Exhibitors & Food
Saturday, April 15, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Fiddle Leaf Cafe
Fiddle Leaf Cafe opened its doors in late February 2023. Stop by their booth during the Symposium, and grab a hot or cold brew to fuel your day.
Kalamazoo Valley Culinary Arts and Sustainable Food Systems Students
Learn about our unique Culinary Arts Curriculum, and enjoy a special tart made with local blueberries and peaches. This is a great opportunity to meet some of the culinary students and faculty.
Baked with love, Carrot Cake muffins inspired by a tried and true family recipe. Fresh baked with quality ingredients, featuring local ValleyHUB carrots shreds. A delicious treat that’s better when shared. Available for sale.
Of The Land
Bridgett and Trent from Of The Land will bring for sale delicious savory hand pies, a variety of cookies, noodle bowls that are gluten free and vegan, and quarts of frozen soup made with local veggies. Come and meet this dedicated family that is making a difference in the local food system, plus stock up your freezer with some local delicious soup.
Maria Teresa and her family are coming back to the Foodways Symposium to bring delicious family staples of tamales, burritos and tacos, as well as some refreshing Mexican beverages.
The Ecumenical Senior Center
The Just Food Collective of Kalamazoo College
Growing Community Garden
Kalamazoo Climate Crisis Coalition
The Kalamazoo Climate Crisis Coalition mobilizes collective action to achieve immediate and drastic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions through a just transition.
Kalamazoo Valley Gleaners
An organization committed to converting surplus local produce into nutritious dehydrated vegetables and fruits used in international hunger relief programs.