Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Tour Starts Tomorrow!!!

The week-long 2006 Green Bike Tour starts tomorrow. We have renewable energy events scheduled in five Midwest States. Please feel free to join us at any of our stops or contact us for more detailed information.

Thursday, Sept. 21
Waterloo, IA: Kickoff Rally for Clean Energy at Washington Park at 10:30
Cedar Falls, IA: Tour of Center for Energy & Environmental Education at University of Northern Iowa at 12:30
Decorah, IA: Rally for Clean Energy at Luther College at 3:30

Friday, Sept. 22
La Crosse, WI: Rally for Clean Energy to Kickoff Car-Free Day at Cameron Park at 10:30
Austin, MN: Tour of Good Earth Natural Foods at 2:30 and Tour of Jay C. Hormel Nature Center at 3:30

Saturday, Sept. 23
Mankato, MN: Rally for Clean Energy at Minnesota State University's Plaza Center showcasing plug-in hybrid cars at 10:00
Saint Peter, MN: Rally for Clean Energy at Gustavus Adolphus College's Linnaeus Arboretum at 3:00

Sunday, Sept. 24
Granite Falls, MN: Rally for Clean Energy with Clean Up Our River Environment at the Oak St. Bridge at 11:00
Lake Benton, MN: Stop at Farmer-Owned Wind Turbine at 2:00

Monday, Sept. 25
Sioux Falls, SD: Rally for Clean Energy with Clean Water Action at LEED Certified Federal Courthouse Square Building at 10:30
Sioux City, IA: Rally for Clean Energy outside Briar Cliff University's Library at 1:30
Sioux City, IA: Rally for Clean Energy at Morningside College at 3:00

Tuesday, Sept. 26
Oakland, NE: Tour of farm-based alcohol plant, home-made wind turbine, and biodiesel system with Nebraska Renewable Energy Association at 10:00
Oakland, IA: Tour of Golden Hills RC&D's LEED Certified Building at 3:00

Wednesday, Sept. 27
Ames, IA: Rally for Clean Energy at Iowa State University at 9:30 and Ames Resource Recovery Plant at 10:45
Grinnell, IA: Rally for Clean Energy at Grinnell College at 2:30

Thursday, Sept. 28
Cedar Rapids, IA: Rally for Clean Energy at Coe College's Central Quad at 9:00
Iowa City, IA: Closing Rally at Conference of Engineers for a Sustainable World at the IMU River Terrace at 12:45

1 comment:

Jim Robb said...

You should check out the The Greate Allegheny Passage trail that extends from Pittsburgh to Cumberland Maryland. The trail goes through Garrett PA and Meyersdale PA, home of the Garrett Wind Farm. Check for details!


The Green Bike Tour is sponsored by The University of Iowa's Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research, The Iowa Policy Project, and The Fred & Charlotte Hubbell Foundation, and Kelly Webworks.