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Harvest Fair Participants

Browse the list of all the food vendors, farmers, community organizations and other vendors that will be participating in Seattle Tilth's Harvest Fair this year!

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Saturday, Aug. 6
at Meridian Park, 4850 Meridian Ave N
Seattle, WA

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 Food Vendors

Alexandra's Macarons - Delicious and colorful macarons

Igloo Rolls - Thai fried ice cream rolls

Monster Dogs - High quality hotdogs.

Patty Pan Cooperative- Organic, local veggies, quesadillas, and tamales.

PCC Cooks - Diverse educational program offering more than 1,300 cooking classes a year at six beautiful PCC teaching classrooms. 

PCC Taste Mobile - A unique product-sampling program that allows kids to taste and discover for themselves that natural and organic foods taste great.

 Other Vendors

ACME Farms + Kitchen
 - Check out their Locavore Box,  a carefully curated array of local meat, fish, cheese, bread, pasta, produce, and more delivered to customers.

Adiantum School of Plant Medicine - Offers day classes and multiple day courses on plant identification, both native and garden, as well as medicinal, culinary and edible uses of plants.

Cascadia Edible Landscapes - A design-build edible landscape and neighborhood company that works to create customized solutions.

Body & Brain Yoga and Tai Chi - Aura reading service, CDs and tapes on yoga and meditation.

Cascadia Edible Landscapes - A design-build edible landscape and neighborhood company that works to create customized solutions.

Chinook Book - Coupon book for local, sustainable businesses (includes Seattle Tilth coupons!)

Dapper Swan - Browse a selection from over 31 handcrafted artisan chutneys including: worldly, gluten free, natural, local farmed ingredients when possible, organic when possible.  

Figbo - Figbo delivers vegetables, meat, fruits and artisan food items from local Seattle farms to your doorstep.

Josephine - A resource market place for home cooks and is launching a new community in Seattle. 

KitchKarma - KitchKarma aims at connecting people who are looking for cooking jobs with people who are looking to enjoy food made in their own kitchen.

OASIS Edible Naturescapes -
Native plant starts.

New Roots Organics -
Fresh and delicious organic produce delivery service.

OlyKraut - Raw small batch sauerkraut handmade in Olympia.

Orange Twist
- Cards and baby apparel screenprinted in Seattle using organic cotton and recycled cardstock.

Renewal by Anderson
- You local Seattle experts on replacing wood, aluminum, and vinyl windows.

Walt's Organic Fertilizer Co. - Specializes in certified organic products for the organic gardener, urban farmer and chicken enthusiast.

  Local Farmers

Collins Family Orchards - Fruits for sale including peaches, nectarines, apples, pears, plums and pluots.  

Mezza Luna Farms - Mixed variety of organic heirloom veggies and flowers.

Nash's Organic - Organic produce.

Rest Awhile Country Market - Certified organic, selling peaches, jams, and baked goods.

Seattle Tilth's Seattle Youth Garden Works - Fresh local produce grown using certified organic ingredients: greens, tomatoes, coffee.

Smith Brothers Farms
- Dairy delivery service, family owned for 90 years.

Stannard Farm
- Organic maple syrup, maple sugar, maple candy.

  Community Organizations

Bastyr Center for Natural Health - Natural health clinic, with resident doctors
on hand.

City Fruit -
Promotes cultivation of urban fruit.

Community Alliance for Global Justice -
Educates and mobilizes with individuals and organizations to strengthen local economies everywhere.

Farms for Life - Links local farms with agencies who serve people in need of healthy food.

Green Up, Seattle City Light - Green Up is Seattle City Light's voluntary green power program for residential and business customers.

Heifer International -
Interactive activities about global hunger and poverty, and information on possible solutions.

PCC Farmland Trust - Secures, protects and stewards sustainable and organic farmland in Washington, protecting healthy, local food for the next generation.

- Provides pruning classes, workshops, lectures and other activities to educate both home gardeners and garden professionals.

Puget Sound Beekeepers Association - Beehive display, honey tasting, and beekeeping information and literature.

Rainwise (Seattle Public Utilities & King County)
 - Information on rain gardens and cisterns. 

Solid Ground
- A Seattle-based nonprofit working to end poverty and undo racism and other oppressions that are root causes of poverty in our community.

Washington Native Plants Society
- A definitive source of practical information about Washington's native plants and their value in our gardens and environment.



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