The Power to Choose: Renewable Energy

In the recent 219 GreenConnect podcast host Kathy Sipple spoke with Dan Plath and Kathleen Szot from NiSource to discuss their renewable energy option available to NIPSCO customers. Listen to the full podcast. NIPSCO’s Green Power Program is a voluntary program … Continued

Meetings to Address Issues Facing Wolf Lake Watershed

Stormwater runoff and discharges to the Wolf Lake watershed will be among issues to be discussed at a series of public meetings beginning next month. Sponsored by the Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative (AWLI), the meetings initially will focus … Continued

Pipelines and Borderlines: People Can’t Drink Oil

219GreenConnect podcast host Kathy Sipple speaks with David Mueller of Paul Henry’s Art Gallery in Hammond about their current exhibit: “Pipelines and Borderlines: People Can’t Drink Oil!” Listen to the podcast. The show was curated by artist Beverly Keys. It … Continued

Northwest Indiana Takes to the Trails

219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks to Mitch Barloga, biking enthusiast and Ped, Pedal & Paddle Planner at Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission. We’ll talk about a number of trail initiatives and events, including Greenways & Blueways, the National Complete … Continued

NWI Earth Day: Saturday, April 20th 9am – 4pm

Kathy Sipple speaks with Donna Stuckert from the Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County about Northwest Indiana Earth Day, happening this Saturday, April 20th from 9am to 4pm at the Porter County Expo Center. This year will feature … Continued

Webinar: Enbridge 6b Pipeline Risks & Solutions

This is the recorded video taken from today’s webinar presented by Nathan Pavlovic and Nicole Barker from Save the Dunes. Webinar Link: Enbridge Pipeline 6b Risks and Solutions Resources mentioned during the webinar: Indiana Residents Concerned About Enbridge Facebook Page … Continued

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