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- From: Greg Vendena <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2004 18:39:20 -0500
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THE DETROIT GREENMAP PROJECT PRESENTS
As unified places, landscapes and buildings are more resource efficient, healthy, and regenerative.
This smart integration results in energy efficiency, on-site remediation, healthy indoor air, efficient heating and cooling systems, responsible storm water management, local food production, as well as wonderful places to live and be.
This mini-conference will explore a variety of landscape related concepts, approaches and projects. We are seeking anyone interested in creating healthy and sustainable communities.
lunch and the compiled GREENBUILDING RESOURCE LIST (more than 200 resources) will be provided free to conference attendees.
Wildtype design, native plants and seeds, LTD.
Michigan Native Plant Producers Association
ANDREA KEVRICK, Ph.D.
InSite Design Studio, Inc.
University of Michigan
others to be announced
interactive greenbuilding resource map
related organizations, suppliers, etc.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 9AM-1:30PM
Madame Cadillac Hall
8425 WEST MCNICHOLS
DETROIT, MI 48211
313-927-1200 (for directions only)
Register NOW, AS SPACE IS LIMITED:
please send NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE, EMAIL, along with $20 conference fee (checks payable to Detroit Green Map) to:
Detroit Greenmap: outsideIN
2233 Brooklyn Street (307)
Detroit, MI 48201
for reduced / student rates or for more information call 313-962-4825