15 results for month: 03/2017
Recently, Evan Enos was presented to opportunity to lead a team of Conservation Coaches at the Contra Costa Farmer’s Market in downtown Walnut Creek. There were many hardships and tough decisions that came along with this role. Evan felt a certain sense of pride while leading the team and would do it again!
Have you been curious about electric cars and solar? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Kaipo Vevera, a Conservation Coach for Walnut Creek Saves, explains why electric cars and going solar positively impact the environment but can also save your pockets.
Gautam Sajja's experience being a Conservation Coach has been like nothing else. He has traveled to markets, stores, and local groups all across the city of Walnut Creek with one goal: to help the residents of Walnut Creek save money on their water and energy bill. Learn more about how being a Conservation Coach is a true “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity.
Anthony Belavitch, one of our student Conservation Coaches, explains how Walnut Creek Saves is a completely free program that is dedicated to saving residents energy, water, and money! Does it sound too good to be true? It’s not! Walnut Creek Saves is an organization that serves the residents, students, and community of Walnut Creek. Read on to learn more!
Throughout Evan Enos's time spent as a Conservation Coach, not only has he gained a deeper understanding about the importance of energy and water conservation, but he has also learned new ways to educate and communicate with Walnut Creek residents. Read more about Evan's experience as a Conservation Coach!
With new technology, light bulb manufacturers have made bulbs that shine brighter, use less energy, are better for the environment, and can last up to 25 times longer than a typical incandescent bulb. Let Rion Shellooe, a Conservation Coach for Walnut Creek Saves, explain why you should upgrade your incandescents.
Have you been looking for ways to lower your monthly energy and water bills or do you want to help the environment but have no idea where to start? Or maybe both? Well, look no further! Anna Meehan is here to tell you about how Walnut Creek Saves can help you use less and save more!
For Anthony Belavitch, being a Conservation Coach for Walnut Creek Saves has been an amazing experience. As a Conservation Coach he works with other high school students, receives job experience by speaking with residents, and builds teamwork with his fellow coaches. Read more to learn what Anthony is looking forward to the most!
Walnut Creek Saves offers a Referral Program for all of its participants. Refer a friend, receive a gift card - it's that easy! Sign up for your free energy and water consultation and start spreading the word!
Evan Enos, one of our student Conservation Coaches, explains how Walnut Creek Saves is a completely FREE program that is dedicated to saving residents energy, water, and money! Does it sound too good to be true? It’s not! Walnut Creek Saves is a nonprofit community program that serves the residents and community of Walnut Creek. Read on to learn more!