Month: September 2022

Free weatherization supplies to keep Charlotters warm this winter

Marissa Green, Charlotte Weatherization Project The Charlotte Energy Committee is continuing the Charlotte Weatherization Project this year to connect low-to-moderate income Charlotters with no-cost weatherization materials and energy efficiency programs designed to help reduce their home’s energy consumption. High energy bills make life more difficult. For some families, heating bills make it harder to meet

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Helping wild bumblebee queens overwinter

Laura Johnson, University of Vermont Extension Photo by Laura Johnson. Man-made structures such as stone walls or old foundations provide protective cracks and crevices where bumblebees can find shelter. Wild bees are important pollinators for our crops, gardens and wild plants. In Vermont there are over 350 types of wild bees, including 17 different species of

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25 Events to Know in Charlotte: October 2022

THEATRE Disney On Ice: Frozen & EncantoYou have nine chances to see the characters of Frozen and Encanto, together in one show, take the ice in Charlotte for performances derived from the popular Disney films.Sept. 29-Oct. 2. Bojangles Coliseum Tickets start at $20, Blue’s Clues & You! Live TourEnjoy Broadway-style song and dance as

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