Greenmap of the Fair
Well, okay, there's not a whole lot, and this post is coming out on the last day of the fair. But it's an idea.
Mostly, 'green' displays and folks were found in two buildings.
Northwest Outdoors: Tahoma Audobon, Pierce Conservation District, Rails to Trails, Native Plant Society, Mt. Rainier, etc.
Agriculture Exhibits: Farmer's Market, Master Gardeners, WSU extension, Fruit Growers, Beekeepers, etc. (the grange displays were bought at the store! not fair) Very unlike the 'Sustainable and Organic' market displays by Cheryl the Pig Lady, Terry's Berries, and Motherearth Farm, which were all grown at the respective farms.
*Wilcox milking barn has info about going Organic
*American Community Energy has photovoltaic panel and solar hot water display (near southern sky chair station).
*Solatubes and Greenhouse info outside NW Outdoors building
as well as Lots of info about raising animals in all their respective barns...
(it's a big fair, I might have missed more...)