Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque Interviews Chair Jim Osterhaus

The Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque will be talking with our CCED Chair, Jim Osterhaus for their Rural Resilience Series about how investments in energy efficiency and clean energy can make our rural communities more resilient. This will take place Thursday, July 23rd at 9 am (Facebook Live). Tune in at this time or view the recording (along with other Rural Resilience interviews) here.

The Rural Resilience series celebrates the strength of small towns as they fight through a crisis. The Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque Development Coordinator, Jason Nieses, highlights rural residents responding to crisis situations with innovative, heart-warming solutions. Join in on this special interview with Neises and Osterhaus!

More about Jim Osterhaus: Jim is a retired dentist living in Guttenberg. He installed geothermal heat and air conditioning and a solar array in 2007 during a major remodel on his home. Jim also drives an electric vehicle and can attest to the benefits of owning one. He joined the Clayton County Energy District board as he has long been a conservationist and can completely agree with our mission of providing clean, efficient and affordable, local, clean energy.

UPDATE: Watch the archived Facebook Live here!