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Join Asheville GreenWorks, GO and the Housing Authority as we celebrate Arbor Day on April 27th by planting apple trees, blueberry bushes and shade trees around the historic Reid Center grounds.  The planting will be dedicated to Arthur Edington who served as the last Principal when the W.C. Reid Center was still a school. 

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Member Profile – Stephen Hallum: A Recipe For Success

Stephen Hallum

Stephen Hallum is a true Ashevillian, self-motivated, ambitious, and also a graduate of the Kitchen Ready program. Cooking has always been a part of his life, but he didn’t realize just how much it would come to influence his career.


Since graduating from Kitchen Ready he has been cooking healthier (but just as tasty!) alternatives at home.

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Success of Green Streets energy savings program


In September 2013 we launched a 3 month energy saving program called Green Streets. The program offered free residential workshops on energy saving behaviors and techniques.


Our workshops were based on Clean Energy Durham’s Pete Street model. Residents learned (1) how household energy is typically used and wasted, (2) no-cost and low-cost ways to reduce home energy bills, and (3) easy do-it-yourself energy saving projects.

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