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Ann Arbor Mayor's 2022 Autumnal Green Fair will take over Main Street Friday evening

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Ann Arbor Green Fair

If you’ve ever wondered how you can be a part of the effort toward environmental sustainability in your own home, the City of Ann Arbor will be offering you some new perspectives tomorrow as part of their bi-annual Green Fair.

It gets underway Friday evening in downtown Ann Arbor.

The city’s mayor, Christopher Taylor, says the fair offers the community an opportunity to learn from exhibitors providing information on everything from rooftop solar to improved recycling to composting and energy efficiency.

“We’re going to have opportunities for community members to walk around our downtown meet with these folks here what’s going on in our community what they can do to improve their own carbon footprint.”

He says Friday's fair will also focus on bicycles, cargo bikes, and electric hybrids.

The Autumnal Green Fair runs tomorrow night from 6-9 pm on Main street downtown.

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Cathy Shafran is WEMU's afternoon news anchor and local host during WEMU's broadcast of NPR's All Things Considered.
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