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[GreenYes] Enviro Fair 2001
ENVIRO FAIR 2001
WORKING TOWARD A SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY
Hosted by the 22nd District Agricultural Association

(Sponsored by California Integrated Waste Management Board)

Join us for our 2nd Annual - ENVIRO FAIR - a free exhibition and
comprehensive seminar.  Meet industry professionals and successful
practitioners who can provide insight on the importance of native plant
landscapes, buying recycled products, green building, food waste recycling,
alternative fuel vehicles, solar energy systems, and more!  Exhibitors will
display recycled content products and answer questions on their
environmental services.

Who should attend?  Anyone that recycles and wants to learn more about
buying recycled content products (it is said that we are really not
recycling until we purchase products that contain recycled content because
that is what brings recycling full circle), those interested in resource
conservation, energy efficiency, saving money, and interested in learning
more about the concept of a sustainable community.

When:		Friday, November 9th, 2001 - 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Where: 	Del Mar Fairgrounds Activity Center and Veranda Cafe, Del Mar, CA –
take Interstate 5, to Via De La Valle, go West to Jimmy Durante Blvd., turn
left, and park in Main parking lot on the right.  The Activity Center is
located across from the Antique Show (O’Brien Pavilion).

Admission:  	Free  ($6.00 for parking)

For more information call Nancy Strauss at (858) 792-4298 or
www.delmarfair.com

E-mail address: nancs@delmarfair.com

	AGENDA


9:00AM 	OPEN - please visit the Exhibitors, Non-profit Organizations and
Recycled Art Exhibits on display throughout the day!

THE LOCATION OF THE “WASTE REDUCTION AND BUY RECYCLED” SESSION IS IN THE
“VERANDA CAFÉ” IN THE GRANDSTAND – EAST END.

9:30AM - 11:45AM
AB75 & Buying Recycled Products Session - Trevor O’Shaughnessy  & Jerry
Hart - California Integrated Waste Management Board (C.I.W.M.B.)

ACTIVITY CENTER
9:30AM - 10:30AM
The Importance of Native Trees - Ranger Paul Kucharczyk, S.D. County Parks
Lagoon Restoration - Doug Gibson, Ex. Dir., San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy
Multiple Species Conservation Plan - Cailin Ni Chrualaoich - S.D. County
Parks

10:45AM - 11:45AM
Native Plant Landscapes - Greg Rubin
Reducing Green Waste in landscapes - Ken Decio, C.I.W.M.B.
Hydroponics Gardening - Dan Perkins

11:45AM - 1:00PM (LUNCH BREAK) Guest Speaker on Sustainability - Jim Bell,
Director of
		The Ecological Life Systems Institute. (12:15pm)

1:00PM - 2:15PM
Green Building - Beth Brummitt, Brummitt Energy Association
Straw Bale Homes - Skip Fralick, Sustainable Earth Enterprises
Sustainable Living Program - Jim Bell, Ecological Life Systems Institute
Solar Energy/PV Installations - Mike Landry, Horizon Industries

2:30PM - 3:30PM
Food Waste Recycling - Yvette DiCarlo, C.I.W.M.B.
Sewer Rate Reduction for Businesses - Ric Anthony, Ric Anthony & Assoc.
Energy Conservation for Businesses - Sam Pierce, Pacific Energy Systems

3:45PM - 4:45PM
Alternative Fuel Vehicles in S.D. - Mike Lewis, GM, RTC Ops.
Fuel Systems - Larry Ozier & Bruce Rayner, Fuel Maker
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Coalition - Steve Bimson, Chairman

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