15 Tips for Raising Readers

15 Tips for Raising Readers

To celebrate kids heading back to school this month, we’re sharing 15 easy ways to incorporate books into your child’s daily activities, to encourage their love for reading! This list doesn’t only apply to school-aged children, but younger kids as well.

Changes in Your Home Can Impact Your Fuel Consumption

Changes in Your Home Can Impact Your Fuel Consumption

Just like seasons impact the weather, changes in your home can impact your fuel usage. For example, when your son and daughter are away at college; you’re most likely using less hot water than when they are at home.

Ensuring that your home heating provider is aware of these changes is especially important if you’re on automatic delivery, which is calculated in part by your fuel usage history.

Join Us in the Fight Against Hunger

Join Us in the Fight Against Hunger

It’s harvest time in Northern New England. Apples, tomatoes, squash, green beans, corn, peppers, and potatoes are filling baskets and buckets to the brim. Freezing, canning, and pickling are happening in kitchens across Northern New England. As summer winds down and autumn beckons, we begin to think about all the comfort food that awaits us throughout the fall and winter.

Food is a necessity for all of us. For many families, however, there is little comfort in food because they simply don’t have enough. They are hungry. Every day. We invite you to join us in the fight against hunger.

Get an A+ in energy efficiency!

Get an A+ in energy efficiency!

It’s that time of year again. The summer season is winding down and kids are (yay!) back to school for a new year of learning. As an adult, it doesn’t matter how many years you’ve been out of school; there’s something about the cooling temperatures and the leaves changing that still makes us feel like it’s time to get “back” to work and “back” to being more productive.
Channel that productivity and tackle a course in energy efficiency. Here are some tips to help you get an A+: