Kristin Braziunas is the Assistant Director of the Oberlin Project, with a focus on climate change, energy, and local food projects. She also serves as Oberlin Project liaison to the Board of Providing Oberlin With Efficiency Responsibly (POWER), Commissioner on the Public Utilities Commission for the City of Oberlin, and Treasurer for the Bill Long Foundation,
a public foundation that awards small grants for causes with a community benefit. A graduate of Oberlin College’s Environmental Studies Program, she has spent the past five years working on many collaborative projects with City and College officials, local non-profits, and local small businesses.

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What is the Oberlin Project on the ground? Today, it is trying to finish this article before grabbing a beer at Oberlin’s local bar to brainstorm the long-term business plan for energy efficiency. Two months ago, it was hanging out at the Produce Auction, in the nearby town of] Homerville, watching wholesale produce buyers war […]

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