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Fair Food Matters
Southwest Michigan Harvest Fest
is a
Fair Food Matters
event hosted at
Tillers International
Tillers

Thank you to our
2014
SPONSORS:

Platinum Sponsors

Stucki Family Foundation

Gold Sponsors

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Silver Sponsors

Better World Builders

Michigan Organic Food & Farm Alliance

MSU Center for Regional Food Systems

Natural Health Center

People's Food Co-op

Bronze Sponsors

Audubon Society of Kalamazoo

Crop Services International and Flowerfield Enterprises

Inky Dinky
Screen Printing


Michigan Land Trustees

Sawall Health Foods

Smallmouth

Van Buren Conservation District

Wiltse Kitchen

Family Tent Sponsor

Advia Credit Union

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harvest fest

WELCOME TO HARVEST FEST

Come join the fun at the 12th annual Southwest Michigan Harvest Fest to be held on Sunday, September 21, 2014. The Fest runs from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM and is held at Tillers International in Scotts, Michigan, a short ride east from Kalamazoo and Portage.

As part of this year's demonstration on seed saving, we are encouraging attendees to bring some seeds to share or trade. The focus of the presentation will be on heirloom vegetable seeds capable of producing viable seeds, but feel free to bring left over seeds from your last garden planting or even seeds from your favorite native plants. If you have any specific or interesting knowledge about the plants your seeds will grow, bring that too!

Be sure to stop by the teacup-style silent auction in front of the Blacksmith Shop. Purchase as many tickets as you like and drop them in the “tea cup” next to items you would like to win. We’ll be drawing winners at 4:00. You don’t have to be present to win, we’ll contact you to pick up your prize(s).

Admission

  • $15 per carload
  • $1 per person for busloads of ten or more
  • Free for bicyclists
  • Free to Bridge Card holders

Shuttle Bus

This year we are offering a shuttle bus between People's Food Co-op and Harvest Fest for folks without transportation. The schedule is as follows:

  • 10:00 a.m. departs People's Food Co-op going to Harvest Fest
  • 12:30 p.m. departs Harvest Fest headed back to People's Food Co-op
  • 1:00 p.m. departs People's Food Co-op going to Harvest Fest
  • 5:30 p.m. departs Harvest Fest headed back to People's Food Co-op
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2014
EXHIBITORS:

AACORN Farm

Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine

All Stirred Up

Audubon Society of Kalamazoo

Baha'I Faith of the Kalamazoo Area

Bath Fitter

BeeSnug Honey & Hive

Better World Builders

Bonamego Farms

Brickyard Farms LLC

Buy Local Greater Kalamazoo

Cherri's Chocolart

Common Ground Kalamazoo

Curvey Girl Soap

Desert Rose Herbs

DoughChicks

Eileen's English Toffee

Flowerfield Enterprises/Crop Services International

Follow the Buffalo, Inc

Four Elements Energy

Granny Janny Herbs

Green's MM Beefalow Farm

Healing Realm Therapeutic Massage

Jenny Spears & Munson Family

Kalamazoo Area Wildones

Kellogg Biological Station

Kelly Clark

Kismet Farm Bakery.com

Lake Village Homestead Farm

LeValley Outdoors LLC

Lucinda Michael

Lucy in the sky

Maple Men Farms

Michigan Organic Food & Farm Alliance

MSU Center for Regional Food Systems

MSU Extension Community Food Systems

Native Art

Natural Health Center

NYR Organic

One World Center

Palisades Shutdown Campaign

People's Food Co-op

Poppy Candle Co

The Rug Lady

Rutgers Wooden Spoons

The Sassy Ewe

Sawall Health Foods

Tabatha Farm Urban Homestead & Community Garden

Skintastic Creations

Valerie Groszmann

Van Buren Conservation District

Whitney Farm

Wiltse Kitchen