Building a healthy community, one that is inclusive, equitable, and enhances the lives of all those who call this area “home” is a main focus of the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival. Our community and region has much to offer, and it is exciting to see so many innovative projects designed to enhance our region’s quality of life in the works! These are the result of the work of individuals, organizations, non-profits, and city agencies working collaboratively to bring them to fruition.
We encourage you to explore the wide range of organizations from all over the North State dedicated to building healthy communities on display at the Festival. Their work is inspiring, innovative and challenges each of us to actively participate in shaping our community in ways that benefit everyone.
If your organization or business would like to join our list of Healthy Community exhibitors at the 2018 Festival on Saturday April 21st, we’d love to talk with you or encourage you to fill out the 2018 Exhibitor Application!
Current list of 2018 Exhibitors dedicated to building healthy communities include: Twin Palms 4-H – Petting Zoo Shasta High School Ceramics Rock Arts & Crafts Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board West Apiaries Christy Creek Gourds Pressed for Time [/one-third-first]
Twin Palms 4-H – Petting Zoo
Shasta High School Ceramics
Rock Arts & Crafts
Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board
Christy Creek Gourds
Pressed for Time
Click on the link below to view a complete list of 2018 Exhibitors: