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Monday, March 10, 2008

Green lifestyle fair

The following is a release from the Shoreline League of Democratic Women. Vegging Out is presenting it a public service only, not as an advocate for any political party or entity.

The Shoreline League of Democratic Women will hold a Green Lifestyle Fair: Energy Alternatives and Home Products from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. April 5 in the lower level of the Clinton Town Hall. Special guest speakers will be featured in the Rose Room and the Exhibition Hall in the Green Room also will be open.
The free fair will include eight guest speakers and more than 25 exhibitors to offer insight into real world energy alternatives, conservation and efficiency initiatives, and the most pressing challenges affecting the environment today, organizer said. For more information on the event, and for speaker schedules and times, visit the SLDW web site at The SLDW seeks membership from women who live in Clinton, Madison, Guilford, Killingworth, Old Saybrook, Essex, Westbrook, Chester, Deep River, Haddam, East Haddam, Old Lyme, and Lyme.

Green Lifestyle Fair speakers will include: U.S. Rep. John Larson, of the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming; Robert Ferretti, Yale University, Office of Sustainability; state Rep. Betsy Ritter, of the Energy & Technology Committee; Anthony Rish, Gateway Community College, Alternative Fuels and Automotive Technology; Imani Zito, a green conscious consumer and mother of six; Steve Elkin, of Apricus USA, Solar Energy; Richard King, of King Energy Associates, Geothermal Heat; and Richard Hosley Jr., Hale Hill Farm, Biodiesel Fuel.

Green Lifestyle exhibitors include: Hale Hill Farm - Biodiesel Fuel; King Energy Associates - Geothermal heat; Bender Showrooms - Rheem tankless hot water; Middletown Monitor - Monitor thru-wall heaters /Toyotomi oil-fired tankless hot water; Monitor of Bristol - Solatube skylights & solar attic fans; Aegis Electric - Solar / photovoltaic and thermal; Solar Generations - Apricus solar hot water; SolarWrights/WindWrights - Solar /Residential wind; CT Hydrogen-Fuel Cell Coalition; CT Clean Energy Fund; Competitive Resources - CT Energy Efficiency Fund & Energy Star Homes programs; E - The Environment Magazine; Merrill Lynch - Green investing; Lorensen Toyota - Prius hybrid; PACE (People’s Action for Clean Energy); New England Green Building Center; Green Home Solutions; Center for Green Building; ReCONNstruction Center - Reclaimed building materials; Carpetland of NE - Eco-friendly flooring; Foodworks – Green products; Community Energy - Wind, Landfill gas & Low impact Hydro; and more Eco-Friendly representatives from leading companies.


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