Free Opportunity to Speak on Tips for Green Living at the Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair
FREDERICKSBURG, Texas, July 19, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Share your top tips for green living, energy efficiency, recycling, rainwater storage and sustainability with the audience at the 12th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair (The Roundup). Over 7500 people gather annually to explore choices for eco-friendly and efficient lifestyles. The Roundup offers free talks that educate the public on all aspects of sustainability. Sharing your expertise promotes your business while educating and benefiting the public. There is no cost for speakers but it is necessary to fill out an application by the July 25th deadline online at our website.
The Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair is recognized as the largest sustainability fair in the South. Texans seeking greener lifestyles and those concerned about drought and the environment have come to the Roundup yearly to hear national leaders and local experts; to participate in workshops; and to enjoy creative events.
The Renewable Energy Roundup takes place annually the last weekend in September, this year the 29 - 30, at Fredericksburg's Market Square, 231 West Main. Tickets are $15 per day or $25 for a 2-day pass.
The Roundup showcases eco-friendly products, green energy services and renewable energy resources from a growing number of Texas-wide companies. Texans will find a format that is interactive, entertaining and informative.
- Topics include wind, solar, biomass and other renewable energy resources
- Gain insights on organic gardening, tree health, and sustainability at wineries
- Keynote Speakers & Educational Speakers
- Panel Discussions with Recognized Experts
- Live Music
- Kids Learning Activities
- Healthy Cooking Demos & Natural, Organic Foods Café
- A RC Solar Car Race
"Record setting drought impacts, food quality and cost concerns, electric generation adequacy problems, and ongoing worrisome environmental issues, are almost impossible to ignore. More folks are realizing every day that taking control of at least some of their own water, food, energy, and health needs makes more sense every day," said Russel Smith, Executive Director of Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association and co-organizer. "The fair provides an opportunity for anyone to gain invaluable information and acquire the products, technologies and techniques to accomplish that."
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