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Community Energy Project presents… DIY Winter Weatherization

Public Meeting
A Fix-It Fair workshop... at home!
Available Online

Connection Instructions

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. You can also join the event live on Facebook.

The DIY Weatherization workshop has been helping Portland area residents reduce their home energy usage since 1979. This workshop teaches low-cost energy saving techniques for renters and homeowners alike. Learn how to save money and energy, stop drafts, and prevent mold. Qualified participants will receive a free kit of materials to lower energy costs and stay warmer in their homes during the colder months.

Have questions you want answered? Email them to fixitfair@portlandoregon.gov and we'll make sure they're covered!

More about Community Energy Project

Community Energy Project believes that everyone deserves a safe, healthy, and efficient home, regardless of income. We do this through educational workshops, direct home repairs and energy upgrades.

Presented as part of Fix-It Fair… at home!

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Brought to you by City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability with gracious support from our sponsors: Energy Trust of Oregon, Pacific Power, Portland Bureau of Transportation, and Portland Water Bureau.

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