Oxford, MI - On Saturday, March 3, from 1- 4 pm, Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center is hosting a seminar: GREEN BUILDING AND REMODELING with Wayne Appleyard
If you are thinking of renovating or improving your home, this seminar is where to start. Learn how you can save energy while having less impact on the environment without sacrificing aesthetics or quality of life. The seminar will investigate the use of green building materials, energy and water conservation, day-lighting, renewable energy, and other ways to move closer to a carbon-neutral life.
Wayne Appleyard is an architect and co-founder of Sunstructures Architects in Ann Arbor. He has been designing energy-efficient, passive solar buildings since the mid 70s. Early work included the Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center and countless passive solar houses. More recent projects include The Leslie Science Nature House in Ann Arbor and Michigan's first two cohousing communities: Sunward and Great Oak, among others.
The seminar will include a free Energy Tour of Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center, a Michigan Energy Demonstration Center.
Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing experiences that teach and promote sustainable and responsible relationship with the natural world and each other. The Center facility is a demonstration model of energy-efficiency, ecological design and renewable energy applications including wind & solar electricity and a living 'green' roof.
Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center
2375 Indian Lake Road
Oxford, Michigan, 48370
$10 (payable at the door)
Advance registration is highly recommended via e-mail at email@example.com or by calling 248-693-1021.
To Register or For More Information:
Visit our website at www.uheac.org