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Attendees left the show “seeing green”

The first-ever Colorado Fall Home Show took place this month at the Colorado Convention Center offering more than 6,000 visitors a variety of ways to renovate, remodel and renew their homes. But what interested attendees the most was the variety of companies emphasizing sustainable living products and services. Walking the floor of the show, it was obvious to see that if you apply yourself, you can incorporate green living products into every inch of your home!

In addition to the 300 exhibitors, two demonstration theaters were busy with experts showing do-it-yourself ways to bring sustainability and energy efficiency into your home, as well as eye catching interior design and remodeling tips. The cooking demonstrations (and samples) were a special treat!

Similar to the Annual Colorado Garden & Home Show, a percentage of the proceeds generated at the Colorado Fall Home Show will further extend grants and scholarships for Colorado’s horticulture industry. CGS has awarded a record breaking amount of more than $500,000 in horticulture grant projects and scholarships for 2008 – 2009 including grants to more than 40 organizations and seven substantial scholarships including a four year, full-ride scholarship.

We are looking forward to the Colorado Garden and Home Show in Denver on February 13-20, 2010.

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