Cannabis Grown Green: Less Water and Energy

August 10, 2015  6-8:00 P.M

Ryals Special Event Room

Rawlings Library

100 Abriendo Ave.

Pueblo, CO

 

Sustainable Cannabis Production, Diminishing Energy and Water Waste: a Hybrid Approach. A program sponsored by Colorado Renewable Energy Society-SE and Sustainable Pueblo

Contact: t.corlett@cres-energy.com 719-330-3360

According to Dr. Larry Kinney, a Boulder, CO building scientist, marijuana can be grown inside more efficiently resulting in higher quality.

On August 10, 2015, Dr. Kinney, of Synergistic Building Technologies, will present a program in Pueblo on producing better and higher quality cannabis with less water and energy. The program at Rawlings Library at 6:00 P.M. is intended for cannabis growers, but other indoor growers will benefit.

 

Dr. Kinney has conceived and directed a number of energy research, development, and demonstration projects, including several large commercial greenhouses whose carbon footprints are tiny. He is the co-holder of five US patents and has authored over 200 publications and reports to clients including dozens in the daylighting and greenhouse fields. Larry did undergraduate work in Physics and Philosophy at Davidson and Rhodes colleges and holds a PhD in Philosophy from Syracuse University.

 

An evening with Dr. Kinney is sponsored by Colorado Renewable Energy Society (CRES) Southeastern Chapter, and Sustainable Pueblo. The presentation is scheduled from 6:00 to 8:00pm, Wednesday August 10, 2015 at The Rawlings Library, Ryals Special Event Room 100 E. Abriendo, 719-562-5600.

There is no fee to attend the seminar, but a $5 donation is appreciated.

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