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May 30, 2012 at 9:30am — 11:30am
| Registered Participants Receive Street Address | Harding Township, NJ 07976
Posted April 25, 2012
Ever wondered what you could do to your home to make it a more environmentally friendly place to live? Join the Great Swamp Watershed Association on Wednesday, May 30, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for a unique tour highlighting the planning and implementation that goes into constructing a LEED-certified home. You don't know that LEED actually stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design? Don't worry, we'll teach you about it and other eco-friendly building terms when you join us on the tour! We will visit an eco-friendly, LEED-certified residence in Harding Township. The property manages 100% of its roofline rain water runoff into a series of rain gardens, and has cisterns that store rain water for use in toilets and hose bibs throughout the main house. In May, the gardens will begin to show their beautiful spring colors! Group size is limited, so register now! Please register online at GreatSwamp.org/EventReg.htm. In order to protect the privacy of our host, only registered participants will receive the location address for this tour. GSWA members participate free. Non-members are asked to make a voluntary donation of $10/adult.
Please register online at GreatSwamp.org/EventReg.htm or call 973-538-3500 for more information. Group size is limited, so register early. In order to protect the privacy of our host, only registered participants will received the street address for this tour.