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Manufacturer of Special Recipe tortilla chips
R.W. Garcia Special Recipe tortilla chips offer great-tasting, imaginative combinations of corn and other natural ingredients to create a twist to the classic corn tortilla chip. All of our Special Recipe products are made with Organic non-GMO corn and seasonings that contain no additives or preservatives.R.W. Garcia products are available in supermarkets, natural food stores, and specialty food stores throughout the United States.
Using only carefully selected fruits and vegetables, it Tastes RAAW® Juices not only TASTE GREAT but they are 100% DELICIOUSLY NATURAL. That’s because we do NOT add any sugar, preservatives colors or artificial flavors, letting the natural goodness of each fruit and vegetable blend speak for itself. All of our products use no genetically modified organisms (all RAAW Juices are Non-GMO verified) and they are all Gluten Free, Vegan and Kosher certified.
Canaan Fair Trade Olive Oil from Palestine sampling/sales
Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice, promoting human rights and social, economic and environmental justice as pre-requisites for peace.Sample and buy Canaan Fair Trade Olive Oil from Palestine - naturally organic, farmed in the traditional Canaanite way.
Gavin Raders is a co-founder of Planting Justice. He is passionate about social justice through a deep connection to land, place and community. He has designed and installed scores of urban permaculture designs, and works to make permaculture accessible, affordable and empowering in low income communities. He received a BA in Cultural Anthropology at UC Berkeley, and currently serves as the Executive Director of Planting Justice.
In 1983 architects, best friends, and innovators Kevin &
James sat on the Caribbean island of Tortola and decided
they wanted to do more…they wanted to impact and
improve the everyday lives of people. And what better
way than to Revolutionize a tool used everyday by billions -- the toothbrush! Archaic and practically unaltered since its
initial conception, the toothbrush was ripe for improvement. Hence
the first RADIUS toothbrush was born. Aptly named the Original, it is
still the #1 best-selling RADIUS adult toothbrush. At the crux of
RADIUS’ original design is a Radical, Revolutionary toothbrush that
offers Real Results by massaging gums while cleaning teeth and a
Refreshing/Rejuvenating experience making users feel as if have
just had a professional cleaning.
At the core of RADIUS’ dogma is a desire to reinvent existing, everyday
items by adding benefits through the 4 Rs – Responsible
Design, Radical Look, Real Results, Refreshing Experience. This mission
drives RADIUS to provide premium, thoughtful, and unique designer
options to consumers around the world while being 100% focused
on waste and energy reduction.
Today RADIUS is proud to be one of the only toothbrush manufacturers
still operating in the United States that still manufactures on its
own injection molding and bristling machines. RADIUS is a familyowned
and operated company manufacturing in a 20,000 Sq. Ft.
restored feed mill built in the early 1800s in Pennsylvania Amish
The RADIUS dogma
The 4 Rs – Responsible Design, Radical Look, Real Results, Refreshing
Experience – have allowed RADIUS to tap into three major cultural
shifts in design and customer preferences: 1) an increased
focus on health and wellness, 2) a desire to create an appealing
and unique lifestyle within homes, and 3) a willingness to pay a
premium price for high quality oral and personal care products.
People understand that when invest in the best, you are investing
in the long-term health and happiness of you and your environment.
The RADIUS guarantee
Designed and manufactured in-house on solar powered machines,
RADIUS products are made in our beautifully restored factory
located in the picturesque farming town of Kutztown, PA.
Each product is inspected by hand, designed to last, and unconditionally
What I do at Holstee: Mad scientist responsible for letting the world know about Holstee.
Favorite quote: "Whatever you do, do it for peace" - John Lennon
Recommended Book: A Confederacy of Dunces - John Kennedy Toole
Favorite Holstee Design: The BLACK Wallet
Culinary Specialty: Hummus
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Ranganathan is the Director of Programs at Transportation Choices Coalition, a statewide non-profit focused on bringing residents more opportunities to take transit, walk or bike. A self described transportation geek, Ranganathan joined the Transportation Choices team in 2007, working on education and outreach efforts throughout Washington State helping residents chose transportation alternatives that work for them. Before TCC, Ranganathan spent time in the other Washington working on federal transportation policy as a transportation policy analyst at the Washington DC-based Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI). Ranganathan has also worked on community based outreach at the Casey Trees Endowment Fund. Ranganathan is an avid traveler and loves trying out transit systems with her husband in cities around the world.
As chief marketing officer at Numi, Reem Rahim heads all marketing efforts including all package design. Reem is fluent in all aspects of tea, including its history and cultivation as well as product development of Numis full leaf quality tea and organic and fair trade sourcing. After earning her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University, Reem switched gears and went on to pursue a Diploma dArte in Drawing and Painting from Lorenzo di Medici Art Institute in Florence, Italy and then a Masters in Fine Arts from John F. Kennedy University in the department of Arts ; Consciousness Studies. Reems hand painted original paintings inspired by her brother and cofounders photography grace Numis packaging.
