Our Program is Nearing its End
The sixteen month long Walnut Creek Saves program has one month to go. I’m proud of what we have all accomplished in a little over a year. We reached the City’s goals of consultations completed throughout the year and our goal of better educating the public about conserving energy and water. I hope to see a program like ours for other cities. Many people from Concord, Pleasant Hill, and other cities were interested in our free in-home consultations but could only benefit from the knowledge and toilet dye tablets we offer at our table.
Recently, Kaipo, Kate and I worked at the Diablo Valley Farmers Market near the Shadelands Kaiser offices. Working at farmers markets has always been my favorite due to the local and personal feel to all the different vendors and booths. Most of the booths are family businesses that help boost the local economy, which we help to do as well. Most of the people who attend these events have positive attitudes and are willing to stop at our booth to learn what we are about.
I hope everyone in Walnut Creek that wants a home consultation schedules one sometime this month because we only have until the end of May to complete all consultations. I have enjoyed being a Conservation Coach and have learned much about myself. I recommend high schoolers to take advantage of being a part of an energy and water conserving program if the opportunity arises.
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