Duluth LISC’s At Home Collaborative has put together a list of programs and processes that we can all work on putting into place to help revitalize Lincoln Park. The plan came together in 2012–two years later, what’s the progress been, and where do you want to see more being done? Here are some highlights from the plan, as well as links to the organizations involved in the Collaborative. Use your mouse cursor to hover over any slide to pause the show.
Ecolibrium3 is excited to announce a new grant program available to help low-income Lincoln Park and West Duluth residents switch from heating with fuel oil to natural gas. This grant covers the cost of a new heating system and potential replacement of a household’s hot water heater. Switching from fuel oil to natural gas saves Duluth homeowners an average of $1,062 per year!
This grant program operates on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to secure grant funding, it is important that all forms and information be returned in a complete and timely manner.
If you have questions about this program or the eligibility requirements, please contact Ecolibrium3 at 218-336-1038.