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Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity earns national award

Posted by: VHFA on 12/29/2010

charlotte homeGreen Mountain Habitat for Humanity has been given the Clarence Jordan Award for a home its building in Charlotte.

Habitat for Humanity International honors just two local chapters a year with the award. There are approximately 1,500 local Habitat affiliates nationwide.

Construction of the house, on Greenbush Road across from the Old Lantern, began in September. Builders are paying special attention to carbon-neutral construction concepts as specified by the Passive House Institute.

Read more about the award in today's Burlington Free Press article and in The Charlotte Citizen.

(Rendering: Albert, Righter & Tittman Architects Inc., Boston)