Category Archives: Green IN Sonoma County

Who Said we’re FULL of Blarney? We have our own Irish “Bail-out” for you all!

  We’ve been over at the Jib-Jab site and came up with some pure Blarney for St. Paddy’s Day! No–it’s NOT Green Beer or short guys running around granting wishes! Check it OUT HERE!

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Donate to the “Tree-A-Thon” for the Laguna De Santa Rosa restoration!

The Tree-A-Thon is a “Win Win!” We are restoring riparian forest on Irwin Creek just upstream from where it empties into the Laguna and at the same time raising needed funds to support our programs.  Restoring riparian forests increases wildlife habitat, improves water quality … Continue reading

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Today’s Show! Laguna Foundation–David Bannister on why we need to preseve the Laguna De Santa Rosa!

Below is from a series of emails I’ve had with David Bannister, our guest today on the Real Estate Hour, as we delve into the large eco-system many of us just call “the laguna”. Over 250 square miles, this vital … Continue reading

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Before Starting Your Next Home Improvement Project….Think “ReStore”

ReStore has moved into their new diggs off of Piner at Industrial.  If you liked their tiny home off of Cleveland, you’ll be thrilled at all the space they now have. If you’ve never been, you really should stop in and peruse their goodies … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Markets blooming with the Season–17 Farmer’s Markets for Sonoma County

17 Sonoma County farm markets to choose from! Thanks to the Press Democrat for compiling these! Spring is the season for Farmer’s Markets! Nothing anchors us to our area more than to see the bounty of our very fertile county … Continue reading

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Pacific Coast Builders Conference–Debuting of “HybridCore Home” –Alternatives to New Homes in Sonoma County, California

Alternatives to New Homes in Sonoma County,California — Debuting of the “HybridCore Home” CaliforniaPacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC ) PCBC is a community of builders and manufacturers, building scientists and architects, environmental engineers and landscape companies, working together to advance … Continue reading

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Our Two Contractor Guests–Ron Dorris and John Sutter Contact Information

Two of Sonoma County’s best contractors and our “Energy Guys” for this year. Here is their contact information: Ron Dorris, Ron Dorris Electric: 707-578-0678  or www.RonDorrisElectricinc.com Full Service Electrical Contractor specializing in Solar Applications through the SCEIP program. John Sutter: ABS … Continue reading

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Going Green this Sunday! SCEIP—Sonoma County Energy Independence Program

“Sonoma County Energy Independence Program” will  kick off the “Green” year of 2010 this Sunday on the Real Estate Hour. Allison Norman, long a “greenie” and neighborhood leader, plus co-host, will be discussing the SCEIP program which stands for “Sonoma … Continue reading

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This Week’s Show-Sonoma County Energy Independence Program

Here in Santa Rosa, California and every City in Sonoma County, we are seeing the implementation of ground-breaking energy inefficiencies on a large scale! This is an ambitious program to save energy on every level and we are embracing the … Continue reading

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