Tips for Greening your events

By: Karran Finlay.

I’m delighted to include an incredibly useful green event resource in today’s blog post. KFM’s guest contributor, Heather S. Teegarden, has kindly allowed us to feature her latest guide that outlines “Tips for Greening Your Events“.

Heather’s guide is a great tool for anyone wishing to green their events, integrate greener business practices into their work, or to simply gain further knowledge in the area of green event management. The guide covers topics such as venue selection, entertainment, decor, and catering and even lists other great green links and resources! This “green tips” guide can be viewed by clicking on the link below.

Tip For Greening Your Events by Heather S. Teegarden

Should you wish instead to have this guide emailed to you directly, simply send us an email at KFM.

Heather S. Teegarden, CSEP

ABOUT HEATHER S. TEEGARDEN, CSEP

Heather is a well-known “green” resource as well as a certified event professional based in Seattle, Washington. She has contributed her event expertise and experience towards efforts at the Volunteer Center of Lewis, Mason and Thurston Counties; the Woodland Park Zoo; the University of Washington; the United Way of Snohomish County; the Pacific Science Center; and was also a recent speaker at the CSEME09(Canadian Special Events and Meetings Expo) in Vancouver. Heather has received industry awards for her proven excellence in the field and is highly regarded for her non-profit organization management.

Further information on Heather S. Teegarden can be found on her LinkedIn profile: LinkedIn/Heather Smith Teegarden, and those interested in contacting Heather directly may do so at: hteegarden@live.com.

Original source:  http://karranfinlay.wordpress.com/2009/12/08/tips-for-greening-your-events-with-a-guest-contribution-by-heather-s-teegarden-csep/

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