Green Living in Woodcroft

January 27, 2010 at 4:16 pm Leave a comment

Woodcroft is criss-crossed by an extensive network of trails, and connects to the American Tobacco Trail.


Thirty-eight Woodcroft neighbors turned out on the cold and rainy evening of January 21st to hear from Clean Energy Durham representatives how to organize a neighborhood energy group and to discuss other green activities. Sponsored by the new neighborhood group Green Living in Woodcroft, the gathering generated numerous ideas about moving forward with a “neighbors helping neighbors” model. As a result of the meeting, several Woodcroft volunteers are working with Clean Energy Durham to plan neighborhood workshops on no-cost and low-cost ways to save energy.

Entry filed under: Woodcroft.

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