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4th annual Louisville Sustainable Living Fair on Friday, June 25


Louisville Sustainable Living Fair 2010 Poster

The Louisville Sustainable Living Fair will be held on Friday, June 25 from 4pm to 9 pm on Rastetter Avenue between Payne Street and Frankfort Avenue. The free fair will be in conjunction with the Frankfort Avenue Trolley Hop and will have more than 50 environmental businesses for the public to experience.

Among the more than 50 participants are: groups supporting the local and vegetarian food movement such as 15,000 Farmers, EarthSave Louisville and the Food Literacy Project; groups supporting change around climate and energy consumption such as Louisville Climate Action Network and Good Oil; groups like Transition Louisville and Louisville Independent Business Alliance, which seek to create a more resilient and sustainable city; groups working for conservation such as Kentucky Natural Lands Trust, Kentucky Water Ways and the Olmsted Parks Conservancy as well as green retailers like Amazing Green Planet and Mama's Hip, and local manufacturers such as RUBY Red Tea and Deliciously Free.

The event is sponsored by the Clifton Universalist Unitarian Church, Cultivating Connections, Greenlist Louisville and SunWind Power Systems, Inc.

Highlights will include performance by the Squaliss Puppeteers, local organic food and a free public screening of Carbon Nation and conversation with its producer/director, Peter Byck at the Clifton Universalist Unitarian Church (2231 Payne Street, Louisville, KY, 40206) on the following evening (Saturday, June 26, from 7:00 to 9:00 PM).

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