Green-friendly stalls for EcoFair
FRUIT preserver Megan Radaich is the full bottle on how to preserve fruits, vegetables and other produce at Mosman Park’s 5th EcoFair this Saturday.
“It’s all about connecting with local producers so people can preserve each seasonal harvest,” she said.
She will demonstrate how to preserve and ferment produce at the EcoFair, which promotes environmentally sustainable living.
“I’ll be doing family favourites, like jams, pickles, chutneys and pro-biotic yogurt, but with no artificial flavours or preservatives,” Ms Radaich said.
The EcoFair will have 73 other green-friendly stalls including those for gardeners, grey water treatment, electric bikes, clothes, art and soap, with an emphasis on recycling.
Organiser Libby Eustance said: “The last two EcoFairs produced only four bins of rubbish from 1500 people, and we’ll be trying to beat that this year.”
Organists, pianists, percussionists and singers will perform in the church, while children’s entertainment will include, wood craft, painting and building cardboard castles.
Fruit preserver Megan Radaich with her many bottles of preserved fruits and vegetables.