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Get a jump on your green New Year’s resolutions by getting the
knowledge today to help you create a green 2010. Visit Eco-Home™ for the last Eco-Home Tour of 2009 on Sunday, December 20th
from 2 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.
On the Eco-Home tour you'll see
home energy and water conserving technology a productive urban food garden and
orchard plus many simple, common sense
tips that will help turn any house
into an eco-home.

The Eco-Home tour is an experiential introduction to sustainable
urban living. Participants will
pick up ideas for home weatherization before the cool winter, water and energy
conservation, solar energy and non-toxic cleaning products that will help them
make their homes greener, healthier and more cost effective.

The tour is conducted by Eco-Home Network, a non-profit
organization dedicated to educating the public on making lifestyle choices that
protect the environment and improve quality of life. Eco-Home is located in the
Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. Call 323-662-5207 for reservation and
directions. Requested donation for the tour is $10 per person. Please make your
reservations by the Friday before the tour.

For more information, visit our website at ecohome.org.

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