Energy Fair provides education, demonstrations

Wisconsin State Farmer
Renewable energy is the way of the future.

CUSTER – The 28th annual Energy Fair is being held this weekend (June 16 to 18) on the grounds of the Midwest Renewable Energy Association just off Highway 10 east of Stevens.

The mission of the Energy Fair is to "promote renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainability through education and demonstration," according to the Energy Fair website

This year's event will feature 250 workshops which start at 10 a.m. each day and run until late afternoon. Workshops on renewable energy, energy efficiency, clean transportation and sustainable living are some of the topics offered.

There are about 200 exhibitors along with six keynote speakers and six musical groups scheduled throughout the weekend. Exhibitors include artisan markets, books, solar thermal, education, builders and more. 

A clean transportation show will provide information on energy-efficient travel options, featuring alternative and fuel efficient vehicles from around the midwest. 

For details about the schedule, check the website.