June 11, 2019 – In the middle of Big Sur, an intriguing new attraction has taken up residency for the next three weeks. The Mercado Sagrado is a platform for creative and healing arts and artists that originally took place in Topanga Canyon in Los Angeles.
“Everyone we work with has those values of treading lightly on the earth and giving back and nourishing the community,” says co-founder Heather Culp.
Organizers have put together a full schedule of events, including a pop up restaurant by plant-based culinary artist Greg Arnold—founder of the trend-setting Mesa Verde vegan restaurant in Santa Barbara.
Arnold creates artful, healthy and sustainable dishes using organic produce from local farms and edible flowers. He is also known as a fermentation funkmaster and makes a line of fermented condiments—like … Read More