Floyd Energy Fest

Blue Ridge Eco Fair

A Celebration of Sustainable Living The Blue Ridge Eco Fair is founded on three years of the Floyd Energy Fest. We are excited to share the evolution of this project in 2021. We have widened the focus to include more aspects of sustainable living at our annual event. The event […]

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Solar Wagon

Solar VoltzWagon

Sustainfloyd is moving forward to promote energy independence in a sustainable fashion. We have undertaken a project to design and build a mobile solar electric generator. This generator is a valuable tool in educating Floyd County adults and children about the benefits of renewable energy. In addition to the educational

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Graf Solar Panels

Solar Home Tour

In October 2015, SustainFloyd arranged a Solar Home Ramble, an event aimed at making information about solar energy available to a wider audience. It was a chance for members of the public to visit a dozen private residences and businesses that had chosen to invest in solar energy. Owners graciously

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Berzins Tiny House

Tiny House Tour

The concept of “Living Lightly on the Earth” is central to SustainFloyd’s mission. Living with care and attention and making a small footprint is a realistic way to make a difference. In May 2014, five families opened their homes to visitors and talked about the challenges and joys of living

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SustainFloyd Energy Committee

Energy Committee

SustainFloyd Energy Working Group Team Members: Rick Brown, Woody Crenshaw, Dave Albee, Mike Burton, Billy Weitzenfeld Chair: Co-Chairs Rick Brown and Billy Weitzenfeld Aim: The working group’s aim is to identify energy related projects that fall within the SustainFloyd (SF) mission and serve the community. Purpose: Our purpose is to plan, develop, and implement

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