The Northwest Green Home tour is made possible by the generous help of many dedicated individuals. If you're passionate about green building and would like to connect with others who share your interests, please join their merry band of fun-loving Green Home Tour volunteers!
The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild is looking for greeters to serve at each of the 20+ tour sites in the greater Seattle region, for 3-4 hour shifts. Please mark your calendar for not just April 28-29 (the tour weekend) but also the Tour’s training/networking event the evening of April 18 as it’s a good idea for greeters to come to that, too. RSVP for the April 18th Orientation Event here.
To register as a volunteer and for additional details, please contact them by clicking this link, firstname.lastname@example.org and you will hear back from Kristy or Julie, their Volunteer Coordinators, in 24-48 hours. They can also provide you with a list of "What to Expect as a Volunteer Greeter" that should answer most of your questions.
Can't volunteer but still want to attend?
This is a two-day event (your admission ticket is good for both days!):
Saturday, April 28, 11am-5pm
Sunday, April 29, 11am-5pm
There is a suggested donation of $10/person. If your budget can't manage that right now, no problem; just choose the free ticket option when you register.
For those of you that can increase your donation and support the EcoBuilding Guild, a 501C-3 organization, please choose the"Tour Lovers" registration option for your generous $25 donation!
The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild is proud to bring you the 2018 Northwest Green Home Tour - Greater Seattle Region. The Tour is your opportunity to see firsthand the many ways that environmentally conscious design and construction can benefit not only the planet as a whole, but your local community, your family, and you!
Green homes can put more money in your pocket by lowering your energy costs or even eliminating them altogether. Durable green building materials require less maintenance. Green homes are healthier homes, with fresher air and fewer toxins. Homeowners also report that their green homes are more comfortable to live in, quieter, and without the cold drafts of standard construction. We hope that you’ll be as inspired as we are by all the innovative ideas, artistry, and craftsmanship you’ll see on the tour. Already, 50% of new homes sold in King County are green. Join us in envisioning a Puget Sound region in which all building is green building.