special by adding more locally produced items to your menu. You'll cut the food miles on your plate and support family farms. Get ideas here.
Art Williams, Counsel
Art has been an environmental attorney in Kentucky since 1978. His positions have included serving as Commissioner of the state's Dept. for Environmental Protection from 1987-90 and director of the Metro Air Pollution Control District from 1997 to 2008. During his time as the City's air pollution director, Art helped lead a community-wide stakeholder group in formulating a climate action plan with almost 200 specific strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. He also served as co-chair of the Global Warming Committee for the national organization for air pollution officials and via that organization participated in several UN Framework Conventions on Climate Change, beginning with Kyoto in 1997.
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Love your mother!
Show your love for our planet as you celebrate this Valentines Day! Choose cards made of recycled or sustainably harvested paper. Giving chocolate or flowers? Look for sustainably produced, fair trade options, ideally from a locally owned vendor. Or skip the cut flowers and give a card promising to take your loved one to a native plant nursery this spring to choose something for the garden or patio. See LCAN Network members Dropseed Nursery and Idlewild.
Camille Moore, Student Intern
Camille Moore is a junior at at the University of Louisville. She is earning a major in Political Science with a minor in Social Change. Camille grew up in Owensboro, KY, and moved to Louisville in Fall 2020 to attend UofL. She applied to complete a required service learning project with LCAN to learn about nonprofit management, event planning and participation in public policy-making processes. She also is working with K-12 teachers and their students to expand the Books & Videos section of LCAN's website. She aims eventually to work law and government or nonprofit work.