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Are you interested in learning tips and tricks to be more energy efficient? Do you love to impress your friends and neighbors with your amazing knowledge of sustainability? SustainableWorks and Sustainable Seattle invite you to be a part of the Sustainable Neighbors Action Program (SNAP.)  

Through the SNAP training, you will learn how to be more energy and water efficiency in your own home and the know how to talk with your neighbors how to do the same.  The training and materials you will b eprovided will empower your friend and family to save energy, save money, and reduce their carbon footprints.  The training will focus on tips that everyone from renters to homeowners can implement to reduce their energy use.

Join us for a two-part training to learn how to save energy in your own home and gain the tools to share the knowledge with friends and neighbors.  You will walk away with new knowledge and a kit with energy saving tools like CFL bulbs and weatherization strips to make the changes even easier!  Here are the details:

1st Session: October 4th, 6pm to 9pm at Centerstone (formerly CAMP) main office, 722 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 Learn how to save energy in your home and help your friends do the same.

2nd Session: October 6th,  10am to 12pm.  This session will include a hands-on home energy assessment.

The training is free!  We are asking anyone who becomes a SNAP advocate to commit to speaking with friends and neighbors about the training.   At the training, we will help you develop a community outreach plan to talk to your friends and family.  Anyone you talk with will also recieve a kit to make changes at home.

For more information or to sign up for the training, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 206-622-3522. 

The SNAP program is possible through the Climate Action Now grant through the City of Seattleā€™s Office of Sustainability and Environment.