Santa Clarita Seeks Arbor Day Vendors to Promote Green Awareness

by Cheyenne Phillips, Staff Writer 526 views0

Santa Clarita is asking community groups, eco-minded artists, and green businesses to participate as vendors for the Earth Arbor Day festival located in Central Park on Saturday April 14th, from 10am to 4pm.

The Santa Clarita water suppliers are holding this zero waste celebration to help promote green awareness and conservation around the Santa Clarita valley.

There are a variety of activities at the festival, including educational exhibitor displays focusing on energy, climate change, alternate transportation, green buildings, children, trees, community service, health, and sustainable living to help the community to stay green.

The Burrtec Waste company will be helping out and providing recyclable and composition bins. There will also be a group from the Boys and Girls Club that will be on hand to guide participants on what should be put into the recyclable compost bins.

The city will be celebrating it’s 21st Annual Arbor Day.

During this wonderful celebration the city will be recognized by the National Arbor Day foundation, and it will receive it’s 20th consecutive tree City USA award.

At this year’s event organizers will offer one hundred free trees to the general public.

There will also be a volunteer tree planting portion full of opportunities for young children, and adults.

As this is a zero-wast event, interested vendors must keep in mind that all products used at this event have to be recyclable.

The booth space and fee for accepted commercial vendors is one hundred dollars, and fifty dollars for accepted non profit organizations.

Specific exhibit equipment such as tables, chairs, and canopies is available for rent at an additional cost.

For more information you can contact community services coordinator Veronica Navarro at (661)-250-3727 or visit

The Earth Arbor Day Festival exhibitor and vendor application is available online through Friday, March 2nd.

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