Many thanks to Asgaard Farm & Dairy for the invitation to speak about our turbine at the annual Adirondack Land Trust Meeting today on their farm. Looking forward to getting our next unit installed there! Photo below by acclaimed photographer Nathan Farb.
A little over excited to see parts coming together in the shop! Apparently the devil is in the details, so it is great to see our shop personnel so detail oriented! Below is the stub section under manufacture. Thanks to Mark Hebel for his efforts on this!
We had a great site visit to Asgaard Farm and Dairy, yesterday, to look at potential locations for their DTI turbine. David and Rhonda are terrific hosts and we look forward to working with them in the future. If you happen to be anywhere near Au Sable Forks, be sure to stop in and buy some of their wonderful goat cheese. It is delicious!
Thanks to Mike DaGrossa at Clarkson University for coming by and taking some impromptu video of the students working on the project! The opportunity to get the campus personal working on the project has been a great ‘real world’ experience.
We are happy to announce a strong interest from Asgaard Farm and Dairy in Au Sable Forks, NY in becoming our second customer. The former home of artist, writer, adventurer and political activist Rockwell Kent (1882-1971), Asgaard Farm not only served as the inspiration for many of Kent’s paintings, but was also a working dairy farm. David Brunner and Rhonda Butler acquired the farm in 1988. After working several years to restore the land and buildings, they put the farm back into production in 2003.
Asgaard is a diversified family farm with a goat dairy and creamery at its core. Revolving around these activities are grass-fed and grass-finished beef together with pastured pork, poultry and eggs. For more details, check them out at http://www.asgaardfarm.comor stop by and visit!
We received an early Christmas present from our supplier yesterday! Many thanks to our partner Empire Fibreglass for putting the first duct out to us yesterday. Looking forward to getting Turbine #1 in the air and running!