Tiny and Recycled Homes This Weekend at Sustainable Home & Garden Show in Eugene, Oregon

tour-a-tiny-house-at-good-earth-home-showjpg-debd12817f3c4429You can’t be sustainable in a giant, drafty house. So visit the 10th Annual Sustainable Home & Garden Show in Eugene Friday-Sunday, Jan. 23-25, and check out products, services and even a tiny house that can help you reduce your impact on Mother Nature.

The free Sustainable Home & Garden Show at the Lane County Fairgrounds will have 225 exhibits on technology to homesteading, more than 65 seminars and information from HGTV Salvage Design Expert Shannon Quimby of Portland, who famously created the first recycled house.

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Show organizers say that Home Pavilion exhibits can help homeowners save money and reduce their carbon footprint. Some exhibits focus on creating a healthier home and community through the reduction of chemicals or improved air quality.

The Garden Pavilion features springtime gardens, high-quality tools, chicken coops, bees, live alpacas, seeds, plants and organic compost.

While at the show, take a tour of a 240-square-foot tiny house…

More info at www.oregonlive.com/hg/index.ssf/2015/01/tiny_house_at_sustainable_home.html

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