Northwest Indiana Green Building Alliance is an alliance created to promote and educate building professionals and the public about high performance housing and to encourage a greener, healthier, more sustainable living experience in Northwest Indiana.
Legacy Environmental Services, Inc. is a woman-owned, future-focused environmental consulting firm. We work with businesses, industries, schools and municipalities in their efforts to incorporate green, clean and sustainable activities and practices into their everyday existence. Potential areas of improvement are identified … Continued
“Our work as permaculture-training-providers is to guide our students in how to develop the observational skills, the knowledge, and the practical information to create sustainable gardens, homes, landscapes, farms, relationships, and communities – in essence – how to develop a … Continued
Tryon Farm Institute, Inc. (TFI) is an Indiana chartered non-profit land trust and education organization with a mission to connect human and natural communities by promoting habitat diversity and sustainable land husbandry. TFI is controlled by a diverse group of Members … Continued
NIPSCO, with headquarters in Merrillville, Ind., is one of the seven energy distribution companies of NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI). With more than 786,000 natural gas customers and 457,000 electric customers across the northern third of Indiana, NIPSCO is the largest … Continued
As a granite countertop salesperson, Julie would regularly walk past the shop dumpster and notice all of the incredibly beautiful stone that was being thrown away. Unfortunately, up to 30% of a granite slab is disposed of because it’s not large … Continued
Purdue University was selected to participate in the United States Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, a high profile international competition where 20 collegiate teams design, build, and operate solar powered houses. While the competitive aspect of the Solar Decathlon is … Continued
The Green Drinks crowd met tonight at Cornucopia Coffee in Valparaiso. The meeting featured a panel of green building experts and a lively discussion ensued with plenty of questions from the crowd. Sarah Oudman, a green builder, and chairperson of … Continued