General Schedule

We’re pleased to announce a dynamic speaker line up for this year’s Fair. Presentations include wind, solar, renewables, green cleaning, organic farming, bio fuels, alternative transporation, natural cooking demonstrations and more. Admission to all talks is included in your admission ticket. For those who like to plan ahead we have a detailed schedule you can view. Once you have opened the link you can access more infomation about each talk and the presenters by clicking on those sections. Keep in mind we hope to not change the schedule again, but it could happen. Click here to see the full speaker schedule.

Free Talks tent
DAILY ACTIVITIES
exhibits & demonstrations
tent talks
workshops on the grounds
live music
kids’ learning activities
New Belgium beer & ales for sale
natural, organic food cafe

Friday, September 25:
Noon – 6 p.m. Marktplatz gates open: exhibits, tent talks, demonstrations, entertainment, family activities, food
5 – 6 p.m. Keynote address: Mason Arnold, owner of Greenling, on “Organic and Local Food as a Part of Sustainability”

Good Common Sense booth Meridian Solar booth

Saturday, September 26:
9 a.m. – 6 pm Marktplatz gates open: exhibits, tent talks, demonstrations, entertainment, family activities, food
1 – 2 p.m. Keynote address: Matt Stein, Chelsea Green author, on “Self-Reliance & Building a Sustainable Future”

Sustainable Building Coalition the Energy Hog goes for a ride in the biodiesel Jiggle Bug

Sunday, September 27:
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Marktplatz opens: exhibits, tent talks, demonstrations, entertainment, family activities, food
Noon – 1 p.m. Keynote address: Peter Pfeiffer, FAIA, on “Green Building by Design–Not by Device”

Texas Organic Farmers & Growers Assn Electric Scooters

Tours:

An assortment of local tours are being planned. Check back with us later for more details.

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Organized by:
Texas Renewable Energy Industries Assn,
Texas Solar Energy Society
In cooperation with
Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Assn
For more info contact:
Laura Rice
877-3ROUNDUP

Website By:
Sustainable Sources

Major funding provided by:
The State Energy Conservation Office
Other sponsors include BP America,
Austin Energy Green Building Program,
FPL Energy, and Habitat Suites.
See the full list of sponsors.