The co-op doesn't simply supply the community with services. The co-op is an integral part of the community! Consolidated's Dan Boysel, Economic Development Manager, will share with listeners ways in which Consolidated is positively impacting lives in our service territory - beyond keeping them warm and out of the dark.
Cord cutting can sound scary at first, with a ton of options and decisions to make, but we hope this podcast will help you find out that cord cutting is surprisingly easy. Join a few of our employees as they talk about their journey in cutting the cord in their own homes.
Safety is one of our main missions here at the co-op. Jaimey Burden, vice president of operations and safety will give an overview of our safety program, and then we will segue into how we want our members to stay safe -- and he will offer some scenarios where listeners might be falling short with regard to safety, and offer steps they can take to secure the safety of themselves and their families.
Enjoy a conversation with Consolidated Arborist David Tidd. Just as listeners are getting ready to discard their Christmas trees (and feeling a little wistful about the passing of the holiday season), enter Consolidated's arborist, David Tidd, with some ideas on what to do with those Christmas trees. He'll also give us hope that spring really isn't that far off by sharing some advice on what listeners who are tree lovers can be doing now to prepare for the spring season.
With winter heating season around the corner, don't wait! Now is the time to prepare to meet those gas and electric bills head on. Join us for a discussion with Missy Kidwell, Senior Service Specialist, about various programs available to help take some of the sting out of the monthly utility bill.
It looks easy enough. Just flick a switch and you have light! But there's more to your electricity than meets the eye. Consolidated's Chief Operating Officer, Tim Applegate, will start at the beginning and give listeners a 101 course in this podcast episode of where the co-op gets its electricity, and how it eventually makes its way to members' homes, garages, and barns.