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The National Heirloom Exposition
September 11-13, 2012 at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA.
11 am—9 pm  Adults $10; kids 17 and under get in FREE
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Called the “world fair” of the heirloom and local foods movements, this 3-day organic extravaganza features more than 75 dynamic speakers, 300+ like-minded vendors, and educational food, farm, and garden displays and events.  A colorful display of several thousand varieties of produce and heritage breeds of poultry and livestock will showcase the abundance our country has to offer. Weekend gardener or ambitious grower, with activities for kids, chef demonstrations, and a lively farmer’s market, there’s something for everyone at this celebration of “pure food” and farming.

 

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