Green & Healthy Maine Homes
A resource for Mainers interested in creating high performing, healthy and efficient home environments. Our goal is to be the local resource for all things related to green homes in Maine, to help move the dial on sustainable building and home environments, and to inspire higher performing real Maine homes that are as healthy for the people who live in them as they are for the planet.
Useful, accessible editorial
- Resource directory
- Case studies
Guided by the experts
From energy audits to air sealing, solar panels to heat pumps, LED lighting to electric vehicles, and edible landscapes to urban homesteading; we explore the options and show our readers how they’re being implemented in Maine.
The Green & Healthy Maine Home magazine is guided by an advisory board comprised of local professionals with expertise in building performance, renewable energy, energy efficiency, permaculture design, green building materials, green design and more. They share valuable insights that have been incorporated into the editorial for the magazine, including industry trends and local resources. Advisory panel* members include:
- Bill Bell / Maine Pellet Heating Association
- Richard Burbank / Evergreen Home Performance
- Lisa Fernandes / The Resilience Hub
- Jen Hatch / ReVision Energy
- Dan Kolbert / Kolbert Building
- Steve Konstantino / Maine Performance Building Supply
- Robin Tannenbaum / Kaplan Thompson Architects
*Please note: while panel members do represent various businesses, their involvement with the Green & Healthy Maine Homes magazine does not imply any favor for their respective business in the editorial content, nor endorsement of the content or advertisers by their respective businesses. They are independent of The SunriseGuide, LLC and act solely in an advisory capacity, helping us to identify and understand industry trends. Our intention is to create a resource for all Mainers that features valuable, in depth content on issues related to healthy & sustainable home environments.
Two issues of Green & Healthy Maine Homes are released each year (March and September). The magazine reaches over 70,000 readers and is distributed through major retailers including Hannaford, Shaws, Whole Foods, as well as 1,000 professional offices and 100 municipalities throughout Maine.