Who Will Be There

Anything Grows Seed Company
We offer a selection of over 600 varieties of quality, non-GMO, vegetable and flower garden seed. Featuring many organic, heirloom and unusual varieties, the choices are exciting and delicious. Organic sprouting and microgreens seeds are also available with a good selection available, as well as our popular ‘sprouting lid’.
www.anythinggrows.com


B Sweet Honey Nature Co.
We grow native and Carolinian trees and shrubs and pollinator plants all from local sources. We are also beekeepers.
Puslinnchnaturallynativetrees.ca

City of Guelph Community Garden Program
Do you love gardening? Are you looking for a way to get outdoors, connect with nature and make new friends? Are you interested in growing your own fresh organic vegetables but don’t have the space on your own property?
There is a network of over 20 community gardens in Guelph where you can volunteer to grow food for charity, register for a plot to grow your own fresh food or do both. You can get involved by:
· Joining an existing garden
· Starting a new community garden in your neighbourhood
· Making a donation to a garden.
For more information email: communitygardens@guelph.ca or visit Guelph.ca/communitygardens

Eco Systems

Manufactures of Coir Geotextile and garden products made of our coir.
www.ecosystemse.com

Enfleurage Organics
USDA certified organic body care, handcrafted.
www.enfleurage-organics.com

Fifth Season Seeds
We sell vegetables and edible flower seeds. All our seeds are GMO free, mostly organic and heirloom seeds.
On our 43 acre horticulture nursery/farm in Arthur we grow annuals, perennials, (fruit) shrubs, (fruit) trees and vegetables. The seeds we sell we also use in our nursery/farm. We collect ourselves and source in Europe and Canada. Because we use quality seeds as a professional grower we decided to pack the seeds for our customers so they also have excellent quality seeds.
www.fifthseasonseeds.com

The Guelph Seed Library
The Guelph Seed Library will be officially launching at Guelph Seedy Saturday!
A seed library is a collection of seeds where members can “borrow” seeds. This means they take a package/or a number of seeds, grow them and save a similar quantity or more to give back to the seed library for the next year.
http://www.transitionguelph.org/project-list/the-guelph-seed-library/

Guelph-Wellington Master Gardeners
Guelph-Wellington Master Gardeners are certified horticultural experts who provide in-depth sustainable gardening information to the general public on a volunteer basis.
www.gwmastergardeners.ca

Hawthorn Farm Organic Seeds
Hawthorn Farm produces certified organic farm selected, open-pollinated vegetable, herb, and flower seeds in Central Ontario (zone 5).
Certified organic by Pro-Cert since 1996, Hawthorn Farm started as most independent seed companies do, on a kitchen table with a single page printed catalogue filled by a handful of offerings. With over a decade of growing, selecting and saving organic seeds, we now have hundreds of exciting and tasty offerings.
In addition, we work to support the seed community by hosting workshops and educational tours on our farm.  Working closely with our counterparts in a robust network of Canadian seed growers to promote access to high quality regionally adapted seed is another endeavor we value.
We are passionate about seed, and believe strongly that access to high quality seed grown for Canadians in Canada to the best of our abilities helps to build a more secure resilient food system in our local communities and nationally.
www.hawthornfarm.ca

Lucien Gagnon Reclamation
Handmade garden sculptures and rustic creations.
https://luciengagnonsreclamation.shutterfly.com/

Naturally Healthy Pets
All natural essential oil blends for dogs: Nature’s Protector (insect repellent) Itchy No More, Fur-Ever Calm, Healthy Ears.
I had a certified organic dairy goat farm for 30 years. When I retired and moved to Grimsby I wanted to continue helping animals to be healthy. I want to help people use non toxic products on their dogs.
Naturallyhealthypets.ca

Pollen Nation
POLLEN NATION is a Social Enterprise that raises awareness of the critical link between pollinators, our natural environment and the vitality of our food supply.

POLLEN NATION hosts BUZZ BOX workshops at Schools and Garden Centres. The BUZZ BOX Garden kit empowers everyone to create pollinator habitat and cultivate organic gardens.The BUZZ BOX comes flat packed the planting container and includes a selection of seeds, growing guide with healthy recipes and organic gardening information. The unique square growing container fits perfectly in a standard milk crate to create accessible gardens for any site. The modular design of the BUZZ BOX makes it the perfect solution for urban growing at schools or at home; where there is no garden or anywhere the space is limited.
Facebook page: @KeepTheBuzzAlive


Praxis Project Permaculture-inspired Festival
In the second of five years, Praxis Project Permaculture-inspired Art Festival takes place the first full weekend of June in beautiful Knowlesville, NB. Come participate - we offer four streams of workshops (Living Soils, Plant Allies and Weed Wisdom, Off Grid Power, and Food Preservation with Grammy B), three nights of music, a Makers’ Market on the third day, vegan meals throughout and camping included in our memberships. We have volunteer opportunities available, and sponsorships too. Support community empowerment and subsidize higher ecological learning. Car pooling available, family friendly.
www.praxisprojectnb.com

Rent The Chicken
Rent the chicken provides a backyard-to-table experience! Our complete packages allow you to have farm fresh eggs from your own backyard without a long term commitment. We also have chick hatching rentals too!
rentthechicken.ca

Root & Bone Herbals
Root & Bone Herbals connects people with plants through a line of unique, homegrown, and handcrafted herbal culinary and body care products, including herbal-infused honeys, loose leaf teas, syrups, and more.
www.facebook.com/rootandboneherbals
instagram: @rootandboneherbals

Root Rescue Environmental Environmental Products

Root Rescue products put life back into the soil; restoring and nurturing the natural beneficial soil organisms that plants rely on to find water and nutrients. A healthy soil environment supports plants naturally; reducing or eliminating the need for synthetic fertilizers or chemicals. Use Root Rescue's Transplanter MS-CS whenever you plant. Give them a healthy start – the beneficial soil fungi (mycorrhiza) in Transplanter MS-CS will go to work immediately helping your new plants, and they will stay with your new plant for life. Once and Done.
www.rootrescue.com

The Seed Community Food Project: Souper Heroes! 
Souper heroes is a builder and community fundraiser for The Seed Community Food Project. Our volunteer heroes sell hot soup and soup starters at markets, stores and events across Guelph. Buying our soup is an amazing way to support our vision of a community without barriers to healthy food - all proceeds go directly to our community food program! For more information or to get involved visit www.theseedguelph.ca

Seeds of Diversity
A non-profit national organization promoting seed diversity, seed saving, and seedy saturdays.
www.seeds.ca


Summergreen Tree Crops and Mushrooms

Mushroom Spawn and agroforestry supplier tailored to the unique growing conditions of central Ontario.
www.summergreen.ca


Transition Guelph
Transition Guelph is a grassroots, citizen-led organization whose goal is to strengthen our community's resilience, enhance its sustainability and improve quality of life for all of our city's inhabitants.
www.transitionguelph.org

Transition Guelph's Urban Food Working Group oversees the:

University of Guelph Arboretum
The University of Guelph Arboretum is a 165 hectare green space located near the geographic centre of the City of Guelph. Several kilometres of trails wind through diverse plant collections, naturals woodlands, formal gardens and provincially-significant wetlands. With a mandate focused on biodiversity, plant conservation and ecological restoration, the Arboretum is a wonderful place to learn about the natural world, and being open to the public, year-round, free-of-charge, everyone is welcome to come and explore.
www.uoguelph.ca/arboretum