Pilot LDS meetinghouses proving 'green' is good
Lessons learned from pilot "green" meetinghouses, including one in Farmington and one in Eagle Mountain, are being applied in new LDS Church buildings throughout the world, says Jared Doxey, director of architecture, engineering and construction for the church.
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#1 Mar 29, 2011
Great...maybe members can learn how to incorporate some green into their own homes.
#2 Mar 30, 2011
The only "green" they're interested in seeing in meetinghouses is the ever-increasing influx of "green" - from the members' pockets straight to the coffers of the SLC COB.
Anything else is just noise on the line...
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