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Eco Fair Pictures and Lucy's Market

May 10, 2009


carolThe Blue Heron Nature Preserve Eco-Fair yesterday was a huge success.  There were a couple of drops of rain for about 45 seconds but that didn’t stop anyone from showing up.  The parking lot was full of vendors exhibiting their green products including Eco Transitions’ dual flush toilets, Rod McKenzie’s owl electricity monitors, composting solutions, bowls and necklaces made from recycled neckties & plastic grocery bags, Matt Hoots discussed green makeovers to your house, and Carol and I were there talking about how greening up your house effects your home’s value. 

Henry, Ben and I actually visited one of the vendors we met there today.  Lucy’s Market is a “farmer’s market” set up on Roswell Road across the street from the Fresh Market.  We picked up a tomato and some boiled peanuts…wait a second, boiled peanuts on the side of the road in Buckhead???  Yep, you heard it here!

Ok, back to the Eco-Fair.  Keeping everyone in the mood were two bands, one actually hooked up to the mic, the other seemed to happen organically as people with guitars just kept showing up.  With music comes dancing and yes we had that too.  I’ve got several photos from the day you can see here.  I hope you were able to make it there yesterday, but if not I hope to see you there next year.  Learn more about the Blue Heron Nature Preserve at  Below is a gallery of photos from the event.


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  1. May 10, 2009 8:41 pm

    Thanks Carson for your support and the write up. I hope you or someone has a photo of the BIG sign on Roswell!


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