Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs

 
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Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs

Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs
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Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs

Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs
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Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs

Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs
Photo from Progress Report 'The Gift of Heat' (view small | med | large | orig)

Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs

Help Provide Solar Heater Repairs
Photo from Progress Report 'The Gift of Heat' (view small | med | large | orig)
 

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Provide 10 Solar Heaters to Native Families
This project will provide 10 Native American families living in reservation communities with solar air heaters, reducing monthly heating bills by 20-30% for up to 20 years and creating green jobs. project reportread updates from the field

Organization

Trees Water & People

Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
http://www.treeswaterpeople.org

Project Leader

Megan Maiolo-Heath

Marketing Manager
Fort Collins, Colorado United States

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