How to be green

How to be green

Local college introduces classes on how to enter green jobs market
Judy Fosdick, a weatherization instructor at Southwest Colorado Community College, shows Marcy McKeon, with Housing Solutions for the Southwest, on how to use a thermal camera at Osprey Packs in Cortez on Wednesday during a energy audit training class.
The display on the thermal camera detects the cooler temperatures coming from the door at Osprey Packs. Southwest Colorado Community College is boosting efforts to train workers in green jobs as more and more business look to lower their carbon footprint and energy costs.
Susan Herrera, a member of the Green Team, at Osprey Packs in Cortez, looks on as Tim George, owner of ZL Construction, and Connie Gordon, owner of Responsive Design and Architecture, measure blueprints of the Osprey building during a Southwest Colorado Community College energy-audit training class at Osprey Packs in Cortez.

How to be green

purchase
Judy Fosdick, a weatherization instructor at Southwest Colorado Community College, shows Marcy McKeon, with Housing Solutions for the Southwest, on how to use a thermal camera at Osprey Packs in Cortez on Wednesday during a energy audit training class.
purchase
The display on the thermal camera detects the cooler temperatures coming from the door at Osprey Packs. Southwest Colorado Community College is boosting efforts to train workers in green jobs as more and more business look to lower their carbon footprint and energy costs.
purchase
Susan Herrera, a member of the Green Team, at Osprey Packs in Cortez, looks on as Tim George, owner of ZL Construction, and Connie Gordon, owner of Responsive Design and Architecture, measure blueprints of the Osprey building during a Southwest Colorado Community College energy-audit training class at Osprey Packs in Cortez.
Reader Comments
click here to add your event
Area Events