Mother Earth News to Host Sustainable-Living Fair

Natural Home’s sister publication, Mother Earth News, will host the first Mother Earth News Fair in September at Seven Springs Mountain Resort near Pittsburgh. Experts will teach fair-goers about organic gardening, renewable energy, natural health, green lifestyle changes and more.
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Workshops and activities at the first annual Mother Earth News Fair will teach fair goers how to life more sustainable lifestyles.


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Mother Earth News , Natural Home’s sister publication, is hosting its first-ever sustainable-living fair aimed at getting people more directly involved with the well-being of Mother Earth.

The  Mother Earth News Fair will be held from Sept. 25-26 at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort outside Pittsburgh. Experts from Mother Earth News and its sister publications, Natural Home Grit The Herb Companion  and  Utne Reader, will lead session on sustainable living. Sessions will include information about organic gardening, renewable energy, small-scale agriculture, natural health, do-it-yourself projects and more. 

In addition to the expert-led sessions, fair-goers will be invited to participate in fun-filled, family activities, ranging from listening to musical entertainment to strolling around a green shopping pavilion. Seven Springs Mountain Resort was chosen to host the fair because of its commitment to environmental protection and recycling practices.

Attendees can participate in resort activities from fishing to horseback riding, and will get a discounted lodging rate. Camping is also available.

Though the fair in Pittsburgh will be its first, Mother Earth News plans to add more fairs across the country in 2011.

More information:

• One single-day adult ticket it $15. A two-day adult ticket is $25 and children under 17 are free. Visit the Fair’s website for more ticket and accommodation information.

 • Learn more about the Fair on Facebook and Twitter.