Red Earth is a wonderful place to vend your wares. Vending is a great way to get your product and your services out into the community, and a lovely way to meet people. There are a LOT of herbal medicine makers usually in the marketplace so we encourage you to diversify this year with unique crafts, value-added products, artwork, clothing, books, etc. to get the most out of your Marketplace booth.
Vending at Red Earth has always been an exclusive opportunity for teachers and sponsors. This year we are opening the Marketplace to all attendees! Marketplace booths for attendees are $150 (teachers and sponsors please see your agreements). In addition we will have two vending opportunities: Marketplace and The Healing Village, a wellness marketplace for the healing arts.
Note: Our Cottonwood and Osha level sponsors have a marketplace booth and ticket included with their sponsorship. Others* must purchase a ticket to the event in order to have a marketplace booth!
Arwen Ek, Marketplace Coordinator
* Teachers & Performers, please check your own application agreements.
The Alchemy of Artemis
Through the collecting of bone, petal, root, metal and leather Sheri Hupfer offers much of her medicine in the form of adornment. Sheri believes that in a time when much of our plant medicine is being misused, clear cut or over harvested, the creation of amulets and talisman, flower essences and the use of drop doses can serve to support the sustainability of our plant allies and the medicine they offer.
Dr. Rosita Arvigo will sell her books and be on hand to sign copies.
Dr, Rosita Arvigo, DN, a doctor of Naprapathy is co-founder of The Abdominal Therapy Collective that trains practitioners in abdominal massage for better uterine and digestive healh. The techniques also apply to men. She is a renowned herbalist, lectuer and author of eleven books on medicinal plants and traditional healing wisdom of Central America. She has lived in Belize for 40 years where she had a thirteen year apprenticeship with one of the last living Maya shamans, Don Elijio Panti who lived to be 103. She is founder of The Ix Chel Tropical Research Foundation that fosters preservation of traditional healing and conservation of medicinal plants.
Green Witch Wear
Rachel Snow makes botanical printed alter cloths, ritual robes, grimoires and other botanically imprinted clothing. She also makes slings, measure mats and baby scales.
Books, DVDSs, CDS, 15 minute herbal consultations ($10)
Brigitte Mars is an herbalist and nutritional consultant of Natural Health with over fifty years of experience. She teaches Herbal Medicine at Naropa University, and internationally. She has taught at Omega Institute, Esalen, Kripalu, Sivananda Yoga Ashram, Envision, Arise Festivals, and even The Mayo Clinic. She is a founding and professional member of the American Herbalist Guild.
Brigitte is the author of many books and DVDs, including The Natural First Aid Handbook, The Home Reference to Holistic Health and Healing, The Country Almanac of Home Remedies, The Desktop Guide to Herbal Medicine, Beauty by Nature, Addiction Free Naturally, The Sexual Herbal, Healing Herbal Teas, Rawsome! and co-author of The HempNut Cookbook. Her latest project is a phone app called IPlant. Brigitte is also a psychedelic sitter and end-of-life doula.
Please check out www.brigittemars.com
Samantha will be selling her four self-published books.
Samantha Zipporah is a fertility, sex, & cycle educator, author, & activist with over 20 years of experience in personal, professional, & clinical contexts. She is devoted to breaking the spells of oppression in reproductive & sexual health through collective healing, liberation, & education.
She provides radical love for navigating the womb continuum & reclaiming ancestral wisdom.
Through her books, she teaches body literacy & walks a path of service to womb sovereignty. A fierce champion of critical thinking, her approach is grounded in a solid understanding of biochemistry & biology, nourished by playfulness & levity, & enriched by authentic spirituality.
To learn more about Sam & her work, please visit www.samanthazipporah.com
The Holistic Homestead
Food is medicine and the other way around! Our in house product line features all natural, locally, ethically, sustainably sourced ingredients. The Holistic Homestead is a membership based and volunteer powered nonprofit dedicated to improving health and wellness in rural Colorado!
Bhavana Blue is Indigo Dyed Artwear and Linens - gently used, upcycled, hand-dyed women's clothing. Each piece is unique, one-of-a-kind, an artistic body adornment. Bhavana Blue was created for Gaia, for Body Mind and Soul, for Love and Creativity!
Love, Earth Apothecary
Everyday Herbal Essentials. I also focus on non toxic skin and bodycare products. Universal products for men, women, and children as well as wellness blends ( tinctures, teas, yoni steams, wellness blends) I also have a popular pregnancy and postpartum care basket for our Sacred Mothers.
Botanical Prints on Silk by Tehya
Botanical EcoPrinting: Each beautiful silk scarf is made by hand, with great love and care, using a method called eco-printing. I hand-craft and hand-dye natural silks, with nature’s colors- found flower petals and leaves, vegetables, spices and natural dyes. EcoPrinting is done by placing the dye materials on the silk by hand then bundle dyeing, and each one takes a minimum of 5 hours, across two days, to complete.
Midwest Women's Herbal
Midwest Women’s Herbal provides herbal education and opportunities for transformation. Immersed in the Wise Woman Tradition, grandmothers, mothers, daughters, sisters, and children gather in a co-created village. Through earth-centered healing and nourishment we ally with the plants that grow around us. From the ground up we connect to weave ourselves, our families, and our communities into the dynamic spiral of health.
Karina Zedalis HEMP art + design
Original artwork, hemp goods, and Karina will be pre-selling her upcoming hemp-focused book + 2023 calendar
Uplifting the industrial hemp conversation, through mixed media, paintings, clothart dolls, and education, I am thrilled to fuse a lifetime of embodied experiences into my artwork. Living in a small cabin in the Colorado Rockies for over 21 years, during my daughter’s early school years, I helped run a startup, grassroots, contemplative elementary school in Boulder. From there, working in the landscape industry, farming hemp, and studying permaculture was a natural progression.
Selfliberation from the office came in April 2020, as my neglected studio full of collected art supplies, fabrics, and paints, demanded, "Now is the time".
I look forward to sharing my stories and art with you at KarinaZedalis.com!