Vendors sought for May 4 festival
The Haywood Chamber of Commerce's newest festival EcoFest is designed to inspire people to try new things, to offer learning opportunities and to entertain.
Demonstrations will offer everything from making soap, to becoming a beekeeper to learning about food preservation and growing hops.
At the festival planned on the Haywood Community College campus, there will be food vendors, activities for children and entertainment for all.
Exhibitors and vendors areas:
• Heritage Kitchen, which covers food preservation and canning, farm-to-table meals, milling, baking and food production.
• Abundant Backyard that encompasses square-foot gardening, medicinal botany, animal husbandry, rain barrels, soil testing and more.
• Renewable Energy/Sustainable Living, covering green building, alternative ...