Are Your Utility Bills a Budget-Buster?
Are you interested in how you can save money?
Learn how to make your home eco-efficient at a FREE energy efficiency workshop at the Madison County Pubic Library in Marshall. Presenter Eliza Laubach of Appalachian Voices will discuss practical approaches to energy efficiency and how living in an energy-efficient home can save you up to 30% on energy bills, compared to your neighbors. At this timely, informative event you'll learn:
- How your home uses energy
- Inexpensive ways to save energy
- How to prioritize when considering higher-cost improvements
A discussion of current available resources, including those offered by French Broad Electric EMC, will follow.
Thursday, March 24th
Madison County Public Library
1335 N. Main St.
Open to the public
Bring your friends, neighbors and family
Eliza Laubach is an Energy Savings Community Outreach Associate with Appalachian Voices. Hailing from the Midwest after spending her childhood in Washington state, Eliza says her heart has now been captured by the Blue Ridge Mountains. Her early years in the lush, mountainous Pacific Northwest created a foundation for environmental stewardship, an unrelenting curiosity in the natural world, and a deep honor for water bodies. From working on farms learning permaculture and herbalism, to writing for a nature magazine and a newspaper, her passions are diversely channeled. Eliza joined Appalachian Voices as an AmeriCorps outreach and communications associate for the 2014-2015 year, where she focused on communicating to North Carolina communities about energy efficiency and climate change empowerment.
Hosted by the Friends of Madison County Library