The Gallatin Valley 2022: Grape or Raisin? – The coming water shortage and how to respond to it” Randy Hafer, High Plains Architects
Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at 7:00PM
Gallatin Valley Earth Day presents “The Gallatin Valley 2022: Grape or Raisin? – The coming water shortage and how to respond to it” by Randy Hafer of High Plains Architects.
Learn how one of Montana’s leading sustainability experts is conserving water. His residence, the Urban Frontier House, is one of only 3 certified residential Living Buildings in the world. His forward-thinking water system has cut daily water usage per person from an average of 86 gallons in the winter (130 in the summer) to 10 gallons year-round (Yellowstone County statistics). This wildly successful experiment is cost-effective and replicable….and much more simple than you might imagine.
About High Plains Architects: Based in Billings, High Plains Architects is dedicated to sustainable architecture in the region. The firm just completed the SxS building at 387 Gallatin Park Drive, Bozeman, MT – the first privately owned LEED Platinum building in Bozeman.
About Randy Hafer: Randy is a licensed architect and LEED accredited professional with a building design and construction specialty. He was made a fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 2014. He holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Stanford University and a Master of Architecture degree from Yale University.