Healthy Communities

Building healthy communities is an integral part of our society and one of the main focuses of the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival. We encourage you to explore the wide range of organizations from all over the North State dedicated to building healthy communities. Their work is inspiring, innovative and challenges each of us to actively participate in shaping our community in ways that benefit everyone.

Are you an organization who is working to build a healthier community? Are you looking for a place to spread your message and inform people about what you are trying to do? Why not consider becoming a 2018 Whole Earth and Watershed Festival Exhibitor!

2018 Exhibitor Information Here!

Here are some of the organizations and businesses at the 2017 Festival whose services, products, and advocacy are making our north state region thrive: 

Stand Against Stigma – Shasta HHSA

Twin Palms 4-H – Petting Zoo

Shasta County Master Gardeners

Shasta Living Streets

RABA Bus Picture   Redding Area Bus Authority

Western Service Workers Association

Turtle Bay Exploration Park and Arboretum

Environmental Alternatives Foster Family Agency

City of Redding Recreation

Edward Jones Investments

American Cultural Exchange Service

Shasta County Fire Prevention Officers

Haven Humane

Trails and Bikeways Council of Greater Redding

Healthy Gardens

Redding Rancheria

NorCalOUTreach Project

 

KKRN Community Radio

Shasta Public Library

North State Parent Magazine

Golden Umbrella Senior Corps

Chico Veterans Center

Simpson University Outdoor Learning

Girl’s Inc.

Shasta Master Gardeners

ACLU – Shasta Chapter

Ready for Life Foster Agency

City of Redding Utilities – Solid Waste, REU, Water, Parks

Pennovation

4-H Youth Development Program (STEM)

Monarch Charter School

Miracle Mile Records

The PEACE Initiative

Shasta High School Ceramics

KFOI Community Radio

Tutor Doctor

Phi Theta Kappa – Shasta College

 

SAVE THE DATE – Saturday, April 21st 2018: the 12th Annual Whole Earth and Watershed Festival

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