2017 UCSC CASFS Harvest Festival Tabling Registration Form

Date: Sunday, October 1, 2017
Time: 11am-5pm
Location: UCSC CASFS Farm


The Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS) & UCSC Food Systems Working Group in conjunction with the Friends of the UCSC Farm & Garden will be hosting the annual Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, October 1, 2017, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the CASFS Farm and Historic Hay Barn at UC Santa Cruz.

We invite community and campus groups that are linked with our food and farming systems, environmental conservation efforts, and social justice to set up tables in order to share knowledge and inform attendees of what's happening in the community both on campus and more broadly.

The event allows the community to come together to celebrate the season's bounty, sample great tasting food, enjoy live music, enjoy tours and workshops, and honor the food and farming system in our daily lives.

If your organization is interested in tabling please complete the form no later then September 20th, 2017. Tabling takes place for the entire event so we ask you to plan accordingly. We can provide a 6 foot table and two chairs per organization. You will need to bring your own linen/table cloth and tent shade structure if you would like.

If you are a food vendor or for-profit entity please contact Tim Galarneau at 831-459-3248 as we have limited spaces for vendors and it requires another process for registering.

Thanks for your continued interest and support of the CASFS Harvest Festival and we look forward to being in touch soon!

Tim, Nancy, Martha, Carlos, Margaret, Candace, & the 2017 Harvest Festival Planning Team

For more information or to address specific questions please contact: Tim Galarneau (tgalarne@ucsc.edu) by email or phone at 831-459-3248

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