Want to transform your piece of Asheville into a thriving homestead? French Broad Food Co-op is throwing a fair and has invited everyone you need to meet. This event is free and open to all at 90 Biltmore in downtown Asheville, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 30. Music will continue until 8pm.
Over 30 vendors and educators will present a plethora of ideas and products, including: bee keeping, mushroom growing, poultry raising, mead making, permaculture, alternative energy sources, bread oven building, hops growing, alternative education, herbal medicine making, and fermentation.
The event exemplifies the Food Co-op’s mission, to be a transformative force in the community, and two of the Co-op’s 7 Principles: Concern for Community, and Education. French Broad Food Coop has been the only non profit, communityowned grocer in Asheville since 1975.
A chef’s tent will be serving food and local beers will be on tap. If you hang around long enough, even the staff will be playing some music. Come, join us and start transforming your homestead!
.. there…could not find a DATE in the press release of the French Broad Food Coop homesteading fair…only times were shown but not the date…did I miss it in plain sight?
What date is this occurring?