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Center for Energy and Environment marketing manager, Judy Thommes, right, hands out light bulbs along with air sealing tools to Park Rapids mayor Nancy Carroll at Saturday's workshop held at the River Heights Apartments. (Riham Feshir / Enterprise)

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Little by little, Larry and Zelda Novak hope to significantly reduce their energy costs and increase the value of their home.

They're working on getting new windows, they installed low-flow showerheads, they're washing more clothes in cold water and they're using compact florescent light bulbs.

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