Central Coast Lavender Growers Association, Inc.

Paso Robles, California

Central Coast Lavender Growers Association, Inc.

Central Coast Lavender Growers Association Mission Statement: Central Coast Lavender Growers Association will promote activities in the community to improve the knowledge and quality of agricultural and environmentally friendly farming practices among a collaborative group of farmers. As a non-profit association, we represent a partnership of growers both large and small practicing sustainable agriculture to promote a sound agri-business as Lavender growers here on the Central Coast of California.

Growers & Farmers Hacienda Almanecer Lavender - Jack Amon, Santa Ynez, CA Clairmont Farms - Glenn & Meyrl, Santa Ynez, CA Pacific Coast Lavender - Todd & Tammy Schaefer, Paso Robles, CA Peace Park Lavender - Ernie & Sharon Miller, Paso Robles, CA Erich & Joanne Russell - Rabbit Ridge Winery/Olive Diva, Paso Robles, CA Wine Country Lavender Farm - Jackie Woods, Paso Robles, CA Roundtree Farms - Ellen Fry, Atascadero, CA Avery Growers - Donald Avery, Paso Robles, CA ML Growers - Richard & Mary Fuson, Paso Robles, CA Central Coast Lavender Farm - Kevin & Lila Fuson, Paso Robles, CA

Associate members Jason Brink - Jason's Professional Graphics, Paso Robles, CA Karen D. Lewis, Atascadero & Pebble Beach, CA Northstar Bookkeeping & Notary Services - Kathy Blackburn, Paso Robles, CA Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Assoc - Norma Moye, Paso Robles, CA


Listing last updated on May 30, 2009

Central Coast Lavender Festival Saturday, July 11, 2009 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Paso Robles City Park. Free Admission parking

Visit with the leading Lavender Farms and Growers! Discover the Distillation process. Come celebrate the joy of lavender at the largest lavender event in San Luis Obispo county. With many beautiful farms sharing their lavender wares and one fantastic festival bringing art, music and culinary delights showcased in a Lavender Tasting Garden!

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