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Green Gab Podcast | Affordable Does Not Mean Cheap

 
Nov. 30, 2016 | by Marla Esser

Habitat for Humanity helps many people have a home of their own.  Gabbing with Michelle Woods with Habitat for Humanity- St. Charles. To date, Habitat for Humanity - St Charles has built 75 homes, all to green building principles.  Michelle says "Green Building is common sense building." The vision of Habitat for Humanity- International is "a world where everyone has a decent place to live." Using green building techniques allows Habitat to build affordable homes yet affordable does not necessarily mean cheap. It means smart and sustainable, and less expensive to operate and maintain.

Catch the Gab on this week’s podcast.  

Every week on iTunes and The Green Gab Podcast, get the gab with us as we share what we’ve done, as well as tips for greening up your home, your job, your family and your life!  Get in on the gab for why green matters – to you, your family and friends and your community.

For more information about the show, Marla at marla@thegreenhomecoach.com or Tony at tpratte@thesoundroom.com

I’d love to speak at your next event – for ideas check out my speaking information.  Thank you and have a great day.

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Marla Esser / Marla works with home builders, architects and homeowners to differentiate their homes with the value and benefits of green or high performance. From her work creating an online owners’ manual for green and greener homes to her work in national and local businesses, groups and associations, she has learned about linkages between homes, people and businesses. Marla offers a unique perspective of these connections and linkages especially between home building, women in business and homes, as well as entrepreneurial/small business groups. People work with her for this unique perspective to help voice the value and benefits of homes, especially connecting with women in the equation, to sell or invest better and at higher value.
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