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Green Expo event at Fairgrounds will feature 50 exhibitors, vendors

Andrew Kayner watches as Griffin Myers applies a coat of adobe to an interior wall of the house Kayner and Jennifer Wrenn are building on County Road 237. The exterior walls are 24 inches thick – 17 inches of adobe and 7 inches of perlite, an insulating volcanic glass. The construction materials, a geothermal heat pump and passive solar system that are being incorporated into the house are typical of the practical topics that will be on display and under discussion Saturday and Sunday at the Four Corners Green Living Expo at  the County Fairgrounds.

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Andrew Kayner watches as Griffin Myers applies a coat of adobe to an interior wall of the house Kayner and Jennifer Wrenn are building on County Road 237. The exterior walls are 24 inches thick – 17 inches of adobe and 7 inches of perlite, an insulating volcanic glass. The construction materials, a geothermal heat pump and passive solar system that are being incorporated into the house are typical of the practical topics that will be on display and under discussion Saturday and Sunday at the Four Corners Green Living Expo at  the County Fairgrounds.

Green Living Expo

The Four Corners Green Living Expo is a fundraiser for the Sustainability Alliance of Southwest Colorado. More than 50 exhibitors ranging from home builders to eateries to automobile dealers to chiropractors are ready to explain how their business relates to green.


Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. The event will take place at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. Admission is $2; children younger than 12 are free. Admission for the Saturday night keynote speaker, Randy Udall, is $5.


For more information, including a list of workshops on Saturday and Sunday, visit www.4cornersgreenliving.com.




 

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