Fogartyville Earth Day: Call for Vendors as We Prepare to Celebrate 50 Years of Earth Day!Read Now
Stocking Savvy is officially advertising our April Earth Day Event and is on the search for vendors. Anyone interested should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, speaking opportunities, and possible workshops.
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, Stocking Savvy will be hosting a festival at Fogartyville Community Media Center featuring environmental vendors, local artists, educational booths, workshops, a native plant sale, and live music by Form.
There will be a $5 entry fee for the event including all music, workshops, and vendors, with all proceeds helping Stocking Savvy to achieve its mission of fighting climate change and red tide through habitat restoration. There will be food, drinks, and a variety of vendors, including a massive native plant sale with a wide array of flowers, small trees, and butterfly plants.
So come one, come all, and support the environment in a fun and spectacular fashion at Fogartyville Community Media Center, 525 Kumquat Ct, Sarasota, FL 34236 at 5pm on April 4th!
8/7/2020 04:30:10 pm
The Earth that we live in is crying. We are always so complacent when it comes to it, and to be honest, it is not good. In my opinion, we need to work and try to make ourselves better prepared. We have to take action according to what this planet needs. Doing the things that we are doing right now is not going to be good for us. We have to work on how we can improve what it is.
6/20/2022 09:57:43 am
Farmers market call for vendors must be a k state student or faculty/staff member to be a vendor. Thank you for the beautiful post!
8/4/2022 10:44:52 am
Festival at Fogartyville Community Media Center featuring environmental vendors, Thank you, amazing post!
8/15/2022 12:02:51 pm
Stocking Savvy is officially advertising our April Earth Day Event and is on the search for vendors. Thank you so much for sharing all this wonderful info with us! It is so appreciated!
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Sean Patton is a wetland biologist and environmental consultant serving Sarasota and Manatee counties. He has written and defended an Honors Thesis at New College of Florida, and continues to do independent research to better understand Florida's ecosystems and provide the most specialized consultations possible. He has presented at the Environmental Summit and many other locations on his research; Multimodal Biological Control which is the selective stocking of native organisms to target and control nuisance organisms.