Saturday, June 22, 2013 9A to 5P
“The Tour allows us to show the community some of the amazing work that is being done in our community in an effort to save energy and live greener or more sustainably”
Vendors and informational booths on sustainable topics will be on hand at WWCC’s Water and Environmental Center Saturday June 22 from 9A to 5P. We will have food available for purchase and free kid’s activities(including a workshop by the Home Depot, from 10A to 2P) throughout the day.
At registration, participants will receive their tour booklet with maps directing them to the seven additional tour locations and a chance to win an overnight stay at the Marcus Whitman Hotel. There are eight Tour locations, The Water and Environmental Center, a governmental building, two gardens, two businesses, and two residences. These sites feature energy upgrades, green building practices, and other examples of sustainability. A self-guided tour, participants can visit as many or as few sites as they wish. Tour sites will be open and staffed from 10A to 4P.
TREK(Traveling Renewable Energy Kiosk), presented by Franklin PUD, demonstrating alternative energy components in a home-like setting will be a featured exhibit at the Water Center. Additional activities at the Water Center include booths from Seattle Tiny Homes, Pacific Power(PECI), Cascade Natural Gas, WSU Master Gardeners, Blue Mountain Wildlife, Allegro Cyclery, Earthlight Books, and more. Heating and Air, Insulation, Solar, and Window and Door vendors will be on hand to answer questions about the latest in energy saving products and practices in those areas. Sustainable Living Center’s resident energy expert, Dave Dahlin, will also be on hand to answer questions about home energy efficiency and the Community Energy Efficiency Program.
The Green Home and Garden Tour – It’s what sustainability looks like!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Erendira Cruz and Team