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Wildlife Associates goes solar

altHalf Moon Bay Review - October 2, 2014
A November fundraiser is scheduled to help Half Moon Bay-based Wildlife Associates wildlife sanctuary obtain a solar installation that will help defray its energy costs.

The San Francisco-based nonprofit Everybody Solar announced in September that it would crowd-source a new commercial solar project for the 120-acre Wildlife Associates, which cares for animals unable to survive in the wild, and provides educational programs in the Bay Area.

Fundraising efforts were kicked off with a mid-September charity mixer in San Francisco in conjunction with National Wildlife Day. The next fundraiser is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon on Nov. 8, at Wildlife Associates, located at 1794 Higgins Canyon Road in Half Moon Bay. This free event will present some of the animals sheltered at Wildlife Associates and includes discussion of the organization’s educational programs and its focus on sustainability and conservation.

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