Although much of our work takes place abroad, we’re always looking for more opportunities to apply our knowledge close to home. Here, James Kennedy discusses the possibility of collaborating with the Dartmouth Organic Farm on a biochar project. (Image courtesy
What’s going on this week in DHE? Not sure how to answer? Thank heavens for our weekly updates! Check out what’s up with your favorite project groups: Marketing and Development continues to work on letters to the USAID and will soon
DHE got a shout out in today’s piece on the new Green Revolving Loan Fund. Can’t wait to see what great projects the new $1 million fund (and its $100,000 Green Community Fund component) supports. Read more at: http://thedartmouth.com/2013/01/22/news/sustainability
Great piece in this week’s copy of The D about the hydropower group’s on-campus research into sand casting: http://thedartmouth.com/2013/01/17/news/turbine Stay tuned for an article about this summer’s trip in the next issue of the Dartmouth Engineer!