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Published on February 18th, 2014 | by Guest Contributor


KidWind Provides A Hands-On Renewable Energy Course

What better way to encourage more renewable acceptance than having kids learn about it at an early age? This great program works with kids across the United States in 2014, including some international events. According to this article from Sustainablog, KidWind has developed an impressive array of educational programming both for science educators wanting to introduce their students to renewable energy, and for students themselves. The KidWind Challenge, the organization’s signature program, gives students a chance to compete in building small, working wind turbines.  KidWind plans to host 35 of these programs across the United States in 2014, as well as two international events.

Have you ever worked with KidWind or similar projects? Would you child be interested in a project like this?

KidWind Provides A Hands-On Renewable Energy Course (via Clean Technica)

Originally published on Sustainablog. I’ve been passionate about educational programs for sustainability from sustainablog’s earliest days, so I wasn’t surprised at all to discover that I’d written about Minneapolis-based educational company…

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