Along with her brother, Ahmed, Reem is a chief contributor and cocreator of Numis green and sustainable values. These efforts consist of partnering with Freeset, a textile cooperative in Calcutta, India that provides sewing and literacy skills to women once in the prostitution trade, to initiation of Numis nonprofit organization and the social and environmental causes it supports. Reem continues to create art in her studio in Oakland, California and is fluent in English, Italian, Spanish, and Arabic.
Shadi Rahimi are the cofounder of Seventh Native American Generation (SNAG) Magazine. Shadi Rahimi can be seen on CurrenTV and is the communications director of the W. Haywood Burns Institute (BI) and the Community Justice Network for Youth (CJNY) and freelances for the Native American newspaper Indian Country Today.
Made from natural and organic ingredients, Rain is perfect for your family, even those with allergies and sensitivity to chemicals. Rain's cleaning power is derived from unique blend of tropical fruits and essential oils, no chlorine or toxic residue. Rain is safe for your family, your home, and the environment.
Rainwater Harvesting Kits Manufacturer
RainReserve was developed in 2005 by Sustain Dane , a Madison, Wis.-based non-profit organization dedicated to creating sustainable communities and promoting environmental responsibility. After seeing the overwhelming response from the local community, Sustain Dane partnered with Enginuity, LLC , an environmentally conscious engineering and custom manufacturing company based in Hartville, Mo. to enhance, manufacture and distribute both the single- and tandem-tank RainReserve Diverter Kits.
Functional & stylish chemical free bamboo cotton totes
RainaBags provides a fashionable solution to buy organic products from sustainable resources. Most reusable bags are made from canvas or a synthetic material called polypropylene. Organic rainabags are made from the sustainable and biodegradable bamboo fabric which does not involve chemicals harmful to the environment.
Rainbow Grocery Cooperative is an independent, worker owned, vegetarian grocery store; located in the Mission since 1975. Awarded as SFs first certified Green Retail Business, Rainbow purchases goods from local organic farmers, collectives, bakers, dairies and other businesses whenever possible. We support fair labor practices and provide affordable and ecologic groceries.
Rainforest Action Network (RAN) works to protect the Earth's forests, the rights of their inhabitants, and the natural systems that sustain life through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action.
Eco artisan seed jewelry from the Amazon Rainforest
Ecologically sustainable fair trade artisan jewelry from the rainforests of South America. Hand crafted jewels made from Amazon seeds and fibers.
Ecologically Sustainable Seed Jewelry made by Indigenous People
Fair Trade Eco Fashion jewelry made from Rainforest Seeds.
Sanjay Rajan, Chief Co(r)evolution Officer, SLOWCOLOR, grew up in Hyderabad, India. He has lived and worked in multiple countries on multiple continents and first arrived in the US in 1992. Rajan completed an MS Computer Systems Engineering from Northeastern University in 1995. And holds dual executive MBA global degrees from Columbia and London Business Schools, 2011.
Since 1997 Boulder, Colorado has been his home. Rajan has always had a focus on community: He served as Art Commissioner for City of Boulder, ensuring judicious allocation of public funds for community-based art initiatives. And was Peak Steward and Volunteer Crew Leader with Colorado Fourteeners Initiative, managing and coordinating high-impact environmental projects on Colorado’s tallest peaks.
In 2009 Rajan was struck by reports of the rash of suicides among weavers around Hyderabad in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Recognizing the still undervalued asset of India’s rich textile heritage, Rajan got to work and envisioned SLOWCOLOR, a social enterprise that could preserve this heritage and drive change for environmental sustainability and social impact. Mahatma Gandhi is Rajan’s personal hero. And it is fitting that SLOWCOLOR focuses on developing stronger markets for India’s handloom sector. Further SLOWCOLOR focuses on rejuvenating natural dyeing traditions and works exclusively with plant and mineral-based dyes for all its products.
Rajan firmly believes business has to be an affective agent for world benefit. Using the social enterprise model, Rajan challenges all stakeholders to reevaluate the role of business in society.
Jessica Raker has over 8 years of clean energy project experience. She currently works on Northwest SEED’s Solarize program and leads the Tribal Energy Program. Jessica also provides technical expertise on other Northwest SEED clean energy projects, such as collecting and analyzing data from small wind turbines, as well as the resource evaluation of potential wind and solar energy sites. Since joining Northwest SEED she has completed certificate programs in GIS technology and Energy Management. She holds a B.A. from Wesleyan University and a MSME from the University of Washington.
