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03/25/2010: ""


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Rehab Green is a one-day seminar ($-17-10) for historic property owners, building contractors, historic preservation professionals and anyone advocating for sustainable communities. Space is limited, early registration is recommended.

Registration: San Juan Island residents $20. All others $30.
Registration includes a catered lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. For more information call or write: Sandy Strehlou, 360 378-2810; or sstrehlou@fridayharbor.org

Agenda

Rehab Green will cover practical green building strategies, examine successful rehab projects, outline energy conservation rehab and audit strategies, give updates on current weatherization rebate programs-and more!

8:30am Registration, Coffee

9:00am Session One: Sustainable “Green” Rehabilitation and Historic Preservation: Oxymoron or Practical Strategy?

10:00am Session Two: Historically Sensitive Green Rehab. This session will cover examples of successful, real-life rehab projects.

12:00pm Lunch: Catered lunch using food from local farms prepared by Chef Paul Stevens, formerly of Coho restaurant.

1:00pm Session Three: Dollars and Sense I: Practical Rehab Strategies - Getting the Biggest Bang for the Buck.

2:00pm Session Four: Reality Check: Applying “Sustainability to Your Project.” A panel discussion answering participant questions. Panelists include:

* Alistair Jackson, O’Brien and Company
* John Davies, Director, Building Performance Center, Bellingham Opportunities Council
* Stephen Matheson, Historical Architect, WA State Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation

3:30pm Session Five: Dollar and Sense II: Energy Audits, Rebate Programs and other incentives. This session will introduce the range of energy audits available, from simple to complex, and cover the methods and technologies used to produce them.

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