A series of statewide workshops on March 11-13 will explain what agricultural energy conservation means and how to access rebates, grants and loans to pay for recommended energy conservation practices. To learn more about the workshops, including registration information, go to the Energy Conservation: Impact on the Bottom Line registration page. MSU studies have shown that, on average, agricultural operations can realize a 40 percent reduction in energy expenses over a 3.8 year payback period when recommended energy conservation practices are implemented. Implementing these practices will result in a cleaner, less expensive energy future. Improved efficiency should be the option of first choice for Michigan farms.
For more information about the energy conservation workshops contact Charles Gould at 616-994-4547 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on energy conservation programs contact Al Go at 517-353-0643 or email@example.com.