Solar Pump donated by Invenergy

Invenergy, Buckeye Wind Energy Center has donated a dual batch compost tumbler and a solar pump to TMP-Marian’s Garden Club, as a part of the Invenergy Impact in conjunction with the Project Life Cycle Task Force.

More details about Invenergy’s commitment to environmental responsibility, supporting our communities, and building a strong team can be found in the Impact Report:

Invenergy, Buckeye Wind Energy Center is hopeful the TMP-Marian High School’s FFA/AG will join us in a Project Life Cycle Task Force. The goal is to implement a Community Garden at each of the high schools, or a selected area, in Ellis County.

The project would educate and allow the students to learn about sustainability while helping their community, and earning community service hours.

Invenergy is prepared to provide a compost tumbler and spreader, hoses, rakes, shovels, rainwater containers, and above-ground planter boxes, and starter seeds.

Thank you to Invenergy for the wonderful donation.