USGBC MA - Residential Green Building Committee Meeting - Monday, August 8 - Open to All (Please rsvp)

  • 08 Aug 2016
Event Description

Join the USGBC MA Residential Green Building Committee on Monday, August 8, 5:45-8 pm.

GUEST SPEAKER: Michael Chavez, Enterprise Rose Fellow on Greening the Fairmont Corridor. Michael works with the Fairmount/Indigo Line CDC Collaborative to spearhead a sustainable, smart growth agenda along the 9-mile Fairmount commuter rail line in Boston. The line runs through some of the city’s most impoverished and predominantly minority neighborhoods in Dorchester, Mattapan and Hyde Park. Read more about Michael and the project here:

August 8th, 2016 5:45-8:00 PM

50 Milk St, 15th Floor
"Aristotle" Conf Room
Boston, 02109-Boston
United States

The Residential Green Building Committee is focused on improving the housing stock of the Commonwealth by championing green building practices in our communities. Join us on the second Monday of each month to be a part of the movement.

Newcomers are welcome!

Please contact Kimberly Le ( if you are interested in joining this committee or plan on attending an upcoming meeting.

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