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2nd Annual Greenville SUSTAINABILITY FAIR: Open for Vendors, Speakers, Demos

What is a sustainable lifestyle? Doing anything that reduces the use of resources; is earth friendly, supports the local community or moves a person towards self-sufficiency.

Some things may be familiar like: Renewable Energy, Rainwater Harvesting, Renewable Transportation, Conservation and Energy-Efficient Building. Others may be less familiar: Alternative Building Materials, Sustainable Food Growing, Medicinal Herbs, Community, Homesteading, and Prepping. Many vendors will have products for sale.

The city has allowed us to use a downtown area of two city blocks to make this the largest event of its type in our area. It is presented by the Greenville Farmers Market from 8 am until 4 pm on Saturday, October 19, 2013.

We have space for over 100 vendors and exhibitors plus additional space for dozens of speakers and demonstrations. We want to cover all areas of sustainability and will fill categories on a first come-first serve basis.

Vendor fees are very reasonable and there is an early-bird price IF PAID BY August 15. All booths are spacious, most are covered and many have electricity available. See booth layout and apply online here:

More information here:

This is a rain or shine event.

Can’t be a vendor or exhibitor? Mark your calendar to attend. It is free for attendees!

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  • Trish S.

    I am interested in becoming a vendor.

    August 7, 2013

  • Jose

    I am about 120 miles from Greenville but interested in attending. Any recommendations as far as good campgrounds near Greenville? Especially those that might be yurt friendly? Due to the distance I would like to make a weekend of it. Thanks!

    July 30, 2013

    • Jose

      They are pricey to buy, but easy to diy with novice woodworking skills. Basically just a drill and a circular saw. Here is a price sheet from a vendor http://www.coloradoyu...­

      August 1, 2013

    • Jose

      I would like to add that a decent 8' diameter yurt can be built diy for under $500

      August 1, 2013

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