Goshen’s Local Government is Green, Too

Goshen’s Local Government is Green, Too

Goshen’s Local Government is Green, too Published April 2022 Goshen City Hall Photo courtesy of the City of Goshen In response to a call for action on climate change by Goshen youth, the city answered with a commitment to do its part to keep the community...
Goshen is Serious About Solar

Goshen is Serious About Solar

Goshen is Serious About Solar Published April 2022 A solar installation in Goshen Goshen received a SolSmart Gold designation in 2017, for its work to make solar more accessible to residents. Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative, Goshen’s...
Goshen’s Growers are Green

Goshen’s Growers are Green

Goshen’s Growers are Green Published April 2022 Ben Hartman, co-owner of Clay Bottom Farm with wife, Rachel, and author of The Lean Farm Green farming practices are nothing new in Goshen, but their application couldn’t feel forward-looking. Our independent...
Goshen’s Maple City Greenway Just Keeps Growing

Goshen’s Maple City Greenway Just Keeps Growing

Goshen’s Maple City Greenway Just Keeps Growing Published April 2022 Goshen’s Maple City Greenway Why drive when you can walk? Goshen’s more than 30 miles of pedestrian and bike trails make our community a place where leaving your car at home – and...
Goshen’s Youth Created Green Change

Goshen’s Youth Created Green Change

Goshen’s Youth Created Green Change Published April 2022 Felix Perez Diener, former youth advisor, Goshen City Council Felix Perez Diener served as a youth advisor to the Goshen City Council and was at the forefront of the creation of Resolution 2019-19, or the...