In alphabetical order, here are our fabulous 2016 Vendors! Please note we are accepting vendor contracts until March 31rst. This list is up to date as of 3/28.
Fresh and organic Ethiopian Food! Delicious meals with both vegetarian/vegan & meat options.
We foster artisan baking for the home baker through video tutorials and offer products to make it easy. We will be selling our new line of organic baking mixes made with organic stone ground ancient and heirloom variety flours plus some of our line of organic ancient and heirloom flours all freshly milled locally.
#Homemade #Organic #HealthyLiving #LandStewardship #SmallLocallyOwnedBusiness #Craftsmanship #LocallySourced #SustainablyHarvested #Social Impact
Hand-printed, organic and natural fiber, women’s clothing
#Organic #FairTrade #SmallLocallyOwnedBusiness designed and hand-printed in Fairfield!
A variety of fresh baked Croissants from scratch!
Natural Products for a Natural Lifestyle. A variety of aromatherapy, body care products & sewn its, healthy live food, garden related plants, calendars, tools, and more!
#Homemade #HomeGrown #Organic #Healthy Living #Land Stewardship #SmallLocallyOwnedBusiness #Green Technology #LocallySourced #SustainablyHarvested #Social Impact
WE MAKE STUFF
#Homemade #Craftsmanship #LocallySourced #UpCycled
Green Iowa AmeriCorps
We do free energy audits and weatherizations to reduce energy consumption and reduce costs particularly for those who qualify as low-income, elderly, disabled, or veterans.
John Fellmer’s Handmade Pens
Handmade rollerball pens
Joy in the Kitchen
Organic, gluten free, vegan baked, cooked, cultured and raw foods. Yum!
#Homemade #HomeGrown #Organic #FairTrade #SmallLocallyOwnedBusiness #LocallySourced #SustainablyHarvested
Joy can be found at the indoor Fairfield Farmers Market at the Senior Center every Saturday October-May
Join us for a crafts activity and learn about our upcoming Hope for Life events
#HealthyLiving #Social Impact
Greeting cards, paintings, felted owls and turtles! Plus a free crafts activity for kids!
#Homemade #SmallLocallyOwnedBusiness #Craftsmanship #UpCycled
The MUM Recreation Center provides opportunity for people of all ages and races to commune together and meet their exercise needs for a more connected life.
Cooking and kitchen supplies
Herb-infused olive oils, vinegars, soaps, salves, lip balms, dried herbs and herb seedlings!
#Homemade #HomeGrown #Organic #HealthyLiving #LandStewardship #SmallLocallyOwnedBusiness #Craftsmanship #LocallySourced #SustainablyHarvested
Senior (55+) volunteer recruitment and placement at a dozen nonprofit agencies in Jefferson County; also attracting adults of any age to serve on Advisory Council.
#HealthyLiving #SocialImpact Improving quality of life for the County and volunteers
We manufacture Eco-friendly, off-road RVs. We use locally sourced wood, low VOC paints and adhesives, and have goals to be socially responsible employers. We also sell and install car audio and 4×4 accessories.
#SmallLocallyOwnedBusiness #GreenTechnology #Craftsmanship #LocallySourced
#Organic #Healthy Living #SmallLocallyOwnedBusiness
A naturopathic synergistic approach to filling in the nutritional deficiencies in the human body. Formulated and manufactured right here in the United States!
What is the Green Fair? And what is a Seed Swap? Learn more about this year’s festivities in the March edition Iowa Source!
Have you ever wanted to make your own soaps? What about a custom bath or beauty product? Stephanie Ellis invites you to do just that, and “Invent your scent with bath•ologie!” A buffet of natural and organic products allow you to select exactly what ingredients you want, while Stephanie keeps your recipe on track to ensure a successful finished product.
Bathologie is described as, “The original home of the custom blending bar where you design your own bath and body collection. Our fresh, custom blended bath, body and home collection is available exclusively through in-home blending bars by Independent Bathologists.”
So what is a blending bar? “A Blending Bar is an interactive party where every guest enjoys inventing their custom scent to be added to any of our natural and organic products.” You can even “Complete the customization process by designing your own label.”
Stephanie recently became a bathologist. She says, “I am excited to have a flexible and fun way to market a quality product. I always like to be busy and since I completed my masters degree in engineering I wanted to find something that motivated me to keep learning and growing. I researched over 50 potential outlets to devote my time outside of work to and am so excited and think I made a great choice.”
