Exhibitors 2014

Apply here to become an exhibitor at The Garden Faire 2014.

2014 Vendor Application-rev

Garden

  • A Tool Shed Equipment Rentals — Equipment rental and sales.
  • Accent Landscape & Masonry — Masonry Contractors, Landscape Contractors, General Contractors
  • Allterra Solar — Free solar evaluations for home and businesses
  • Barn Shop Woodworks — Handcrafted redwood furniture & garden products
  • Barn Wood Birdhouses –
  • Bushman Rainwater Harvesting — Collecting and safely storing clean, untreated rainwater
  • City of Scotts Valley Public Works — Storm Water Outreach Information and an activity appropriate for the whole family to learn about ways to protect our oceans & creeks. Our motto: “Only Rain Down the Drain.”
  • Copper Moon Apothecary — Local hand-crafted organic soaps, lotions & herbal remedies using local herbs, flowers & plant extracts
  • Crescent Hill Nursery — Rare & unusual perennial plants
  • Farm Fuel, Inc. — Local, sustainably produced, OMRI-listed mustard meal fertilizer and cover crop seed
  • Garden Exchange — (see “Santa Cruz Garden Exchange,” below)
  • Garden Kingdoms — Locally designed and created garden bed borders inspired by castles and Mayan temple ruins.
  • Gophers Limited — Wildlife control, traps, baskets & wire
  • Healing Spirit Plants – Medicinal herb plants from traditions around the world
  • Imagination by Francesca — Face-painting Services
  • Inner Light Ministries — We will provide activities for children, aligning with The Garden Faire’s intent and theme. We will also have an affirmations photo booth, informational materials, and a display of Inner Light’s rainwater catchment system.
  • Insect News Network — It’s Not Just About The Bugs . . . It’s About Us
  • Knox Garden Box — Elevated gardening/hand-made wood items
  • Leaf Blower Task Force, The — The Task Force will invite Faire visitors to respond to its survey regarding leaf blowers.
  • Merrill’s Metal Works — Metal garden art
  • Monroe’s Natural Bath — 100% certified natural cotton bath towels use less water to wash, and dry 40% faster than terry
  • Monterey Bay Iris Society — Iris culture information, sale of iris rhizomes
  • Pfister’s Perennials — Perennials, Tim’s unique potted arrangements, Japanese maples, succulents, bamboo
  • Phil Cayler — Demonstrations and free assessments/acupressure; nutritional evaluations
  • Robin’s Keep — Mosaic artist – bird baths, step stones, statuary, plaques, tables, chairs, and much more
  • Santa Cruz Bats — A Santa Cruz-based, all-volunteer-run organization devoted to rescuing bats, educating the public about bats, and advocating for the protection of bats
  • Santa Cruz Garden Exchange – Dedicated to helping gardeners exchange their volunteers, cuttings, divisions or any other growing thing they can’t bear to throw out
  • Scotts Valley 4-H Club – Youth development program – non-profit
  • Scotts Valley Sprinkler & Pipe Supply— The area’s water expert. We are the leading provider of water and septic tanks, pumps, sprinklers, pipe, erosion control products and rainwater harvesting products. If it has to do with Mother Earth and water, we have the expertise and the products to serve your needs.
  • Super Starts — Vigorous veggies, hardy herbs and flourishing flowers for your garden
  • Terra Nova Ecological Landscaping — In business for over 25 years in Santa Cruz County, performing ecological design, build and maintain. Terra Nova also specializes in water management strategies like greywater and rainwater harvesting.
  • The Food Fairy — Inspiring families in healthy, vital living
  • Thea’s Touch — Teacups and vintage containers with tiny succulents (darling!) and garden art cards and photos
  • Tower Garden by Juice Plus+ — An aeroponic closed-system vertical garden that uses less than 10% of the water a normal garden uses. It is efficient and socially responsible.
  • UCCE Master Gardeners of Monterey Bay — Sustainable and water-wise horticultural information
  • Valley Women’s Club, Environmental Committee — Hands-on demonstration of water conservation practices
  • Vicality Santa Cruz — New site for sustainability in Santa Cruz County
  • Vision Recycling — Vision Recycling processes organic material into compost, mulch, wood chips & amendments
  • Water Conservation Coalition of Santa Cruz County — Advice, information and free water-saving devices from water districts throughout Santa Cruz County.
  • Weston A. Price Foundation — Dedicated to restoring nutrient-dense foods to the human diet through education, research and activism. We support a number of movements that contribute to this objective, including accurate nutrition instruction, organic and biodynamic farming, pasture-feeding of livestock, community-supported farms, honest and informative labeling, prepared parenting and nurturing therapies.
  • Wood 4 U – (more info to come)

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