Wood Heat Workshop

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 7:00pm

Old Schoolhouse Common, 122 School St. Marshfield, VT

Did you know a modern efficient wood stove can reduce your wood use by about 30%?

Modern wood stoves also have dramatically less emissions and are a major tool in helping Vermont tackle climate change, and wood heat helps keeps more money circulating in the Vermont economy. There are currently big incentives for changing out pre-1988 woodstoves. There are also incentives for those switching to wood heat from oil or propane.

The RAMP Energy Task Force invites you to learn more at a wood heat workshop at Old School House Common in Marshfield on October 9 at 7:00 PM. Emma Hanson, Wood Energy Coordinator for the VT Department of Forest, Parks, and Recreation will deliver a lively and informative presentation about the advantages of wood heating, the latest technologies, and available incentives. If you can't make this workshop, but want to learn more about the incentives, sign-up for an individual consultation at https://forms.gle/2sUemkwBkbtJ1GPE8

For More Information Contact:

Jon Copans

jon@vtrural.org

802-225-6393

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