Every citizen under the Muscatine Power & Water umbrella has the choice to be powered with wind and solar instead of coal. At 25, 50, or 100% of your energy supplied with renewables for an additional penny per kilowatt hour, this program is quite affordable. The average household spends another $8/month for the Choose GreenContinue reading “The Choose Green Program”
Another banger of a program for Muscatine citizens. If you love pollinators and other bugs, or if you love native flowers and plants, or you have a boring yard that you want to beautify with color and longevity, this is the group for you. The fine folks of the pollinator project share important facts aboutContinue reading “The Muscatine Pollinator Project”
The City of Muscatine has more than 10 miles of paved and unpaved trails and walkways, as well as more than 20 parks with a combined 550 acres of land. This boon of outdoor recreation options for citizens offers countless biking or running routes from the Deep Lakes State Park to Weed Park and manyContinue reading “Outdoor Recreation Spotlight: The Bike Trail”
Wildcat Den is a State Park North of Highway 22 here in Muscatine County. A must-see spot for all nature lovers. Check out this great website for more details and personal stories.
The Public Works of Muscatine picks up not only garbage but also recycling at the curb for the convenience of the citizens. Paper, plastics, metals and even glass can be picked up by the city for no additional charges. This single stream recycling system is super helpful for people who don’t like the idea ofContinue reading “Recycling in Muscatine. Paper, plastic and…leftovers?”
Adding solar to your home has a lot of barriers. Maybe you don’t own your home. Maybe you own your home but can’t afford the upfront costs that might come with a solar project. To solve the latter, the Midwest Renewable Energy Association offers a Solar Group Buy option. Basically they select an installer throughContinue reading “Community Solar Projects. Are they the key to reducing energy prices and energy needs?”