Click here for the 2016 Ferdinand Folk Festival vendor application.  See below for 2015 environmental and educational booths.


2015 Environment and Educational Booths

Alice Schmitt, Huntingburg, IN — pharmaceutical grade skin care originally developed for burn victims; treats excema, psoriasis, sun damage, and has no fragrance

Citizens Action Coalition, Indianapolis, IN, Kelly Hamman — educational materials: factsheets, pamphlets, and posters

Cloth Diapering With Anna, Jasper, IN, Anna Goins — demonstrations and information regarding the use of modern cloth diapers and other reusable baby and parenting items; nursing station is provided by La Leche League and Dubois County Breastfeeding Coalition

DAFOH, Evansville, IN, Laura Market — information about human rights abuses globally, collecting signatures to help stop organ harvesting for federal level 343 House Resolution

Dubois County Solid Waste District, Jasper, IN, Carla Striegel-Winner — adopt a free book to take home, get recycling questions answered, and try our quiz to win a prize

Evansville Astronomical Society, Evansville, IN, Dave Kube — solar observing, astronomy outreach (all-afternoon viewing on hill above merch. tent)

Falconry Presentation, Newburgh, IN, Joe Katterhenry, Mark Hermann  — increasing public awareness of endangered species (presentation on Sled Run Hill at 12:00 noon)

Four Rivers Forestry Committee, Jasper, IN, Judi Brown — general forest management; booth will be staffed by professional foresters; giveaways and freebies; 50 trees of Indiana for sale at nominal fee

Friends of the Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge, Oakland City, IN, Nancy Gehlhausen —information, maps, posters, and other items of promotion for the Patoka River NWR

Healthy Dubois County, Inc. Jasper, IN — Materials regarding the relationship between clean air and water and public health; scientific facts and recent papal encyclical on health and environment

Indiana Forest Alliance, Bloomington, IN, Audrey Moore — educational and informative materials pertaining to logging and protection of Indiana’s public forests

Indiana Raptor Center, Bloomington, IN — organization dedicated to the rescue of injured or orphaned wild birds, their rehabilitation and their return to the wild, and habitat preservation (program from 2:00 – 3:00 in lower shelterhouse)

Infinite Joy, Jasper, IN, Denise Schnell — books, stones, flyers, doTERRA Essential Oils

Jasper Community Arts, Jasper, IN, Corina Mack — upcoming events and stand-in where you can get a picture taken

John Paul the Great Catholic Homeschool, Jasper, IN, Jim Buechler — passing out flyers for Rosenvolk Festival

SIREN, Bloomington, IN, Darrell Boggess — renewable energy information

Steckler Grassfed, Dale, IN, Jerry Steckler — certified, organic, 100% grass-fed, raw milk, cow’s cheese-made on the farm.  Sample cubes are served and offered for sale in 8 oz. blocks

TRI-CAP, Jasper, IN, Neil Elkins — information about energy conservation and efficiency

Valley Watch Inc, Evansville, IN, John Blair, Mark Bryant — environmental health handouts

Whole Sun Designs, Wadesville, IN, Ryan Zaricki — solar power demonstration, equipment, system components, and informational materials

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