Rain or Shine!
From artists to craftspeople to vendors of great locally produced products, there'll be plenty of folk to visit — all in one place. Here's a list of the exhibitors
who will be at Harvest Fest this year:
All Stirred Up
Serving a variety of fresh roasted coffee and selling beans, ground and whole. Also selling a variety of fabulous fall pastries.
phone: 269-567-8344 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Audubon Society of Kalamazoo
The local chapter of Michigan Audubon dedicated to enjoyment, research, conservation of and education about birds and our natural environment.
Better World Builders
Better World Builders is here to help change the world by providing Home Stewardship, Energy Assessments, and Deep Energy Retrofits. We start with the understanding that the buildings in which we live and work are whole systems. We take information for the owner, analyze utility usage, and evaluate the building from top to bottom to identify where energy is wasted. Next we develop a strategy to make the space more energy efficient and comfortable, then we test out and validate the work once it is in place.
phone: 269-383-7862 / email: email@example.com
author of Michigan Fruit
Hand made chocolates and caranels.
Common Ground is a community-wide effort to promote and support gardening in neighborhoods, schools, churches and shared properties throughout Kalamazoo County.
Curvy Girls Soap
Maker of soaps, shampoos, pet soaps, and herbal salves. Products are very pure, made with high-quality, all-natural ingredients. Located in downtown Lawrence Michigan.
Kathey Lynn Gold
Dessert Rose Herbs
Eileen's English Toffee
The finest English Toffee in the world. An Authentic recipeThe finest English Toffee in the world. An Authentic recipe from Surrey England, Made to crumble in your mouth and not stick to your teeth.
phone: 269-352-5589 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel the Love Tees
Founded by Mary Appelhof in 1976, Flowerfield Enterprises promotes vermicomposting (indoor composting of kitchen waste using worms) and the use of Compost Tea, a rich aerated brew of compost and nutrients. Compost Tea can reduce and eliminate the use of chemical products on lawns, fields, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and playing fields, and is completely safe for children, pets, and livestock. The use of compost tea and vermicompost exemplify the biological approach to sustainability: Put back what has been depleted in the soil, and do no more harm.
Four Elements Energy
A local renewable energy company dedicated to helping you improve your energy future. Our Southwest Michigan-based renewable energy professionals provide custom-designed renewable energy solutions for residential and commercial applications.
phone: 269-267-1804 / email: email@example.com
Granny Janny Herbs
Granny Janny Herbs, a project of Creative Health Arts, creates trusted herbal remedies for wellness using as many local "weeds" and ingredients as possible. Teas, salves, tinctures, etc., will be available. Creative Health Arts also offers the services of home birth midwifery and expressive art therapy.
Juice Plus+ and Tower Garden by Juice Plus+
Juice Plus+continues to be the most researched whole food supplement in the world. The recent addition of the Tower Garden—hydroponic and aeroponic vertical growing system provides support to families with easy, convenient and affordable ways to increase the intake of fruits and vegetables
Kalamazoo Area Wild Ones
Wild Ones is a not-for-profit organization that promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices to enhance biodiversity through preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities. The Kalamazoo Area Chapter of the Wild Ones meets monthly for field trips and invited speakers to educate its members about growing native plants. They provide assistance to their members on the identification and requirements of native species and they participate in projects in the community involving the use of native plants.
Kalamazoo County Drain Commissioners
Our Mission is to provide for the health, safety and welfare of Kalamazoo County citizens, the protection of surface waters and the environment, and to promote the long-term environmental sustainability of Kalamazoo County by providing storm water management, flood control, soil erosion controls and education
Kalamazoo Nature Center - Delano Farms
Find out what it means to be a supporter of this local food effort! They are in the the 2nd, going on the 3rd year of farming for shareholders. Fresh local produce pulled out of their fields each week for you! Farm staff will be on hand to explain how they operate
Kismet Farm's certifiied organic Heirloom tomatoes and melons, as well as farm fresh, all natural baked goods.
