CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (April 2014) – Ivy Publications will debut The Healthy Living Directory 2014 at the Eco Fair in the Main Street Arena in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 1:00pm.

As #2 on Kiplinger’s List of “Healthiest Places to Live in America,” Charlottesville is the perfect fit for The Healthy Living Directory. As a guide for body, mind and soul, The Healthy Living Directory will be published annually and released under the new ownership of Ivy Publications at the Eco Fair, along with the kick off of The Healthy Living Directory 500 Pledge. The goal is to have 500 people take a pledge to live healthier in the next year. Ivy Publications will then follow 5 of the pledges throughout the year to track the progress.

The Healthy Living Directory was created in 1996 by Birch Studio as a terrific resource to promote the natural health community in and around Charlottesville. We at Ivy Publications were very honored when asked to take it over and welcome it into our own line of publications,” said co-publisher Jennifer Bryerton.

“All of us at Ivy Publications are proud to further its mission as well as create new features, expand the distribution and take the publication to a new exciting level. We are looking forward to the launch of this, our latest publication, at the Eco Fair,” added co-publisher Robin Bethke.

If you have any questions or are interested in covering the event, please contact Jennifer Bryerton at [email protected].

For more information: Ivy Publications at 434-984-4713.

From Ivy Publications, publishers of Charlottesville Wine & Country Weddings, an art book celebrating elegant country weddings in Jefferson’s Virginia; CharlottesvilleFamily, a monthly parenting magazine with a calendar of Charlottesville festivals and events plus stories on education, health and family fun; the Charlottesville Welcome Book, a guide to attractions like Monticello, vineyards, the University of Virginia as well as a relocation handbook; and the Healthy Living Directory, an annual directory of the area’s conventional, complementary, and integrative medical and wellness practitioners.