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NW EcoBuilding Guild Thanks Richard Kuhnel & Christopher Gronbeck

The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild, and its past and current Board members, would like to give a heartfelt thanks to Richard Kuhnel and Christopher Gronbeck for their hard work and dedication in developing, enhancing and maintaining the Guild’s web presence over the past decade.
Jun 06, 2011

The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild, and its past and current Board members, would like to give a heartfelt thanks to members Richard Kuhnel and Christopher Gronbeck for their hard work and dedication in developing, enhancing and maintaining the Guild’s web presence over the past decade.

Richard Kuhnel’s work began when he stepped up and volunteered to re-work, enhance the functionality of, and maintain the Guild’s very first website. Richard ensured that Guild would not only be able to continue to grow, educate and promote itself professionally online, but set the stage for the development of the Guild’s second website.

Christopher Gronbeck joined the Guild’s web team in preparation for the development of our second website. Christopher worked beyond his contract to understand the needs of the Guild and the desires of the board and its chapters while developing the site. His consulting role continued, and he developed functionality that became key to the operation of the Guild, and worked closely with Richard until the present site was developed.

With the launch of the Guild’s latest website in the fall of 2010, we bid farewell to both Richard Kuhnel and Christopher Gronbeck as the organization’s web consultants, but will miss their tireless dedication and ingenuity in this capacity. Without the long hours and quality work of these two individuals, the Guild would quite simply not be as successful as it is today.

Richard Kuhnel is the founder of Gentle Harvest in Sandpoint, Idaho, and combines working with nature, people and neighborhoods to establish human systems that are a harmonious part of the bioregional ecology.  He is also actively involved in the Sandpoint Transition Initiative, which aims to create a sustainable, resilient, and vibrant community in the greater Sandpoint area.

Christopher Gronbeck is the founder of Sustainable By Design in Seattle, WA, and provides solar engineering, green building consulting, graphic design, and web site design and programming services, primarily within the sustainable energy and architecture fields.

We look forward to a continued relationship, and ongoing collaboration with, both of these amazing sustainability advocates.

THANK YOU!

President and Board of Directors
Northwest EcoBuilding Guild


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