The 2011 Western North Carolina Green Building Directory out today

What’s the latest in local green construction and renovations? Want to know how to green your home without spending too much green? The 2011 Western North Carolina Green Building Directory, published by Mountain Xpress in collaboration with the WNC Green Building Council, has over 100 pages of green-building news, tips, construction guidelines and profiles of local builders. We’ve expanded the “How-to” section and added a new “Spotlight” feature, highlighting seven local business that “went solar.”

Also new this year, the Green Building Directory now includes Boone, N.C., with a number of feature articles on our neighbor to the east.

Look for the new placard on the nearest Xpress distribution box. This year’s cover features a home designed by Scott W. Bartholomew Architecture and built by Doug Keefer (SAGE Builders). The photo is by Peak Definition.



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