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Green Building Supplies in Denver

One of the problems I have with a lot of "green" building ideas is that the products are so specialized you have to get them from across the country. At which point it's not so green anymore...

From elephant magazine I found Sutherlands Lumber which sells all sorts of building products in Boulder and Fort Collins. Not exactly convenient to Denver, but not bad.

They also had some tips for running a "green" business like commercial composting and products made from renewable sources like potatos available from Eco Products.

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Local Green Resources at GenGreen.org

Greg,

If you are looking for local green resources, you should take a look at GenGreen (http://gengreen.org). The site is new, but since it launched in Ft. Collins, there are a large number of businesses, organizations, and individuals in the Denver area using it.

On the technology side, the site has a ways to go. The original social network code was written using Smarty, but I've introduced Drupal behind the scenes using FeedAPI to aggregate green news from thousand of sites and tag it by state, city, and topic.

BTW, if you take a look at the back of latest issue of Elephant or the Elephant site, you'll see out ad dollars at work there too.

I have been to El Salvador

I have been to El Salvador numerous times and have been looking for a GPS to navigate around the country. I saw you were in Suchitoto and have some kind of GPS that you were using. What software would you recommend? I am planning on making another trip to the easter part of the country in the next year.

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