BRATTLEBORO, Vt. – SEON recently received a $750 grant from the Crosby-Gannett Fund at the Vermont Community Foundation. The grant will help further SEON’s mission of promoting high performance homes and energy efficiency by presenting a series of public forum on related topics.
SEON became a 501(c)(3) charitable corporation in 2015. One of our key services is to provide the public access to quality education with regard to green buildings. Homes are becoming more complex, and an informed public will have the expectations that our workforce can design and build houses that are energy efficient, durable, geared toward renewable energy, healthy, safe, and comfortably situated in the local landscape. It will be the demands of the public that will play a large part in transforming our economy to as close to fossil free as possible.
The Cosby-Gannett Fund at the Vermont Community Foundation supports endeavors that contribute to the betterment and vitality of the Brattleboro area.