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Anthony Wurl left a comment for Michael Zieve
"Dear Michael, Hello! I’d like to mention two things: Purdue Energy Forum and the 4th Annual Richard G. Lugar Energy Summit on September 14th, 2012. Please visit our Homepage for more info or our AGreenerIndiana page for the Summit information."
Jul 17, 2012
Jack Given left a comment for Michael Zieve
"As a member of Greener Indiana and a NWI resident, I thought you might be interested in the PCBA Green Homes on Parade in the first NAHB Certified Green Community in the country. Go to www.pcbaonline.com for more information. While at that site,…"
Sep 2, 2009
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Greener Construction Techniques

It is interesting that the construction of houses has remained largely unchanged over the years. In this group the purpose is to discuss some of the new techniques that are coming down the pipe.See More
Aug 19, 2009
Michael Zieve is now a member of A Greener Indiana
Aug 19, 2009

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About Me:
I am an earth plaster artisan, artist and decorative painter.
I've been applying American Clay plasters for 2 years. The 'greenest' and most pleasing wall finish for interior spaces. Have been a decorative painter and artist for over 25 yrs.
My artwork, paintings and pastels are spiritually based along nature themes, meditation, renewal, and injustice.
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http://www.zievestudios.com, www.michaelzieve.com

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At 2:27pm on July 17, 2012, Anthony Wurl said…

Dear Michael, Hello! I’d like to mention two things: Purdue Energy Forum and the 4th Annual Richard G. Lugar Energy Summit on September 14th, 2012. Please visit our Homepage for more info or our AGreenerIndiana page for the Summit information.

At 1:57am on September 2, 2009, Jack Given said…
As a member of Greener Indiana and a NWI resident, I thought you might be interested in the PCBA Green Homes on Parade in the first NAHB Certified Green Community in the country.

Go to www.pcbaonline.com for more information.

While at that site, check out the 2nd Living Green Expo we’re holding in conjunction with IVY TECH this fall. We’re looking for a wide range of representatives from the community for participation.

If you’d like more information or to be involved, e-mail me at jackgiven@comcast.net
At 3:36pm on August 20, 2009, A Greener Indiana said…
Thanks for joining www.AGreenerIndiana.com . We over 1400 businesses, groups and individuals who are sharing knowledge and ideas to make Indiana a little bit greener!

I really like your paintings and your sites, but the way it is in your profile, your link won't automatically work.

Please take a second to check out the help section. You will find a good getting started guide and you will find answers to commonly asked questions.

If you like the site be sure to invite your friends. There is a useful invitation tool provided on the site.

If you have any other questions please let me know.

Talk to you later!
 
 
 

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