National Heirloom Expo, Santa Rosa CA, September 8 – 10

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The National Heirloom Expo

www.theheirloomexpo.com

IMG_1534With the heirloom expo quickly approaching September, 8th-10th in Santa Rosa, CA a passionate group of pure food heroes are joining forces to make this years event better than ever! Featuring the world’s largest heirloom vegetable display, GMO education, educational gardening workhops, world renowned speakers, authors, and filmakers. This event brings together over 30,000 like minded gardeners, farmers, and concerned citizens in one unifying event surrounding pure food. Come sample over 100 varities of heirloom watermelons, including our top 5 award winners, and gaze at our brilliant display of squash from around the world. These rare open-pollinated vegetables and fruit are locally harvested from our field trials in Esparto California. Time is running out so dont miss your opportunity to attend this incredible event and join hands with the pure food revolution! Get your tickets now or visit our website at www.theheirloomexpo.com

Where:

1350 Bennet Valley Rd 

Santa Rosa, CA  95404

Call for Volunteers

If you would like to volunteer and get free tickets to the expo please contact us atinfo@theheirloomexpo.com

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Help us promote this incredible event!Below is a link to some photos from last years Heirloom Expo. Please share one or all of them anywhere you can and tell all your friends and family about the upcoming event!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/dhrs83jns9jmlqn/QUINT-EXPO-facebook.jpg?dl=0

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