My mom and I went to Madison’s first Earth Day Clean Energy Parade. Although the event was small and not well attended, I enjoyed it. The parade had some hybrid and electric cars in it, as well as Segues and kids riding bikes. Afterward, there were a few tables to visit. We chatted with the folks from the Shoreline Greenway Trail, Meigs Point Nature Center at Hammonasset State Park, and stopped at a table to learn about CT Clean Energy Options. I signed up for the Clean Energy Options back in March, and now 100% of our electricity comes from wind and small-scale hydropower. What’s best, it only costs an additional $7 per month, and I get the same UI bill as I did before. Visit their site for more information.
Little girl riding in the parade.
Madison’s first hybrid town vehicle.
A Smart Car from Zanes Cycles. They gave us a couple of water bottles.
A carpooling hybrid.
A hybrid SUV.
Another hybrid SUV.
Some more kids riding their bikes.