Do you spend a lot on heat and still feel cold? On Tuesday, February 12 from 1:30-2:30 pm, Cynthia Grippaldi from the Center for EcoTechnology in Pittsfield will host an informal talk in the Wild Oats cafe, on how to reduce heating bills and still stay warm and comfortable. She will discuss basic building science and share various ways to make your home more energy efficient including insulation, air sealing, and alternatives to window replacement. She will also go over financial incentives available to achieve these goals. The workshop is free and open to all. Please bring your questions as the workshop will allow time for Q&A and sharing. Also, bring along your electric bill and sign up for New England Green Start!
Winter Energy Savings Workshop Feb. 12, 1:30-2:30 PM
Value for Individuals & Families
Through our Basic Goods Program we offer the kitchen staples you use often for the best prices we can afford. More than 150 items are covered by this program. They include many varieties of cereals, pasta, crackers, fruit spreads, nut butter, canned goods, juices, oils, baby foods, milk and yogurt, in addition to essential personal care items like soap, shampoo and toothpaste.
When you visit our store, look for the red "Basics" shelf tags. These tags signify that the product is a Basic Goods product, and that you will be receiving Wild Oats' best price on it.
Healthy Food for All
The goal of this program is to make fresh, healthy and delicious food affordable for everyone, regardless of their income. People who qualify for the program receive a 10% discount on store purchases, excluding consignment items, beer and wine purchases, and special orders, each time they shop at Wild Oats. Download more information about the Healthy Food for All program and an application.