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Published on March 31st, 2010 | by tonysirna

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Dancing Rabbit Blogathon Wrap Up

Ziggy (foreground) and Jeff blog away during the Pedal-Powered Blogathon

Ziggy (foreground) and Jeff blog away during the Pedal-Powered Blogathon

Editor’s note: Many thanks to Dancing Rabbit co-founder Tony Sirna for providing this wrap-up post! We’ll also be doing the prize drawing very shortly, and announce those winners.

The Sustainablog Pedal Powered Blogathon to benefit Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage was a huge success.  We had a great time at Dancing Rabbit and at the Milkweed Mercantile Eco-inn and stayed up for 24 hours straight and wrote 40 blog posts! Even more we raised over $8,000 to support Dancing Rabbit’s sustainability outreach and education programs.

Its Not Too Late to Donate to Dancing Rabbit

Its not to late to lend your support to Dancing Rabbit with a donation towards their outreach efforts. Our goal was to reach $10,000 for the blogathon, and with your help we can still do it.

Your donation will help Dancing Rabbit share the experience of sustainable living with the world and help them teach people the skills necessary to reduce their ecological impact by as much as 80%. Every year hundreds of people come to Dancing Rabbit to experience sustainable living. Help them reach even more people by donating today.

Read It All Here

Here are links to all the blogathon related posts, for your reading enjoyment. Its not too late to comment or share these with friends. Enjoy!

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped out with the blogathon.  We couldn’t have done it without all the amazing guest posts and without you our readers.

And thanks to all who donated to Dancing Rabbit. Your dollars will go a long way towards promoting sustainability.



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