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New Meetup: Green Tour @ Half Moon House!

From: Ariane
Sent on: Friday, June 4, 2010 7:22 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Community Green Meetup!

What: Green Tour @ Half Moon House!

When: Thursday, June 17,[masked]:00 PM

Half Moon House
3 Walnut Street
Madison, NJ 07940

Are you a Designer, Architect, Builder or how about a curious green minded Home Owner? Well, whatever your background, this exciting event is one not to miss! Join Community Green as we host our FIRST ever Green Home tour! The owners, designers and builders of the beautiful and creative Half Moon House in Madison are generously opening their doors to our members and friends for a first hand look at their LEED certified home!

With a BA from Boston Architectural College and masters degrees from Harvard and the University of Texas, Austin, architect Chris Kellogg dates his interest in energy efficient building to his undergraduate days. Experienced in corporate, health-care, institutional and residential architecture, and having studied and practiced interior design, he brings a seasoned professionalism to his work. His partner, artist/writer Helen Kaar, began designing her own house in high school. A graduate of Columbia University, she shares Kellogg?s commitment to sustainability.

Together, they are building a green, sustainable, LEED certified home for themselves in Madison NJ. They call it Half Moon House. Here?s how they express it: ?Preserving the planet overarches the many challenges that face us. Without this there is no hope for equity and justice in our dealings with each other. Today, green, sustainable building is a practical necessity and a spiritual imperative. We can feel powerless facing such great issues, yet we ordinary Americans are the most privileged people to have walked the earth. Although none of us can do everything, surely we can all do something.?

Snacks will be served, street parking opposite the Central Ave. School on Walnut St. and on DeHart Pl.

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