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Chris Wegscheid & Corrie Zoll – RoofBloom Instead of waiting for green roofs to come to the Twin Cities as a product for mass consumption, RoofBloom was created to empower individuals with the knowledge and materials needed to install green roofs themselves. A collaboration between the Minnesota Green Roof Council and the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, RoofBloom is taking action at a grass roots level, while focusing on improving the sustainability and effectiveness of green roof construction. Recorded on May 2nd, 2007 at Solutions Volume 1 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsOptigrShipping container house – Green roofGreen Roof Overview by Greensulate CEO, Amy Norquist.Prairie Green RoofHow To Build A 40,000 Square Foot Green Roof in 2 Minutes!How to make a green roof in 3 minutes and 59 seconds

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  • Achaeosic 1 year ago

    Not as advertized.
    They just want to get you to go to their website.
    I want to know how to build a cheap homemade green roof.
    What are they using for moisture barrier. Is normal tar paper good enough?
    Do you need a root barrier if all you have is grass up there?

  • AHP378 1 year ago

    how much did that model cost to build?

  • schatze78 1 year ago

    Is it possible to install a green roof on a 2000 Nissan Sentra? I can't seem to find any info at all on green roof cars; even art cars. It gets so hot here in Houston, and there has to be a better way than blasting the air conditioner and getting only 20 miles to the gallon during summer as opposed to 29+ during the winter.

  • Christopher Wegscheid 1 year ago

    There is. It depends largely on plant selection: most green roofs use species that are drought-tolerant. Also, runoff can be stored in cisterns and then pumped back up on the roof for irrigation during dry spells.

  • markjv 1 year ago

    coming into mainstream,we r going to redo our kitchen roof to a green 1, there r a few ways of doin it 1 company in canada has pre made panels. we go for grow ur own for food and other native plants not sedums, also solar too, govt pays for extra hydro now 🙂
    its really affordable ( 20,000 to start and u can tack it onto ur morg. ill get my dream home after all 🙂

  • nicogranada 1 year ago

    living in mexico city, man, how i wish this is done over here!!!