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2019 Fall Energy Symposium

Posted by Sally Bernstein on August 14, 2019

Celebrating the fourth annual Fall Energy Symposium

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Sustainable Northwest is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Fall Symposium in Klamath Falls. 

This 2-day event will bring together community leaders, businesses, elected officials, ranchers, farmers, and agency partners to identify strategies that advance clean energy initiatives across Oregon. The Symposium features panel discussions from the state's leading energy experts, an evening reception, and field tour. 

Date: October 17-18, 2019

Location: Oregon Institute of Technology, 3201 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls, Oregon


Registration and agenda will be available shortly.

This year's event will take us to the beautiful Klamath Basin, a region known for spectacular bird migrations, deep marshes, and snow-capped peaks. It's also where new approaches to farming and irrigation efficiency, forest restoration, and shared renewable projects are taking hold. These initiatives are driven by local leaders creating tangible benefits for a resilient, clean energy economy.


For questions about the Fall Symposium or the Making Energy Work network, please contact Bridget Callahan, Energy Program Manager, at (503) 756-0494 or bcallahan@sustainablenorthwest.org. 

This event was brought to you by Sustainable Northwest, Wy'East RC&D, Energy Trust of Oregon, and Oregon Department of Energy. 


          
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