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How to design and live in a Green Home while studying for the LEED for Homes AP exam

The following is an outline for a series of classes to pass the LEED for Homes Accredited Professional exam.

We’re creating a series of tours that focuses on how families are living sustainably in their homes. Our goals will be to learn the LEED for Homes Sustainable Categories.

How to design and use a kitchen to make healthy food for your family, while easy to use and clean.
What does a landscape look like that is easy to maintain and grows food? While composting too.
Bathrooms that uses less water and energy, how does that look and feel?
Living rooms that uses less energy and is a multi-use space. What kind of furniture do you need to make a space multi-functional? A place for children to grow up and be themselves?
A garage that can also be a work shop and storage.
How do you use plants to lower the C02 in your bedroom?
How can a homeowner understand the HVAC and water systems in their home? What is it like living with renewable energy?

Guide to Return On Investment for Green Building

June 23, 2011, 1:15 to 2:45 p.m Green Cincinnati Education Advocacy Vendor Session Presentation at Greening The Heartland “Guide to Return On Investment for Green Building” – You’ll learn how to sell Green Building practices and projects to upper management from the people and projects that have done it right here in Cincinnati. Lohre & […]

Home Tour, Seneca Place, Covington KY

• LEED Certification doesn’t have to cost more than a few percent • Even a small home can be LEED • Traditional designs can be LEED • Energy and water savings quickly offset added costs • Manufactured homes help reduce waste and speed construction On track for LEED Gold this row house is a perfect […]