Register at pacificpower.net/tour

Coyote Trails Nature Center is excited to partner with Pacific Power for the twelfth annual Blue Sky renewable energy project tour! The tour showcases projects connected to Blue Sky, Pacific Power’s option to support renewable energy.

Join us on Saturday, October 3 from 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. The tour will start and end at Coyote Trails, where participants will learn about solar power technology and get an up-close look at our recently completed solar pavilion, featuring 36 solar panels. The solar array is helping us reach net-zero energy use and was funded in part by Blue Sky customers. Other stops on the tour will include:

  • ·Dry Creek Landfill Gas Project in Eagle Point, Oregon - Visit one of the renewable energy facilities supported by Blue Sky participants. The landfill accepts nearly 1,200 tons of municipal waste daily and this unique project captures methane from the landfill and converts it to energy. 

  • ·Lone Pine Creek in Medford, Oregon - Learn first-hand about efforts to restore native fish habitat along Lone Pine Creek. Streamside improvement work, led by the non-profit Lomakatsi Restoration Project, received funding support from participants who select the Blue Sky Habitat option.

The tour is offered to Pacific Power customers and their guests.  Participants must pre-register. The registration fee covers lunch and transportation between tour stops and ranges from $20-$30. Blue Sky participants can register at a discounted rate. Visit pacificpower.net/tour for more information and to register.