Schools from NM MESA’s North Central Region will participate in Santa Fe Community College’s Solar Festival, a week-long celebration of Earth Day and SFCC’s leading role in the development of sustainable technologies!
Pecos High School, Capshaw Middle School, Española High School, and Carlos F. Vigil Middle School will participate in a day of hands-on workshops planned and facilitated by students and staff of SFCC’s Sustainable Technologies Center. Workshop topics include the Watershed Management Project, Aquaponics, Solar Energy, and Biofuels. Students will also visit the large campus garden project and learn about food production from farmer/gardener Erin O’Neill and the well-known culinary author, Deborah Madison.
And…Find out how to become a student at Santa Fe Community College. Good jobs are available now for people with an associate degree in Biofuels, Energy Auditing, and Environmental Engineering. SFCC offers these degrees, plus certificates in Solar Energy, Water Treatment, Plumbing, Green Building Construction, and much more!
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