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Climate Smart Missoula Spring Shift Series : Electrification

May 18 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

We’re so excited about our Spring Shift series of events! Join us to get inspired and learn how to make YOUR shift towards a more climate-friendly home and community this spring.

We’ll kick off with SOLAR on Friday, March 29 at 8:30am at Goodworks Place (129 W. Alder). Learn about the process of going solar for your home, business or nonprofit; incentives and financing options; and how combining solar with electrification can cut climate pollution and energy bills faster. Plus, we’ll talk about opportunities for expanding solar access and equity in our community. Coffee and pastries provided!
Come at 8:30 for networking, program starts at 8:45, then stick around to chat and get your questions answered.

Thanks to our friends at @livableclimate for co-sponsoring this one!

Then on April 25 from 5-6:30 at the new Rocky Mountain Gardens & Exploration Center (next to the Missoula Fairgrounds) we’ll talk all about TREES! Learn why a healthy urban forest is critical for climate resilience; the basics of planting and caring for trees all year long; and how anyone can get involved with community efforts to grow more urban trees, shrubs, and native plants. Light refreshments provided!

Our series wraps up with ELECTRIFICATION on May 18. Join us for our 2nd annual Electrify Homes Tour through the Riverfront, Slant Streets and Southgate Triangle neighborhoods! We’ll meet at Dram Shop Central then bike or carpool to visit three examples of local electrification projects, ending back at Dram Shop where we’ll share more resources for going electric during an informal drop-in happy hour.

Tour runs from 2-4pm and Happy Hour is from 4-6. Join for one or both parts of the day. Tour participants receive a discount on their first beverage!
**Tour space is limited and registration is required.**

Learn more and register for all these events via our calendar –> missoulaclimate.org/calendar

See you out there, Missoula!