Renewable Energy: An EcoFair Highlight
We’re excited to welcome the University of Wyoming to the 2015 EcoFair! The University of Wyoming’s Renewable Energy for Home, Farm, and Ranch demonstration trailer provides a tangible example of photovoltaics, solar thermal, small wind, and ground source heat pumps. The unit also functions as both a grid-tied and battery-based system, with a solar-powered livestock watering unit for ag producers. Through hands-on experience, UW Extension can enhance the conservation of where and when distributed renewable energy is an appropriate choice for our state. For more information, visit www.wyomingrenewables.org
Join us for the 12th Anniversary EcoFair!
Host: Energy Conservation Works
Date: Saturday, May 9, 2015
Location: Snow King Ball Field (base of Snow King mountain) in downtown Jackson
Admission: $5 suggested donation
Hosted by Energy Conservation Works (formerly JH Energy Sustainability Project), this 12-year tradition in the Tetons draws roughly 2,500 participants annually. Eco-Fair celebrates environmental stewardship and features sustainability-oriented booths, live music, local food, demonstrations, kids’ activities, raffle prizes and more.
Huge thanks to 2015 EcoFair title sponsors Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board, Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling, High Country Linen Service and Jackson Whole Grocer!
Contact us for information regarding sponsoring the 2015 fair.
In the spirit of Eco-Fair, please:
- take alternative transportation to the event (bike, walk, carpool, START Bus...)
- BYO water bottle
- BYO reusable mug for beer from event sponsor Snake River Brewing!
Please visit our Events page for details on 2015 EcoFair bike services, activities, food & beverage, live music and more!