This year, we’re including a good old fashioned Raffle as part of our Harvest at the Commons celebration, Saturday at the Grand Traverse Commons. Instead of going to the highest bidder, everyone’s got a chance to win these awesome prizes.
Crystal Mountain near Thompsonville is not your average four-season resort, and Jim MacInnes is not your average CEO. He is a former electrical power engineer and a well-respected environmentalist, known throughout the state as a renewable energy advocate-one who preaches “green,” not only for moral reasons but because clean energy makes economic sense.
What better way to honor the Summer Solstice than with a celebration of the sun and its ability to power our society’s transition toward renewable energy? Groundwork hosts the Michigan Clean Energy Conference & Fair, June 23-25, in Traverse City.
Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities honors Cherry Capital Foods owner Chip Hoagland -the “Warren Buffet of northern Michigan foods” -with Milliken Leadership Award during annual Harvest at the Commons celebration.