GO Green Vendors Fall 2011

NON PRESENT VENDORS

Mother Earth News - The Mother of All Do It Yourself and Farmsteading Organically, Organic Foundation - Backwoods Home Magazine  - Covering green energy, sustainable living and heritage studies. We’ll have back issues of the magazine, possibly some books and subscription info.Countryside Magazine – published since 1917, magazine of alternative energy, country living, homesteading. They also publish Backyard Poultry Magazine, Dairy Goat Magazine and a magazine on Sheep. We’ll have several samples of all magazines.
MARY JANES FARM MAGAZINE & COUNTRYSIDE MAGAZINE: Free Issues available
David Blume – Alcohol Can Be a Gas – the nation’s leading proponent of grain alcohol biofuel. Owns a company that makes conversion kits to transform any car into a flex fuel vehicle and is a speaker on national TV and radio programs on biofuels. David will send several books and DVDs to raffle off or give away (autographed). Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar – They will be sending product samples (enough for 1,000 people) to give away along with literature on health benefits of apple cider vinegar and other products. The company’s founder is the guy who got Jack Lalane started in  the health and fitness business. His daughter Patricia Bragg is featured regularly on The Today Show, Good Morning America and many national TV and radio shows.
MISSOURI ORGANIC ASSOCIATION – Sue Baird, the president of this large group and a nationally known speaker on organics will speak on getting started in organic farming, hydroponics, raising tilapia fish, niche farming and becoming a Certified Organic grower. Also the MOA is a sponsor to Go Green with a $100 donation towards our advertising.

ON SITE VENDORS (FOOD IN RED)

ALTON BEEKEEPING & HONEY:
ARKANSAS CONSERVATION AGENCY: Snake Display by Mr. Kantola
BASHIRAH NAWAL  (bringer of good tiding) and a belly dance troupe from Mountain View, Mo.
BEEKEEPING – Kim, the bee keeper in Thayer  Getting started in bee keeping.(Speaker)

BURKE CHIROPRACTIC - Alton, MO. Naturapathic Products.
BIOFUELS:Dr. Ernie Mainprize (Speaker)

BROTHERTON BOOKS & CD'sChris Brotherton of the John D. Hale Band writes music and books.
BROWN STEAM TRACTOR:See Mr. Joe Browns wood/water powered antique tractor

CARS, TRACTORS on ALTERNATIVE ENERGY: Mike Slack(Speaker)

CC FEATHERS CLAN: Xmas Yard Ornaments, Kay Milton 870-739-1229

CORN SOFA & LEMONADE: Dianne Mitchell
COOKSHACK AND ARENA: Thayer-Mammoth Spring Saddle Club, Leeza Smith

COSTUME MAKER:Sue’s Old Fashion Sue Walters 518 578 2833 suesoldfashions@yahoo.com 
CREWS, JANIE: Performer/Singer
CROCHET ITEMS: Ingrid Wendt
CROSSES (RELIGIOUS)): Kathie Taylor - Hardy, AR - 870-966-4208
CROW'S NEST FARMS: Heritage Breed Guinea Hogs
 
DECKARD, JODY:  Crafts,hair bows, and decorative items
DECKARD, PATTI: Quilts from recycled materials
DRAFT HORSE ASSOCIATION: Kirsten Kosinski (Demo and club info)
ELECTRICITY FREE FROM WELL WATER: Darren Holliday
EASTERLY, LAURA: Natural soaps, lotions, organic face creams, candles

ELLIOTT, HOWARD: Performer/ Entertainer

FAT DADDY'S BAR-B-QUE:
FERTRELL ORGANIC SOIL MANAGEMENT- Frank troquefarms@aol.com (Speaker)
FOR MOTHER EARTH- Norfork, Arkansas, Sandie Cloud fills her booth with products of all sorts

FREE SPIRIT IN MOTION: Dance Troupe from Mtn. Grove, Lisa Hagerhorst, 417-554-1333
FREEDOM FARMER: Small Farm Advocate, Doreen Hannes (Speaker)

GETHSEMENE GARDENS AND BAKERY Joe Forslin
GLADEWINDS – Terri Leigh, Springfield – organic gardening products, solar and wind power

GOGREEN - Chances on 1/4 Beef or 1/2 Hog organically, locally grown and processed. 

