2018 Greener Living Show promotes sustainable living

Community members received first hand guidance on how to best live a greener lifestyle this weekend. 

 

The 2018 Greener Living Show took place Saturday and Sunday at the Anderson Building.  The show brings in local experts to help promote sustainable green living.   

 

Lyon County Extension Agent Travis Carmichael says from what he observed everyone is ready for spring.

 

 

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On hand for the show was Tracy Karcher of the Natural Resources Office who had some ideas to assist in preserving natural areas such as pastors and fields. 

 

 

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While searching for the best options at the show community members were also treated to some delicious food courtesy of the Emporia Farmer's Market.  Market Manager Jessica Hopkins says the nutrients and freshness of locally grown produce is only positive aspect of buying naturally grown foods. 

 

 

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If you have any questions about sustainable living contact Travis Carmichael of the Lyon County Extension Office at 620-341-3220.  

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