Green Home & Living Guide hits newsstands this weekend

The Green Home & LIving Guide (formerly known as the Green Building Directory) has arrived! The annual guide is published in partnership with Mountain Xpress.

Press release

From Western North Carolina Green Building Council

Asheville, NC (March 11, 2013) – The Western North Carolina Green Building Council will launch it’s annual ‘Green Home & Living Guide’ at the 2013 WNC Home Lawn & Garden Show held at the US Cellular Center in downtown Asheville this coming weekend, March 15-17th.

The Green Building Council, located on the Carolina Concourse level in booth61, will have their annual guide hot of the press for show attendees to pick up. The release of the 2013 guide has been much anticipated with the addition of green living resources.

This directory focuses on healthy choices, environmentally friendly construction, valuable concepts, sustainability practices, community and more. The Green Building Directory has been the primary tool for education, outreach and expanding the green building industry in this region for the past ten years. This free directory, produced by Mountain Xpress and the Western North Carolina Green Building Council, provides a non-biased resource of the latest information on both green building and green living.

Copies of the guide will be available for the general public at the home show free of charge.For more information about the Western North Carolina Green Building Council or the Green Home & Living Guide, visit www,

About WNC Home, Lawn & Garden Show:
The 38th Annual WNC Home, Lawn & Garden Show will be held at the U.S. Cellular Center in downtown Asheville March 15-17, 2013, featuring products and services for the home and garden. The spring show will feature Antique Appraising by nationally acclaimed Brunk Auctions, Do-It-Yourself classes, John Andretti and more. Visit for more information.


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