2017 Flint Hills Greener Living Show
The Flint Hills Greener Living Show is a combination of three different community events. The former Emporia Lawn, Flower, and Garden Show, the Flint Hills Sustainability Fair and the Small Farms Big Ideas Conference have combined to bring this new show to the Flint Hills area.
The Flint Hills Greener Living Show will be held Saturday, February 25 and Sunday, February 26 at the Anderson Building located on the Lyon County Fairgrounds in Emporia, KS.
Saturday, February 25
9:30 am - High Tunnels, Tracy Karcher, NRCS and John Conway, Lyon County Conservation District
11:00 am - Bird Watching, Chuck Otte, K-State Research and Extension - Geary County Agriculture Extension Agent
1:30 pm - Water Features, Mike Scheller, Owner, Scheller's Lawn and Landscape Inc.
3:00 pm - Certified Backyard Habitats and Monarch Watch/Monarch Habitats, Cindy Higgins, Kansas Wildlife Federation
Sunday, February 26
1:00 pm - B.E.e. University (Bee Education), Britt Hopper, B.E.e. Hopper
2:00 pm - Honey and Honey Products, Britt Hopper, B.E.e Hopper
3:00 pm - Common Backyard Wildlife and Nuisance Wildlife Control, Drew Ricketts, Kansas State University
Click here to download a Presentation Schedule.
If you are interested in being a vendor at the Flint Hills Greener Living, please contact Travis Carmichael at the Lyon County Extension Office at (620) 341-3220 for more information or click here to download a vendor registration packet.
10' x 12' Booth (inside) - $100.00 per booth (limit 2 booths per vendor)
25' x 25' Outdoor exhibit space for large equipment - $25.00 per space
Electricity for booth - free (on a first come basis)
Vendor logo for PowerPoint presentation - free
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Chase County Conservation District
Eagle Creek WRAPS
Fall River WRAPS
Kansas Water Office
K-State Research and Extension - Flint Hills District
K-State Research and Extension - Lyon County
Lyon County Conservation District
Morris County Conservation District
Scheller's Lawn and Landscape
Twin Lakes WRAPS
Wabunsee County Conservation District