November 7, 2014
Oak Glen Pavilion at the
3450 Dairy Creek Road
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
Designed by Ken Haggard and Polly Cooper of the San Luis Sustainability Group, the Oak Glen Pavilion serves as the San Luis Obispo Botanical Gardens Education Center and has been described as “an artistic blend of sustainable features and functions providing an eco-friendly atmosphere. Guests will be captured by the beauty of this building and the natural garden setting.” The USGBC, LEED Registered Building includes a number of green building features including: Passive solar design for natural ventilation, passive heating and cooling and daylighting. Straw bale construction with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified scissor trusses. Pre-plumbed for rainwater use in native, drought tolerant, turf- free landscaping. Green non-toxic materials and finishes. Solar electric photovoltaic system for clean & renewable electricity production. Recycled content materials for finishes and insulation. State of the art wastewater treatment system includes constructed wetlands and training facilities.
Lunch will be provided by Linnaea's Cafe
2013 Presentations & Speakers
Hotel rooms for Colloquium attendees are available at the Peach Tree Inn, 2001 Monterey Street in San Luis Obispo at a reduced rate of $109 for one king size bed and $119 for two double beds per night until October 27. Click here for more information or to make a reservation.