The workshop will cover a range of information for houses of worship, including renewable energy installations, energy conservation projects, advocacy, sustainable landscaping and the ethics of sustainability, according to an announcement from Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light.
“People of faith are making great strides to address sustainability issues and looking at it as a moral imperative,” said Tim Darst, executive director of Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light and one of the event organizers.
Seating is limited. Those interested in attending may register at www.kentuckyipl.org. For more information, contact Darst at email@example.com or 210-8920.