Eco Expo happens tomorrow (April 7) at the downtown Chattanooga Trade and Convention Center. Tricycle will be one of many sponsors presenting information about how to live, work and play green in Southeastern Tennessee. I'm looking forward to the Fuel Efficient Auto and Boat Show which will be part of the Expo.
Last fall, Habitat for Humanity in Chattanooga built its first home to be LEEDs certified. A documentary about the house and the remarkable story of its owners will premiere tomorrow night at the end of the Expo. While ticket cost for the documentary will benefit Habitat for Humanity, admission for the Eco Expo is free to the public. If that's not enough to bring you out for an eco-tastic event, Tricycle's own Jonathan Bragdon will be speaking on The Myth of the "Green" Product at 1:30 p.m. at the Trade Center.

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