The green streets of Ann Arbor

. June 1, 2015.
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On Friday nights from 6-9pm Ann Arbor’s Main Street is usually a tangle of cars. But for Green Fair, energy-efficient light bulbs, hybrid buses, bicycles, and musicians playing through solar powered sound equipment are the rule. Now in its 15th year, Green Fair continues to promote an environmentally friendly approach to living—ranging from eco-friendly transportation presentations to at-home energy saving techniques. Over 100 participating companies and coalitions will display, advocating for a greener urban environment. 

Friday, June 12, 6-9pm. Main St. Ann Arbor.

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