Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Annual Bensonwood Fundraiser Benefits Fall Mountain Food Shelf

Fall Mountain Food Shelf director, Mary Lou Huffling and Bensonwood events committee members, (L to R) Jeffery Starratt, Kevin Bittenbender, Huffling and Erik Walker, next to a carload of donated food. Photo by Patrick Ziselberger by Rick Reynolds With winter fast approaching, the proceeds from Bensonwood’s annual fundraiser could not have come at [...]

November 14th, 2014|0 Comments

Deep Energy Retrofits vs. Building New

Living Green: Should I Build New, or Retrofit an Existing home? by Rick Reynolds At some point in every owner/builder’s decision making, there comes a critical calculation: Do I build a new home on my own land, or buy an existing one. And if that existing home is poorly constructed or simply outdated, how will [...]

November 5th, 2014|0 Comments

Tedd Benson Keynotes Northwest EcoBuilding Guild Conference

by Rick Reynolds Green building is not a stagnant goal, but rather a rapid-moving evolutionary process. The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild plays an active role in that evolution, working to turn back carbon emissions, become self sustaining, contribute to local economies, and promote health and community. Forward looking, the Guild’s mission is “Advancing a 200-year perspective [...]

November 5th, 2014|0 Comments