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Workshops, exhibitors and presentations in The HOMEGROWN Village at Maker Faire Bay Area 2010

Maker Faire is about getting your hands into projects and learning how to do “it” yourself. We are brimming with excitement to have so many incredible exhibitors and presenters in The HOMEGROWN Village at Maker Faire Bay Area 2010. Here’s the list:

Workshops and Presentations

Exhibitors

  • Beekeepers Guild of San Mateo County — featuring live bees in an observation hive, beekeeping equipment, and hive products such as honey, honeycomb, candles and homemade soap
  • Chick-in-a-Box — a chicken tractor (coop) that is functional, sturdy, handmade and stylish
  • EcoEarthYacht — a 22-foot vintage ecologically outfitted Airstream trailer that displays green-built materials such as an all-bamboo interior, wind turbine, on-demand water heater, solar panels and LED lighting
  • Local Dirt — everyone’s place to buy, sell, feature, or find local food in their community
  • Master Gardeners Education Table
  • Mushroom Growing kits
  • Neighborhood Fruit – sharing both backyard bounty and trees on public land
  • PlantsOnWalls vertical garden panels
  • Greywater Systems — plumb your way off the water grid
  • HOMEGROWN.org — an online gathering place of growers, gardeners, cooks, bakers, cheesemakers, preservation freaks and anything else DIY around growing and eating.
  • Top Shelf Ultra Premium Kombucha
  • WindowFarms: Hydroponic Edible Gardens for Urban Windows
  • The San Mateo County Master Composters
  • SPROUT Seed Library – grow, share and enjoy the power of seeds!

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