You’re invited to the bath•ologie party at this year’s Green Fair!
Saturday April 2nd 8:30am-4:30pm, Fairfield Arts and Convention Center Expo Hall
The Pickle Creek Dog Soup stars on this month’s cover of the Iowa Source, with a feature article by gifted farmer, writer, and artisan oil, vinegar, soap & salve maker Jocelyn Engman. We interviewed one of our most dedicated #GreenFair vendors, Colleen Bell, to learn the story of Earth Wisdom and pay a visit to her magical home-garden-business. Lastly, learn about Fashion–why EcoFashion matters, and what to look forward to at this year’s EcoJam!
11am-3pm Chautauqua Style Event, Rainy Day Location Fairfield Arts & Convention Center Expo Hall
It’s a stormy morning! The event will be held indoors at Fairfield Arts and Convention Center Expo Hall, unless the rain completely clears up by 9 am. If it’s sunny–find us at the square. If it’s rainy–FACC Expo Hall.
We are very pleased to announce the following speakers and performers for our “Chautauqua” style event:
11-11:15 am Jacob B. Krieger opening Music
11:15-11:45 am Musicians Steve and Michaela McLain
11:45 Award to @HyVee & talk by Dee Sandquist, HyVee dietitian
12 pm Adam Plagge, Fairfield Economic Dev. Association
12:15–12:45 pm Musicians Steve and Michaela McLain
12:45 pm Award to and talk by Rebecca Johnson, Fairfield Public Library – Youth Services Page
1:15pm Music by Surya Zeeb
1:40pm Award to @Everbody’s Whole Foods
1:45pm Michael Halley, speaking about the Urban Tree Plan
2 pm Appreciation of the The Lord’s Cupboard of Jefferson County & talk by Laura Cohen
2:15 pm Music by Keith DeBoer
2:40 pm Award to and talk by Jan Linn Swinton, Pathfinders and Hometown Rewards
2:55 pm Invitation to Garden Planting by Sascha Kyssa
3 pm–Green March! Rotaract will lead a procession from the Chautauqua event to the Garden. Featuring talks by youth leaders on community projects.
3:30 pm–Garden Dedication & Planting Rain or shine at the corner of 3rd and Grimes! Wear clothing appropriate to the weather. Our raised garden area is covered in a layer of 4-6 inch wood chip mulch, so it shouldn’t be too muddy in the garden itself but it will likely be wet. Some parking available along 3rd street and along Grimes (in front of the old St. Mary’s schoolhouse.) Seeds love to be planted in the rain! They appreciate the immediate moisture and subsequent watering.
EcoFairfield Posters are going up. Our full schedule of events is online at https://ecofairfield.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/2014-ecofest-schedule/
If your business or organization would like to showcase an EcoFairfield poster, please contact Matthew Lindberg-Work at email@example.com
We have been filling up our booths with “Green Vendors” at the Green Fair, Saturday, April 26th!
The Green Fair is open to the public this Saturday, from 9 am -to- 4:30 pm in the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center. The Fair highlights local crafters, growers, and bakers, and includes free workshops and a Seed Swap (sponsored by the Fairfield Public Library). The entire events is a festive family-friendly setting.
There’s more than one way to be Green! If you:
Design & create your products from scratch
Sustainably source your materials or ingredients
Offer Fair-Trade or Organic merchandise
Upcycle materials to create new products, or
Sell locally made products
You qualify as a Green Vendor! Local organizations dedicated to promoting health and wellness, environmental sustainability, or social causes also qualify as Green Vendors. Please note that food vendors must provide proof of insurance to FACC, or sell only breads, cookies, fruit pies, or non-custard pastries. (Details provided in Vendor Contract.)
Booth prices are as follows:
Standard booth (suggested 6 ft table, 8ftx8ft space)–$35
Standard booth w/ electricity–$40
Shared booth (half of a 6 ft table, or 2-3 ft table in a 4ftx4ft)–$20
Shared booth w/ electricity–$25
Corner booth (suggested 2 tables, 10ftx8ft space)–$55
Please bring your own table, or reserve one for an additional $10.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject “Vendor Reservation.” When we receive your RSVP, we will send a vendor contract and billing information. Booths will be reserved in the order of contracts received.
Looking forward to this year’s event!