Illinois People’s Action discusses their campaign to stop fracking in Illinois.
Jan Cox works the Vision 2020 table, promoting grassroots sustainability efforts.
BNCPJ links wars and occupations to environmental degradation.
Crossroads sells a selection of fair-trade crafts at the fair.
Green Top Grocery is a new cooperative in BloNo, supporting local farmers and providing healthy food.
Mother Jones Books sells social movement literature.
Friends of Kickapoo Creek works to preserve the creek environment.
Kelby Cumpston works at the Really Really Free Market, as Alex Kim and Julian Westerhout tune up bikes in the background.
The Really Really Free Market is where everything is really free, helping the environment by sharing and reusing.
Bike BloNo advocates for bicycling as a form of transportation and a more bike-friendly community.