Green Lake’s temporary wind farm

by | Apr 19, 2010

Maris sent us photos of this CoolMom.org event at Green Lake on Sunday in celebration of Earth Day. Kids created their own pinwheels, then planted them in the ground to symbolize wind power.

The pencils were donated by various sources ( I scoured our collection of pencils and donated a couple bundles) and the wind wheels were made from recycled calendars. This was to promote the “Coal-Free Washington” campaign – an effort to reduce our air pollution in Washington state.

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