Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show
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This year two of our favorite events combine into one. The Farm to Table conference has joined forces with the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show to kickoff spring. With a local focus, you’ll be able to shop with and meet 60+ local farmers, food producers, wineries, distilleries and breweries.

Here’s some of the vendors we’re most excited about!

Grow Pittsburgh

Farm to Table
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Did you ever hear the saying “Give a man a fish and feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”? Grow Pittsburgh is doing just that. They teach people the benefits of gardening to the neighborhood and how to do it. From Community Gardens to Urban Farms, Grow Pittsburgh always offers an opportunity to give back to your community.

The Kefir Chicks

Farm to Table
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Healthy never tasted so good! Water kefir is like a pop (soda for you out-of-towners) with some health benefits. The Kefir Chicks water is raw, good for your gut, organic, dairy-free, non-GMO and vegan so it’s good for everyone. Try one of their 15+ flavors from the Ligonier Country Market or stock up on them at the PGH Home & Garden Show!

Rent the Chicken

Farm to Table
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Sick of running to the store for eggs? Get farm fresh eggs right in your backyard! With Rent the Chicken, run your own mini egg farm and get a fresh breakfast staple. You’ll probably fall in love with your chickens but don’t worry – you have the option to adopt them afterwards!

There’s so much to look forward to in this exhibit, here’s a list of the rest of the exhibitors!

Not only do you get to sample your way through the convention center, you can also get your education on. Each day there are speakers and demos focusing on healthy cooking, saving the environment by embracing zero-waste shopping and even how to take care of your chickens! Here’s a list of all of the speakers.

We’ll see you there!

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Chelsie Masciola

Manager of Made in PGH

When Chelsie is not forcing herself into fitness activities, you can find her around the city searching for new food, drinks and adventure as well as the second best slice in Pittsburgh - the first is her dog named Slice.

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