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The debut of The Green Issue


The April 2009 edition of The New Dominion Magazine is making its way out into coffeeshops and restaurants and libraries and businesses across the Central Shenandoah Valley. It’s our first Green Issue, focusing on the local green economy in our cover story and taking a look at how green thinking is impacting our real-estate market and more.

The articles in the New Dominion this month include:

Two shades of green: The green economy in the Valley proving profitable for local business

Building green, saving green: Market moving to incorporate energy-efficient, ecofriendly designs

Turning the South River Green

Who wants to be a Millionaire?

Living history: Recreating the Battle of Waynesboro

And then there were two: Marrow, Noel set to challenge Landes in 25th

Oak Grove ready for ‘09

More online at TheNewDominion.com.



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