Monthly Archives: September 2014

September Edition of Sun Times Now Available!

What's New

SEPTEMBER EDITION This is our third edition of the digital version of the quarterly newsletter. Let us know what you think! The online September Sun Times includes: – Celebrate AERO’s 40th Anniversary at our Annual Meeting in Red Lodge, Oct. 17-19!  – AERO Announces a … Continue reading

Proposed 2014 Bylaws Changes: Membership Review Requested

What's New

Dear AERO Members, This year, there will be a special agenda item during our annual member business meeting in Red Lodge. In addition to updates about AERO’s activities and finances, board member elections, and other business, we will be asking … Continue reading

Celebrate AERO’s 40th Anniversary in Red Lodge, October 17-19

Events, Food and Agriculture News, What's New

Help us celebrate AERO’s 40th birthday and ring in the next 40 years at the best sustainable food & energy party of the year! Join us at the Carbon County Fairgrounds in Red Lodge on October 17-19! Continue reading

Energy Choice for Montanans with Conor Darby

AERO on the Air, What's New

Renewable energy is helping Montana families and businesses take charge of their power supply like never before.  There are now more than 1,000 solar arrays, small scale wind turbines and micro-hydro generators producing clean energy in the state. The wholesale … Continue reading

Call for Award Nominations – Needed by Friday, Sep 12!

Energy News, Food and Agriculture News, What's New

Each year since 1987, AERO has given the Northern Rockies Sustainable Agriculture Award to innovative researchers, educators, and farmers doing exceptional work in the field of sustainable agriculture. This award recognizes the differences each of these individuals has made to … Continue reading

Cover Crop and Soil Health Workshop Sept 17

What's New

The Lewis & Clark Conservation District will be hosting a Soil Health workshop on September 17, 2014 in the Helena Valley. Two local landowners who are utilizing cover crops in their cropping and grazing operations, Tim & Jim Dusenberry and … Continue reading