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The 2010 Indiana Sustainable Living Fair (ISLF) is a collection of seminars, demonstrations, workshops, exhibits, and trade show vendors that promote practices contributing to sustainable lifestyle choices.

The Fair will offer creative solutions and practices in a wide range of sustainable living topics such local chemical-free food that promotes excellent health, renewable energy, alternative fuels, environmental & social responsibility, complementary medical therapies, natural building, local economies, holistic veterinary practices and more. This subject matter will assist in the development of satisfying, healthy, socially rich, and economically sound lifestyles, while minimizing ecological impacts.

Please; no pets, no smoking on grounds.

There are five levels of participation:

         Visitor: pay $10/person at the gate  - cash only (children under 12 are free)

         Demonstrator: demonstrate a sustainable living practice (e.g. build a rain barrel or solar food dryer; grafting, food saving, etc.) continuously or several times throughout the day. Admission and table space is provided at no cost. Cannot sell items or promote a business. Not available to vendors listed in the vendor information section.

         Vendor: purchase a table or booth space. All spaces are 8 x 6 feet. Space is available in an air-conditioned exhibition hall with electricity or outdoors (no electricity). See vendor information for details.  (click for Vendor Registration)

         Partner: a not for profit organization which organizes a track of speakers, demonstrations and vendors around the mission or purpose of the organization and consistent with the purposes of the ISLF.  The partner organization must provide $500 in cash or value to the ISLF.  The latter would be through the recruitment of vendors, in which case there would be no fee for the partnering organization.  (click for Partner Information)

         Co-Sponsor: individuals, organizations or businesses that provide a cash contribution or services to the Indiana Sustainable Living Fair of $750 or more.



Contact Steve at Sustainable Earth:; (765) 463-9366


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Sustainable Earth, Inc., a 501(c)3, not-for-profit membership organization committed to the development of sustainable family farming systems and community food systems that support family farms.