Tune in today for my discussion with Ron Hixson and Hans Glenn with Earthcraft Construction about an upcoming straw bale building workshop and Earthcraft’s history of green building. Earthcraft completed a LEED for Homes Gold certified home in the Boise foothills back in 2007. Are you curious about the details of straw bale construction or green home building in general? Tune in to learn more.
1 day, public workshop today at Boise City Hall discussing sustainable sites, development practices, and water resource conservation & management. For those unable to attend, findings and recommendations will be presented from 5-7 pm in the City Hall Foothills Conference Room.
Today I’ll be talking with USGBC Idaho founding board member Bruce Poe with Modus Architecture. Bruce has been involved with sustainable design and the U.S. Green Building Council for quite some time here in Idaho and we’ll discuss his history of involvement and philosophy of design and where the development industry is headed.
Tune in to Building a Greener Idaho today at Noon on Radio Boise. Stream it live through their website or on 89.9 FM in the Treasure Valley or 93.5 FM in Boise.
We’ll be talking today at noon with Izak Dunn, the assistant director of Debate at Arizona State University about both collegiate debate in general and how his students have navigated this year’s topic:
Resolved: The United States Federal Government should substantially reduce restrictions on and/or substantially increase financial incentives for energy production in the United States of one or more of the following: coal, crude oil, natural gas, nuclear power, solar power, wind power.
Tune in to 89.9, 93.5, or live stream the conversation here:
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