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9th Annual Build it Green Home Tour!

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Please join us for the ninth annual Build It Green! Home Tour on Saturday, September 25th, 2010, 11am – 5pm, followed by a FREE Info Fair at Ecohaus, 819 SE Taylor, Portland, OR 97214 from 3pm – 7pm. This year the tour and fair are on the fourth Saturday in September.

This year’s tour features twenty-one green remodels and new homes around the Portland metropolitan area, highlighting affordable housing, Passive House Standard and small footprint dwellings. And many of the homes include ecoroofs! Come and be inspired by innovative design, and homeowners and contractors who will share their personal experiences and answer questions. Preview the homes here.

FREE fun, family-friendly information fair follows, with green vendors, demonstrations, food, drink and music.

For information on fair vendor booths contact Susanna Schultz, Ecohaus susannas@ecohaus.com. Booth availability is limited.

Online tickets available and at Ecohaus beginning mid-August.

$15 adults; $10 car-free/students/honored citizens; FREE for children under 14.

Volunteers wanted for the Tour and Info Fair! If you’d like a free ticket to the tour please sign up for a shift.

We look forward to seeing you on the tour in September!

 

The 2010 Build It Green! Home Tour is sponsored by:

MetroEnergy Trust of OregonPortland Water Bureau

BESBureau of Development ServicesOregon Home Magazine

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