Wanting to Go Green?

The West Coast Green tradeshow and conference has been going on at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Thursday and Friday were pre-registered tradeshow days primarily for people in the construction industry, but Saturday is geared towards homeowners. For a $20 entry fee (advanced registration, otherwise $30 at the door), you can check out the latest available products for ‘greening’ up your home or condo, and hear some inspiring panel discussions on the hows – and the whys – of going green. Take a look at the Saturday event schedule, which includes discussion on the best energy efficiency practices for homeowners, and homeowner case studies that will inspire you to finally install that solar collector, compost bin, or xeriscaping!

(This event isn’t just for homeowners, either. Renters, too, can benefit from learning about natural fiber interior decorating products, and ways to enhance the healthful quality of your living environment.)

2 Comments so far

  1. Sean Hattaway (unregistered) on October 5th, 2006 @ 12:51 pm

    hello! any chance you could share those discussions with us here on this blog?

  2. Nancy (unregistered) on October 5th, 2006 @ 2:21 pm

    I picked up business cards for a lot of interesting products and services, with the intent of researching more online (my small part to reduce marketing waste) so after I sift through a bunch, I’ll do a conglomerate resource post, how’s that?

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