From an article by Darryl Enriquez on GazetteXtra.com:
ELKHORN — Electric vehicles, wind turbines, local food preparation and eco-friendly cleaning products will be displayed at the second annual EcoFair360.
EcoFair360 will have more than 200 exhibits, presentations and demonstrations that touch a variety of environmental interests and green and eco-friendly technologies.
The fair will be Friday, July 8, through Sunday, July 10, at the Walworth County Fairgrounds.
Founders of the fair, Fritz Kreiss and Catherine McQueen, pursue sustainable lifestyles and communities. The couple are planning The Green Leaf Inn, a low-energy hotel that will house EcoVision Sustainable Learning Center south of Delavan.
Here are five things to know about the fair:
1. Local food. The virtues of buying and cooking locally produced food will be explored Sunday, July 10, by Chef Rick Starr of Kirsch’s Restaurant in Williams Bay. . . .
2. Kids Zone. The Kids Zone will provide workshops for kids of all ages. . . .
3. E-85 benefits. . . .
4. Presentations [on renewable energy installations and energy efficiency]. . . .
5. State issues. State Sen. Neal Kedzie, R-Elkhorn, chairman of the Wisconsin Natural Resources and Environment Committee, will speak at 4 p.m. Friday, July 8, about legislative issues related to the environment and its impact on the community.