Small Louisiana Town Leads the Way on Renewable Energy

Abita Springs Takes the Lead on Renewable Energy
The Krewe de Renew at the Abita Springs Push Mow Parade in Louisiana.
Mayor pledges transition to 100 percent renewable energy by 2035

Residents of Abita Springs, Louisiana, take pride in its beauty—the historic downtown, a town hall that dates back to 1890, and the surrounding natural environment, which they hope to preserve along with the small town’s atmospheric charm.

So when Margie Vicknair-Pray, the conservation projects coordinator for the Sierra Club’s Delta Chapter, told the Abita Springs mayor, Greg Lemons, about the Club’s Ready for 100 campaign, he was enthusiastic. At a town…

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