Powered Up Baraboo

~seeking to increase the use of renewable energy and environmentally sustainable practices in the Baraboo and Sauk County area through education, advocacy, grants/fundraising, and other volunteer efforts~

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Why do farmers matter to folks in Baraboo? 
 

Watch the video to find out all the benefits local management-intensive grazers bring to our area! https://youtu.be/ts7LfuyUiXc

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We Are Powered Up Baraboo
Introductory Video

In early 2021, PUB applied for and received a Good Idea Grant from the UW-Madison Extension Sauk County Education, Arts & Culture Committee to partially fund a video introducing Powered Up Baraboo to the Baraboo community. This video is used when members of Powered Up Baraboo visit–in person or virtually–with community groups to tell them about our organization's work and ask for their support in our efforts.

Action Teams

Green Spaces

Home & Business

Municipal

Schools

The Green Spaces Action Team concentrates on: 
• promoting protection and expansion of green areas 
• decreasing mowing 
• planting more trees in order to help pull carbon emissions out of the atmosphere
• educating homeowners and landowners about the benefits of using sustainable practices on their property
• supporting local farmers using sustainable techniques 
The Homes & Business Action Team concentrates on helping homeowners and businesses:
• conserve energy and save money
• learn about and participate in programs that make installing renewable energy systems more affordable
The Municipal Action Team is dedicated to working with City of Baraboo leaders to 
help local public institutions:
• adopt energy conservation measures
• move toward investing in renewable energy systems on behalf of the public
The Schools Action Team focuses on:
• developing partnerships with student groups at the Baraboo High School and UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County to foster hands-on environmental and conservation education
• encouraging school planners to design building updates that take advantage of renewable energy and energy conservation opportunities