Sustainability & Outdoor LivingSouthern Colorado Sustainability & Outdoor Living Expo Details!

The Southern Colorado Sustainability & Outdoor Living Expo boasts over 150 booths of sustainable living and homesteading ideas. There will be outdoor survival, natural healing tips and products, and lawn & garden products as well.  Services for affordable living will be offered as well!  This show will help our consumers learn to live in a way that will help preserve our Earth for future generations.  In addition, consumers can find outdoor decorating ideas, patio furniture, fencing, sunrooms, decks, spas, and much more!  Also, they will be able to enjoy Non-Stop Educational Seminars All Weekend.

Click here for a list of our Featured Vendors!

 Schooner Ecohomes, Inc. A new kind of tiny house, for living large.

Schooner EcoHomes Inc is a local Colorado Springs small veteran owned business.  We build sustainable off grid homes/work spaces on a custom basis.  Our goal is to provide affordable, sustainable living accommodations that reflect your needs.  We want you to live large (anywhere) in our residential building standard home.

Schooner EcoHomes Inc is now a member of the National Organization of Alternative Housing Inc (NOAH),  an organization that certifies tiny homes for quality standards.

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 Dome Creations – Get Every Advantage a Geodesic Dome Can Offer

Dome Creations and Atlas Greenhouse are excited to see new generations take pride in their ability to see sustainable growth and ingenuity in place of the disparity that has come between the general populace and their food, income and resources. Greenhouses, of whatever shape or size, represent to us a step in the direction of consciously addressing that gap, and seeing it bridged. Greater education and greater production will help our children and their children succeed.

Our objective, is to equip individuals, students, families and communities to become sustainable food and resource producers and better stewards of everyday life through dome and greenhouse enclosures that optimize best practices in education and environmental bonding.

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Localvore Colorado CoOp Store

Sustainability & Outdoor Living Locally Sourced FoodThe Colorado Localvore CoOp aims to market locally produced products and encourage healthy choices.  They will be on hand to demonstrate a variety of products related to poultry, canning, freezing, dehydrating, bee keeping, fermentation, goats, gardening, chicks and many others!


Chat with The Mushroom King Tom Weipert!

Get hunting tips, recipes, and more!Sustainability & Outdoor Living Mushroom King

This mushroom is a Lion’s Mane or Hericium. It has many antibiotic properties and loads of other goodies for our immune systems. Come by the booth and we will tell you all about it.

Consuming wild mushrooms can be a hazardous endeavor and in some cases even fatal! Before eating any mushroom collected from the wild it is absolutely critical that it is identified with certainty. An old mushroom hunters’ axiom Sustainability & Outdoor Living Mushroom Kingstates “When in doubt, throw it out”, such an embrace of skepticism can save your life.

As his nickname suggests, Tom knows a lot more about mushrooms than the average hunter. His father started bringing him along on mushroom hunts when he was just 3 years old. Through the years he learned about the unique relationship of mushrooms to trees, the best weather conditions and places to find them. Soon he became so skilled at finding mushrooms that when his friends in high school would have their annual hunt, he always came back with the most. Last year he traveled 54,000 miles hunting for mushrooms all around the country.

Pikes Peak Community College Survivalist Seminar

pikes-peak-community-collegeCome and learn during this Survivalist Seminar.  More information to be posted at a later date.

Enter to win the Garden Tower!

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Show dates and times:

March 31st to April 2nd, 2017: Friday, March 31– 1pm to 7pm, Saturday April 1 – 9am to 6pm,  Sunday, April 2 – 11am to 4pm.

Adults $6.00, Youth 16 & under free!


For More Information Contact:
Jessica Caylor