Date: Saturday, 8/27/2016
Time: 10:30 am – 6:00 pm
Vendor Setup Time: 6:00 -10:00 am
Location: Building 8A: Bioresource and Agriculture Engineering Shop
The Vendor Fair is open to the public! You do not need to be registered for the Festival.
Vendor of Fruiting Plants
Black Diamond VermiCompost
Nature’s Soil Food Made by Worms
Cal Poly Horticulture & Crop Science Department
Specializing in the three primary areas of Environmental Horticultural Science, Fruit and Crop Science, and Plant Protection Science.
Rainwater tanks, accessories, and grey water fittings.
CRFG Central Coast Chapter
Plants, garden-related books and knick knacks, information.
Rescuing nature’s bounty for the benefit of the community
Good Land Organics/California Grown Coffee
Specially selected CA grown Coffee Plants, Sub-tropicals, Truffle inoculated Oaks
Kandarian Organic Farms
Eat where you live. Trust what you eat.
Kendra Aronson Creative Studio
Writing, Photography, Graphic Design, Web Design
Marcie Hawthorne, Artist
Murals, Illustration & Faux Effects
One Cool Earth
Teaching kids to grow edibles at schools!
Seed Developer, Gardener, Entrepreneur, Author
Local honey and fruit
Author, Speaker, and Gardener
Workwear for Women
SLO County Agricultural Department
Important Agricultural Information
SLOW Money San Luis Obispo
Supporting the sustainable growth of small businesses which benefit the local food economy and the health of SLO County.
SLO Permaculture Guild
Dedicated for holding space for community members to build knowledge, build support, and co-create the solutions for an abundant tomorrow.
SLO Seed Exchange
Encouraging the practice of cultivating and saving seeds. Drop by for Information and seeds!
Tiber Canyon Olive Ranch
Our blend of olives from select Italian varietals produces a distinctive Tuscan olive oil with California style. We tend our olive groves using sustainable practices in the Mediterranean climate of the coastal hills of Central California.
UC Master Gardeners of San Luis Obispo
Extend research based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape practices to the residents of California and be guided by our core values and strategic initiatives.
Moving Plants Across the California State Line
If you want to participate as a vendor during Saturday’s Festival of Fruit that takes place across Cal Poly’s San Luis Obispo campus, fill out and mail the form at the bottom of this page.
Vendors of Agricultural Products
The SLO County Department of Agriculture requires that you fill out their Plant Vendor Notification Form by July 8, 2016. If you miss the deadline, please send the form to them as soon as possible.
The department will work directly with you to make sure that you are under compliance and also that your plant materials are inspected upon arrival either Friday afternoon or Saturday morning.
Return the form via:
- Email: send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: (805) 781-1035
- Mail: Marc A. Lea
Deputy Agricultural Commissioner
San Luis Obispo County Department of Agriculture
2156 Sierra Way, Suite A
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401< /li>
The Deputy Agricultural Commissioner understands that there could be changes to your inventory, especially since there will be a month between this form being due and the actual event. You can work with him to make adjustments to the number of plants that you are bringing, or add or delete a plant from the list, as the event gets closer.
More information about where and when plant inspections will be held on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning will be available by August.