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Sign to Join Toxics Action in Congratulating "Action for a Healthy Holyoke" - From Coal to Solar!

Allison Friedman MA, United States 0 Ratings 99 Discussions 131 Group posts

Posted by: Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

Sign to Join Toxics Action in Congratulating "Action for a Healthy Holyoke" - From Coal to Solar!

Join Toxics Action to say "Great Job!" to Action for a Healthy Holyoke!

How often do we just get great eco news to make you smile?
Here's a chance to join a celebration and congratulation just by signing your name.

Leaders in Holyoke, Mass. recently celebrated the groundbreaking of their new solar farm after more than five decades of breathing dirty air and five years of organizing to retire the Mt. Tom coal plant.

Join Toxics Action in congratulating the amazing community leaders who moved Holyoke away from coal and toward clean, local renewable energy!

These local leaders made a successful transition from coal to solar through determination and a lot of organizing savvy. They worked hard through many ups and downs and can serve as an inspiration to us all.

To offer your congratulations:



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