It has been an unusually warm fall which has been a welcome reprieve from the start of the expensive heating season. We finally got a bit of snow this past week, making it feel more like winter is really here. Even a little snow accumulation on your roof can give you some great clues on how heat is escaping from your home. If you send us a picture, we can tell you what your roof is trying to say and help you start saving money on your heating bill.

Laurie Osher, president of Osher Environment Systems, spoke at a press conference in Bangor on Thursday. Click here to see what she had to say about reducing our individual carbon impact on the planet.

Fall is approaching but it’s not too late to make changes to cut your winter fuel costs. Many changes are quick, easy and inexpensive but can make a big difference in both your comfort this winter and in your fuel costs.

It is said that it takes a village to raise a child; it takes a global village to steward our planet. What can you do? How can you make a difference?