Manitou Arbor Ecovillage
Manitou Arbor Ecovillage is an eco-spiritual community dedicated to caring for people and the Earth by living and demonstrating a sustainable culture appropriate to our bioregion. Our community is in the process of formation. Please visit our table to learn more about us.
Mary Powers, Metalsmith
Working in copper, silver, and gold with semi-precious stones, pearls, and natural materials. Pendants and turtle amulets are her specialty. Custom work will be considered.
Mattawan Artisan Creamery
Michigan AgrAbility is a program for farmers or people interested in farming that have a disability or a chronic condition that makes farming difficulut.
Michigan Land Trustees of America
The Michigan Land Trustees are convinced that healthy connections and relationships between people, plant and animal life, and the environment are the source of true wealth....
Natural Health Center
Kalamazoo's Center for: Vitamins, Groceries, Non-GMO, Vegetarian Shopping, and so much more…
People's Food Co-op
People's Food Co-op of Kalamazoo is a consumer-owned cooperative grocery store, bringing a full array of natural products and healthful foods to the community at reasonable prices.
Poppy Candle Company
The Rug Lady
Beautiful hand-made rugs for your enjoyment! 100% American-made rugs, mostly from salvaged materials.
Tabitha Farm Urban Homestead & Community Garden
Located on 2 acres
of land on the south side of downtown Kalamazoo, Tabitha Farm Urban
Homestead & Community Garden supports a Community Garden open to
anyone in the neighborhood, a fruit orchard, egg laying chickens, and
ducks, a huge compost operation to feed and mend the city soil it
lives on, a play area and basketball court for neighborhood kids, and
lots of greenspace. Tabitha provides a safe, green space for south
side of Kalamazoo city residents to grow food for themselves and their
families in a sustainable, holistic way. Tabitha's space is also a
place for children to play, learn, and grow in acceptance. To support
the homestead, we sell fresh produce, herbs, dried herbal& medicinal
teas, fruit preserves and baked goods.
Your hosts for the Community Harvest Fest. Tillers was created to help farmers abroad develop their production and communities. At the Harvest Fest we will have information available about this important work.
Two Rivers Coalition, Inc.
The Two Rivers Coalition, Inc. is a citizen based group working to protect the health of the Black River and Paw Paw River Watersheds through conservation, education, and advocacy.
Tudor House Tea & Spice
Tudor House Tea & Spice carries loose leaf teas and organic herbs and spices, all from the everyday to the exotic. They also have fun and practical tea ware and gourmet foods, including Cherri's Chocol'art.
T-shirts, buttons, stickers, flags. Earth, food, peace, justice.
Van Buren Conservation District
Our district is a local agency established to coordinate and implement conservation and natural resource programs at the local level in cooperation with local entities as well as federal and state agencies. We work in partnership with these entities to provide valuable technical assistance, financial assistance and educational opportunities to the people of Van Buren County, Michigan.
Right here in Scotts, home of Tillers and the Harvest Fest, Ken and Susan Wiltse make an awesome homemade granola. Our Just-GOOD-Stuff Granola is 65% organic and contains organic oats, Michigan wildflower honey, olive oil (not canola!), Michigan cherries, and cranberries, raw pecans and black walnuts, raw and organic almonds, flaxseed, sesame seeds, and sunflower seeds. We also use Madagascar "Bourbon Island" vanilla, Veitnamese cinnamon, freshly-grated nutmeg and sea salt. We truly feel it is Just-GOOD-Stuff Granola. We also make homemade, half-the-sugar jams and jellies (with no artificial ingredients). Fruits include blackberry, blueberry, cherry, cranberry, crab apple, elderberry, gooseberry, orange marmalade, white peach, hot pepper, plum, raspberry, and strawberry-rhubarb.
Ken & Susan Wiltse
Phone: 269-626-8245 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- Beverly Yee
- phone: 269-353-3520