Learning from Our Elders: Culturally and Environmentally Responsive Design for Tribal Communities «
Sustainable design and construction offer tribal communities many benefits: control over energy costs, more durable and healthy housing, and a lighter environmental footprint. This 2-day HUD-sponsored training uses real-life case studies of award-winning culturally and environmentally responsive tribal architecture to explore issues of sustainable residential and community construction. Trainer Architect Daniel Glenn will draw on his work in tribal communities including the Little Big Horn College campus; the Puyallup Tribe’s Place of Hidden Waters, the 2012 LEED® for Homes Project of the Year; the LEED® Platinum University of Montana Native American Center; his work for the HUD Sustainable Construction in Indian Country Initiative; and projects published in the 2013 book, New Architecture on Indigenous Lands. Training may include tours of local tribal sustainable construction.
Who should attend: housing directors, maintenance specialists, project developers, construction specialists, planners, housing commissioners, tribal executive branch members, tribal energy specialists, nonprofit housing development organizations, and others interested in sustainable building.
December 10 and 11, 2013
Little Big Horn College Cultural Center, Crow Agency, MT
Registration for the workshop is FREE. Registration information, including FAQ, is available at: http://registration.firstpic.org/Sustainable. Attendees are responsible for arranging and covering the costs associated with their own travel and lodging. For further information, please contact FirstPic, Inc. by phone at 202-393-6400 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For attendees who need lodging, the Super 8 Hardin Hotel is offering a room block at government rate of $83. Please say that you are attending the HUD Training and book by December 5th.
Super 8 Hardin Motel
201 West 14th Street
Hardin, MT 59034
Group Code: HUD Training