I’ll have copies of my new book, the Florida Allergy Handbook, available along with samples of plants, insects, and various and sundry outdoor protection items. Admission to EcoFest is free! There will be live music, workshops, demonstrations, informational booths, green living products and services, local artists, green businesses, environmental organizations, alternative health practitioners, renewable energy specialists, organic farms and gardens with produce. It’s spring! Come play outside!
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