HALIR, LARIRISSA: Produce, Flowers, Vegetables
HARDY METAL & WOOD ART:
HEALTHY DRINKS - Peg Nicholson - Van Buren, MO 

HILL N HOLLAR REVIEW: Carol Lucas & Howard Elliot
HEATMOR WOOD FURNACES: h.jason67@yahoo.com 417-331-5783
HERBOLOGIST: Becky Long

HICKORY RIDGE HEIRLOOM SEEDS: 
HOMEMADE GIFTS: Brenda Hendrix, Alton
HOGS, RED WATTLE: Dianne Fletcher.
HORSESMITH'S: Goats & mini-horses, Leeza Smith
HYSLOP, MARIANN: Performer, Singer

JETT, GERTRUDE:Crafts, Aprons, Bags
JOHNSON, RANDY: Country Music Singer
JUGGBUTT'S BAND: Bluegrass
JUNK IN MY TRUNK: Connie Johnston - 280-7371 -Recycled decorations, paintings, jewelry etc. 

KIDS FACE PAINTING: Reperatory Theatre of the Ozarks
KIDS PETTING ZOO: Debbie Slack

KIDS SAND ART: Oliver Douglas, Poplar Bluff 
KOZEY KANDLES COUNTRY STORE: Hardy, AR. Rhoda 573-280-1011
MARRIOTT AMUSEMENTS: Rides, Ferris Wheel, Mobile Petting Zoo, Slides, Bouncing Balls

LONE WOLF MYSTIC GOATS: Goat Milk Soap - Lone Wolf Cheyenne - 270-7507

MEADOWBROOK NATURAL FOODS: 417-256-2143
MERCHANT SHIP: Kathy Craig
MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OF OREGON & FULTON COUNTY: Kids Games
MINERALS & MICRO-ORGANISMS: Jim Smith 573-840-97
MISSOURI ELDERBERRY CO-OPERATIVE - Elderberries have a niche market (Speaker)

MOUTAIN LAUREL FARMS: Laurel McGivley 417-204-8043 Raising goats, pigs, chickens (Speaker)
MY FAVORITE SEASON: Connie Lipley - Barn wood recycled

MUSIC: Reperatory Theatre Performers and Rachel Lester

NORWEX Products. Naomi Monehan. Non-toxic cleaning products, certified organic person care products. naomi.norwex@gmail.com

OREGON COUNTY COOP: Rachel Luster, Local farmers and growers
OSLU: Soup. Classes on growing, canning, preserving fruits/vegetables and making cheeses/breads. Deb Slack. (Speaker)

 OZARKS GREEN ENERGY DEVELOPMENT- Wayne Keith Hart (Speaker)with Gas powered truck

PAGE WD FURNACE: Rr 3 Box 3981, Alton, MO
PRECISION CONSTRUCTION: Chris Graves (Speaker) - Solar & Wind Projects 870-371-2000

RIVERSIDE FARMS: Vernon Barntreger - Tomatoes and canned goods - 870-895-5533
REPERATORY THEATRE OF THE OZARKS:Baked goods & Music
R-N-O OUTDOOR WOODBURNING FURNACES HC 64 BOX 4 / HWY 19 SOUTHALTON, MO. 65606
ROSE, DORIS: Hardy 870-856-2120 Soaps, Aprons, Hand Made Items PHONE:      417-778-7660  DJ CELL:    417-280-0227 Seaberry III, George R: Performer/Singer

SOLAR & WIND POWER: Craig Wiles (Speaker)
Scentsy Candles and Perfumes by Jamie Griffith of Steelville, MO.
Show me Chartreuse - Ashley Strong - Chartreuse offers a selective array of products that will help you on your path to going green such as our chic shopping bags, organic personal care, baby and cleaning products, as well as our Reusable Essentials 
SPRING RIVER CHRONICLE: Hardy Newspaper

SPRING DIPPER ICE CREAM:
STEAM ENGINE TRACTOR: Mr. JoeBrown
STEVENS, ROBERTA:Crafts, Crochet, Towels, blankets - 280-5004

TACO'S and HOMEMADE GOODIES: Craig, Cathy
TILLMAN: Jessica

UNDERWOOD, Janet: Wool Spinner

VEGAN SNACKS: EAT TO LIVE Robyn Gilbert (Speaker)


VICTORY GARDENS AND COLLOIDAL SILVER Joe Forslin
VFW: Veterans of Foreign Wars
WICKER, TENNY - Quilts, home made bath beads, lots of items. 417-938-4297.

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