Hermosa Beach residents promotes green agenda

Moira Nelson and Brad Barts. Photos
Moira Nelson and Brad Barts. Photos

Moira Nelson and Brad Barts. Photos

Moira Dency and Brad Barts show off sugar cookies served Saturday at Dency’s Hermosa Beach home during the EPN (Environmental Priorities Network) South Bay Solar and Green Homes Tour. The cookies were baked in the Solar Oven, which sits atop Dency’s solar heated jacuzzi. Barts owns ABC Solar in Torrance. His company sells the Solar Ovens, which he describes as a “slow cooker.” It produces temperatures ranging from 250 degrees in modest sunlight to 400 degrees on hot days. Barts  said the portable Solar Ovens are popular with environmentally conscious consumers in the U.S. and in arid Third World countries where fuel is scarce. For more information visit ABCSolar.com.

Hands Across The Sands activists in Hermosa Beach Saturday morning .

Hands Across The Sands activists in Hermosa Beach Saturday morning .

Tom and Darcy Horton of the South Bay Boardriders Club and Graham Hamilton of the Surfrider Foundation were among an estimated 500 people who participated in Hands Across the Sand Saturday morning on the beach in Hermosa Beach. The event was part of an international protest against offshore drilling organized by The Action Network. For more information visit HandsAcrossTheSand.com or StopHermosaBeachOil.com

 

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