As part of our commitment to renewable energy with <strong>Bullfrog Power</strong>, The Organic Box—along with the bullfrogpowered community—has supported more than 50 community-based renewable energy projects across Canada. One of the most recent community projects is a solar power installation with the Montana First Nation, located in central Alberta. <a href=""><img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-5351" src="/media/original_images/MFN-2-1024x768.jpg" alt="MFN 2" width="680" height="510" /></a> The Montana First Nation (MFN) is looking to renewable energy to bring new prosperity to the community. Last year, the MFN launched a renewable energy development company to install a unique solar and wind project on its band office. Their goal is to help support other First Nation communities in their transition to renewable energy and to use their work as a case study for future initiatives. Thanks to bullfrogpowered individuals and organizations, Bullfrog Power was able to provide meaningful funding to support a second solar installation on the roof of the community water treatment plant. In addition, Bullfrog will be supporting a training program for local youth to provide them with the skills to set up a solar installation and the opportunity to start work in the green building industry. <a href=""><img class="aligncenter wp-image-5352 size-large" src="/media/original_images/MFN-1024x768.jpg" alt="Installing the solar panels" width="680" height="510" /></a> The new solar project, launching later this month, will also include a LED lighting retrofit and further training opportunities for youth in the community. The MFN solar journey is just one of the many projects that <strong>The Organic Box</strong>’s support for renewable energy through Bullfrog is helping to achieve. To learn more about this and other projects, visit <a href="" target="_blank"></a>.