Rural Efficiency Business Program Interview Series: Reunity Resources

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  • Join us for the Rural Efficient Business Interview Series: Interview #3 - Reunity Resources

    February 26, 12:30 - 1:30 pm

    EDD is partnering with New Mexico State University’s Engineering New Mexico Resource Network (ENEMRN) and the New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) to host an interview series with rural businesses across the state to discuss the importance of energy efficiency and renewable energy to their business.

    Conversations focus on simple changes in energy consumption or energy systems that can have a big impact on saving money and improving the environment.

    Hosts share information about resources available to businesses through the program, including no-cost energy assessments. The intention of this series is to bring awareness, create a network, and start discussions around efficient energy consumption and renewable energy systems.

    The third interview will feature Reunity Resources (Agua Fria Village, Santa Fe). Join us for an interview with Juliana Ciano, Program Director, Reunity Resources.

    Register online...

    About Reunity Resources:

    ​Founded in 2011 as a community-supported experiment, they now operate as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit focusing on closed-loop systems that turn waste into value. Reunity provides environmental education to increase access and participation in such practices and work toward equitable food access with their community.

    The NM Rural Efficient Business Program is funded by a grant awarded to EDD through USDA’s Rural Efficient Assistance Program.

    For more information contact, 505-469-6204. View later as a recorded as a podcast archived on

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