Your ticket includes all the sessions you wish to attend at the Expo, everything included, except food.
Some of the BEST EXPERTS in the Ozarks and from around the country will be on hand to teach and be available in person to answer your questions!
We will have a large number of vendors offering tools, supplies, equipment, books, products and resources for all of your homesteading and self-reliant projects! APPY TO BE A VENDOR HERE:
Whole Hog Butchery on the Homestead
Friday 9 am & 3:30 p.m
with Horizontal Hives
Friday 3 pm
and Saturday 10:30am
Passionate About Poultry
Saturday 1:30 p.m
River Hills Harvest Elderberry Production
1 p.m. Friday
Women in Community
Noon on Friday
(NLHG would also like ladies to join them for lunch in the Omar Dishman Building on Saturday at Noon - the AC building with the porch)
An American Homestead
Why We Homestead
1:30 pm Friday
Whispering Willow Farm
Market Flower Gardening
10:30 a.m. Friday
3:30 pm Saturday
Fermenting Your Harvest
Author: A Year Without
the Grocery Store
When Your Garden Isn't Enough
9 a.m. Saturday
Homesteading for Seniors
Wild Wise Botanicals
Cultivating & Foraging Mushrooms
Eating the Ozarks
Cooking with Wild Edibles
9 a.m. Saturday
Demos throughout the day
Ham Radio Operations
Red Feather Farms
Rainwater Collection - 9 a.m. Saturday
Composting Toilets - 3 p.m Friday
Chicken Processing - 3:30 Saturday
Making Salves, Tintures
2 p.m. Saturday
10:30 a.m. Saturday
White Harvest Seed Company
Reap It & Keep It
Seed Saving Techniques
10:30 am Saturday
Vintage Tomato & Busy Bee
10:30 am. Saturday
Good Life Grass Farms
Regenerative Grazing and
2:30 p.m. Friday
Growing and Enjoying Pawpaw
10:30 a.m Saturday
Raising Meat Rabbits
1:30 p.m. Saturday
Wise Woman Botanicals
Health Yourself 4 Life, Naturally
Engaging children in Regenerative Practices on the Homestead
3:30 p.m. Saturday
Missouri Wind and Solar
How to size and install a small solar-powered system
9 am Friday
Grow Missouri Hemp,LLC
3 p.m. Saturday
Whiskey Throttle Farm
Keeping Dairy Goats
9 a.m. Friday
The OZARKS HOMESTEADING EXPO is held at the Webster County Fairgrounds.
Most of the EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS will be held in tents and open air livestock pavilions.
Vendors will be scattered throughout the event under pavilions and in tents.
The event is held outdoors and will be held RAIN OR SHINE as most all of the sessions will be under cover either in tents or pavilions.
FOOD TRUCKS will be available throughout the two days of the events.
Some food trucks will have vegan and gluten free options. You are welcome to bring in your own food. There is also a very shaded city park across the street available with picnic tables and pavilions.
The venue is a fairgrounds so most of the area is unpaved or grass and some uphill areas.
This is a FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT and held on city property. No alcohol or drugs allowed. No lewd clothing or talking.
We love for you to bring your children, but please be respectful of other attendees trying to listen to the speakers. If your children are crying or loud please quietly step out. Children must be accompanied by an adult guardian at all times.
PARKING is free. There is a designated event parking area as well as parking in the city streets and some area lots. Limited VIP Parking will be available.
There will be some water misting stations set up if you need to cool off.
Gates will open at 7 a.m. each day but vendors won't be open until 8 a.m.
ADVANCED TICKETS on sale now. Click on button above.
IF YOU HAVE A SKILL YOU WOULD LIKE TO PRESENT EMAIL US WITH DETAILS AT: OZARKSHOMESTEADING@GMAIL.COM
MORE DETAILS WILL BE POSTED AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE.
We have almost 80 vendors including demonstrators that will be on hand for you to buy products, services or just to learn about resources available.
Here is the list:
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