Back in March, I gave a presentation about green building funding available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ("ARRA").  I had planned to convert the presentation to a guide of sorts, but more pressing matters arose.    I have now discovered what I hope the guide would have looked like if I had a month to work on it.    Thanks to the fine folks at the Green Research Council, I was able to review their publication, "Green Guide to the 2009 Stimulus Package."  This guide is packed with information about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.  The Guide starts with a review of the stimulus and where to get information about particular projects being funded.  I have been telling people that due to transparency demands of the Obama Administration, there is a ton of information available about the stimulus projects.  The Guide does a great job bringing all of the information together in one place.    The Guide goes on to provide information about stimulus funding for Department of Energy initiatives, energy tax credits, EPA environmental projects and green building initiatives.  Finally, the Guide wraps up with general advice for those seeking to procure green projects or jobs.    If you want eighty-eight pages of useful information regarding the green components of the stimulus, this Guide is well worth the $30.