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Second Living Green Farm & Home Show takes place in Dubuque

Second Living Green Farm & Home Show takes place in Dubuque

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The Living Green Farm & Home Show took place at the Dubuque County Fairgrounds in Dubuque on Saturday. This is the second year for the event.

This year's show was concentrated on local foods.  Joe Klein is a coordinator of Organic Valley. He also helped organized Saturday's event.

"There are a lot of people who are really looking want to know where their food is produced," Klein said.

The show featured more than 35 local and sustainable exhibitors. During the Farm & Home Show, information sessions on topics such as local foods, organic dairy, and on-farm fuel production took place. The show also featured the Organic Valley Bio-Diesel Truck and Processing Trailer.

The show is hosted by Organic Valley, Dubuque Conservation Society, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and University of Wisconsin-Platteville Sustainable and Renewable Energy Systems.

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