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Small group takes small steps to save energy

A small group at Faith Lutheran Church in Leavenworth read a book in 2013 that inspired them to embark on a community solar project.

When they read Frances Moore Lappé’s book, EcoMind: Changing the Way We Think to Create the World We Want, the group was struck by her assertion that climate change can still be stabilized if millions of people take small, deliberate actions.

Essentially, the six decided to work towards creating the world they want.

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Book inspires small group at Faith Lutheran Church in Leavenworth  to embark on a community solar project.

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