Greenfest details released

Jenny Weldy from Starland Farmers Market has provided more information on Savannah Greenfest. scheduled for Oct. 13 at 40th and Whitaker streets.

Weldy reports, “the festival will include local farmers selling produce, local
artists selling handmade arts and crafts, food vendors and local green businesses. There will also be speakers on global warming and live music by Eric Culberson.”

The Creative Coast has posted this schedule of speakers:
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Noon The Rev. Billy Hester, Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church
1 p.m. Gregory Braswell, Georgia Department of Agriculture
2 p.m. John Ramsburgh, The Climate Project
3 p.m. Tommy Linstroth, Melaver, Inc.

Form more information, call 912-443-5355

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