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Eco Home & Garden Tour

Saturday, May 4 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

350 Bay Area is pleased to announce the inaugural Eco Home & Garden Tour.

We invite you to participate and support this new event to demonstrate to the community your commitment to fighting the most important existential crisis of our time.



About the Tour

Owners of five eco-friendly East Bay homes in Berkeley, Kensington and Albany will open their doors to about 100 attendees to showcase their sustainable, carbon footprint reducing home improvements such as water recapture systems, solar panels, sustainable building design and materials, and waste reduction and recycling strategies. A luncheon for participants featuring guest speakers and sponsors will also take place in Berkeley.

Along with educating homeowners, 350 Bay Area hopes the event will inspire community-wide involvement in fighting the climate crisis and raise awareness about climate solutions. The recent IPCC Report is a wake up call that cannot be ignored. The Eco Home & Garden Tour is an opportunity to keep this issue front and center through print and online media and active conversations throughout the community.

We are extremely grateful to the following sponsors of the Eco Home & Garden Tour as of March 27:

  • A-1 Guaranteed Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Adam Wright & Dongxue Yue
  • Arkin Tilt Architects
  • Bachelder Green Builder
  • Beneficial State Bank
  • Beyond Efficiency
  • Celery Design
  • emeraldECO
  • Hassler Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Marc Guay, Kate Wilkes and Coldwell Banker Real Estate Berkeley
  • Zero Impact Architecture
  • Media sponsor: Berkeley Hills Living

And to YOU for joining us!

Want to be a corporate sponsor for this event?

See ticket and sponsorship tiers information here.

NOTE: We are going to the printer on March 29, so make sure to submit your sponsor application ASAP.

Want to help plan this event?

See all of the specific ways to contribute here!



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Saturday, May 4
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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