The Minnesota State Fair may be for many a time to gorge on deep fried foods, or to check out the latest farm equipment, or to take a sip on one of the thrilling Mighty Midway rights. But it’s also a good time to get exposure to environmental issues affecting Minnesota.
Besides being fun, the State Fair can be educational, and offer ways to save you money. And one thing people can learn about is how to lead more sustainable lives while improving the environment.
Two meals Andrew Zimmern made Sunday at the Eco-Experience building at the Great Minnesota Get Together.
Gov. Mark Dayton will honor three environmental projects when he visits the Minnesota State Fair on opening day.