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Harvest Fair Participants 2015

See who's coming to the Harvest Fair - farmers, vendors, sponsors, non-profits.

Saturday, Sept. 12
at Meridian Park, 4649 Sunnyside Ave N
Seattle, WA

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 Food Vendors

Alexandra's Macarons - Delicious and colorful macarons

Broadcast Coffee
- Local roasters selling delicious coffee

Half Pint Homemade Ice Cream -
Made-from-scratch ice creams with local ingredients

Honest Biscuits - Homemade, delicious savory and sweet biscuits.

Monster Dogs - High quality hotdogs.

Neema's Comfort - BBQ and food for the soul.

Nuflours - Gluten free baked goods.

Outside the Box - Paleo-friendly mobile food truck, organic and local.

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

PCC Cooks - Fresh organic corn for the crowd!

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

Pie - Sweet and savory pies.

Simple Kettle Corn - Delicious, kettle corn.

 Other Sustainable Vendors

Barn2Door - A business for those who grow clean, sustainable food to sell online right from the source.

Beautanical - Aromatherapy soaps and products.

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

Cascadia Edible Landscapes - Veggie plant starts, perennials, berry plants, fruit trees, cold frames, raised bed kits.

Cedar Grove Compost - Info about in-home composting.

Chavah's Garden - Watercolor tea towels, art cards, postcards.

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

Edible Seattle - Celebrating the seasonal bounty of Puget Sound.

Farmigo - Online farm-to-neighborhood grocer

Firefly Kitchens - Raw, organic delicious fermented kraut and kimchi.

Fungi Perfecti - Mushroom growing kits and gifts.

Green Cleaning Seattle: Otium Maid Services - Green cleaning services.

Mariposa Naturescapes - Native plant starts.

Naked Juice/Wholesome Wave - Custom glass bottles, 100% of proceeds will go to Wholesome Wave.

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

Oliotto and Ilee Papergoods- Screen printed towels, totes and pot holders.

Olykraut - Raw small batch sauerkraut handmade in Olympia.

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

Rainwise - Information on rain gardens and cisterns.

Readers to Eaters - Books promoting food literacy from the ground up.

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

Revival Ink - Organic, eco-friendly clothing.

Root and Radicle Seed Co. - Non-GMO vegetable and herb seeds, gardening products.

Scratch & Peck Feed - Certified organic and non-GMO livestock feed.

The Shrubbery - Small bottles of flavorful shrubs to add to your beverages.

Soulever Chocolates - Soy, gluten free and vegan chocolates.
 
Uzura - Hemp messenger bags, organic t shirts.

WeDesign - Offers design and implement functional gardens and green spaces that provide food, shade, privacy, and enjoyment.

Wei Kitchen - Asian and Vietnamese-inspired small batch cooking products.


  Local Farmers

Boistfort Family Farms - Certified organic vegetables, fruit and other produce.

Burnt Ridge Nursery - Variety of organic fruit, jams, apple sauce and apple butter

City Grown Seattle - Produce grown throughout the city of Seattle.

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

Flying Cow Creamery - Delicious yogurt in glass containers.

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 Program - Fresh local produce grown using organic ingredients (transitioning to Certified Organic): reens, tomatoes, coffee

Seattle Tilth Farm Works - Fresh local produce from our farm in Auburn grown using organic ingredients (transitioning to Certified Organic)

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

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

Steel Wheel Farm - Fresh produce Certified Naturally Grown including tomatoes, squash, peppers and potatoes


  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.

Seattle Tilth's Community Kitchens Northwest -
Find out about cooking and nutrition education and training program

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

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

Rite of Passage Journeys - Mentors youth, adults, and elders through life transitions, initiating soulful leaders for the next generation.

Sustainable Agriculture Education Collaborative (SAgE) - College courses that focus on urban and small farm agriculture and bio-regional food systems.

Salish Sea Trading Cooperative - A Ballard non-profit, relies on wind and tide to transport locally produced goods around Puget Sound by sailboat.

Wallingford Community Council - A neighborhood voice for the Wallingford neighborhood.

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

Washington State Department of Agriculture






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