Pilgrim Hot Springs Project - Alaska Center for Energy and Power
Pilgrim Hot Springs Project
Future of Pilgrim Hot Springs Community Supported Agriculture
March 16, 2015
5pm to 7pm
Location: UAF NW Campus
The Chena Hot Springs Resort hydroponic greenhouse grows produce year-round utilizing heat
from the hot springs. Photo credit Denise Ferree, Chena Hot Springs Resort.
Gwen Holdmann, Director
Alaska Center for Energy and Power
Rob Bensin, Manager Renewable
Bering Straits Development
Please join us for a conversation about developing a community supported agriculture
(CSA) program at Pilgrim Hot Springs. This project would be developed in parallel to other
potential development at the site, including export of geothermal power to supply Nome’s
Join us to:
• Learn about community supported agriculture, and ideas for taking advantage of local
geothermal energy to supply produce to Nome and other communities in the region.
• Get an update on the geothermal resource evaluation of the site, and the possibility of
supplying geothermal power to the NJUS grid.
• Provide input on future development of the site.
• Let us know if you are interested in getting involved through volunteering or joining a
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For more information on the
Pilgrim Hot Springs Project,
visit ACEP’s website and
view our projects section.
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