Edison Green Campus
The Green Campus is an initiative between the Holland Neighborhood Improvement Association, the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization, and Minneapolis Public Schools that showcases the latest stormwater, environmental sustainability, and energy efficiency technology at Edison High School. Features of the Green Campus include:
- Includes a community garden and greenhouse to be used for educational opportunities for Edison students
- A solar canopy, generating enough energy to offset 40% of the school's electricity use (to be installed)
- A rainwater captures system that filters and reuses rainwater runoff to irrigate the school's athletic fields
The Flood Mitigation Basin
- A space for rainwater to flow away from the high school and surrounding roads and drain into the stormwater system.
- Coming soon: Apple orchard
Edison Parking Lot
- Stormwater capture systems underneath the pavement
- NE Green Light project
Home Energy Squad Enhanced Grant Program
Want to save money on your utility bills? Check out the FREE Home Energy Squad Program visits for Holland residents and stakeholders! To schedule your visit contact Beth at 612-335-5874 and use code Holl13 to get your discount! Find more information at the CEE webpage.