Japanese Natural Fiber Rugs and accessories
An Environmentally friendly product that has been around for centuries is now available in North America. The Japanese have been using igusa (rush) matting not only for its unique and elegant lookbut also for its healthy functionality.The styles of our products range from contemporary to traditional designs. Choose from an extensive collection of rugs and accessories and turn you home into a triumphant work of art.
David Ralston has been a redevelopment project manager for the City of Oakland's Community and Economic Development Agency for the last eightyears piloting open space, neighborhood greenway infrastructure and infill development projects in East Oakland that combine community engagement and strategic sustainable planning with local green job opportunities. With a background in city planning and architecture, Ralston also teaches as an adjunct at the Merritt College EnvironmentalManagement and Technology Department in Oakland.David Ralston has been a redevelopment project manager for the City of Oakland's Community and Economic Development Agency for the last eightyears piloting open space, neighborhood greenway infrastructure and infill development projects in East Oakland that combine community engagement and strategic sustainable planning with local green job opportunities. With a background in city planning and architecture, Ralston also teaches as an adjunct at the Merritt College Environmental Management and Technology Department in Oakland.
Ramer is a leading social entrepreneur, communications designer and selfdescribed realistic optimist who has long recognized
Lapis jewelry from Afghani refugees in Pakistan
Lapis jewelry made by Afghani refugees living in Pakistan. A Fair Trade product.
Lapis Jewelry made by Afghani refugees. Sparkly wall hangings from India. Wool and Cotton shawls and jackets from Nepal. All Fair Trade.
Ramos is Vice President, CRA Officer, and Compliance Officer at ShoreBank. He also serves on the Advisory Compliance Committee of the Illinois Bankers Association.
Eco Extraordinaress, and LEED AP, Alegre Ramos has been practicing environmental design for seven years and has lived the green movement personally her whole life, giving up soda at 11, nail polish at 18 and hair chemicals at 20. She started Green and Greener, an eco-living general store and design center located in Valley Village in 2006 as a one-stop shop and community resource where people could learn everything about how to live, work and build greener. Before starting Green and Greener she launched numerous new products in the home/shelter industry and managed the marketing of numerous national public radio programs with a special emphasis on environmental programming.
Sandy Ramsey is Executive Director of Cornerstone Community Outreach. She has been working with the homeless since 1979. Currently she oversees two shelter programs totaling 300 people which includes families with children, single fathers with children, and intergenerational families.
As writer/producer/founder, Pearl has produced performing arts programs throughout the country for almost 20 years and her passions lie in social justice, race reconciliation/healing, being a catalyst for progressive change that sees ALL people as deserving of an equitable pursuit of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and professional community theatre performance that is used as a vehicle for conscious community change; each community being the world, one performance at a time. Her Troubadour Ensemble launches an innovative radio/web/musical theatrical series with a focus in ol' time storytelling that fuses new digital technology and threads a very acoustic/folk/urban/classical musical component into its performances.
Apoorva Rangan is speaking as a representative of EngageHer.org. She is a 15 year old high school sophomore who attends The College Preparatory School in Oakland, CA. She also cofounded Project Jatropha, an international nonprofit collaboration which fights against climate change and poverty in rural India. Apoorva has won several international and national environmental awards. She heads the finance department of Project Jatropha. She recently joined EngageHer.org and is a leader in the youth group.
Ranganathan is the Director of Programs at Transportation Choices Coalition, a statewide non profit focused on bringing residents more opportunities to take transit, walk or bike. A selfdescribed transportation geek, Ranganathan joined the Transportation Choices team in 2007 working on education and outreach efforts throughout Washington State helping residents chose transportation alternatives that work for them. Before TCC, Ranganathan spent time in the other Washington working on federal transportation policy as a transportation policy analyst at the Washington DCbased Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI). Ranganathan has also worked on communitybased outreach at the Casey Trees Endowment Fund. Ranganathan is an avid traveler and loves trying out transit systems with her husband in cities around the world.
With a chemical and environmental engineering background, Rao is the executive director of Literacy for Environmental Justice in Bayview Hunter's Point and serves on the advisory board of the Urban Alliance for Sustainability.
Nick Rapattoni is a composer, producer, and performer from Los Angeles currently scoring original music for TV and film. With 30 years of experience, he has a wide range of talents that provides a polished and soulful edge to everything he touches. From high energy, to moody, to inspirational and thought provoking, Nick can create any musical texture needed.
James is the current Coordinator of Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition / Technical Advisory Group. He has had a long background with environmental work on the Duwamish River. James is a current member of the Duwamish Tribe and has served on the tribal council for twenty-five years. He is a founding member of DRCC as well as founding member and past president of The Green Duwamish Watershed Alliance and a founding member of WRIA #9 that oversees all aspects of Listing of Coho Salmon as threatened in the Green Duwamish Watershed and putting together the WRIA #9 habitat plan. He has been working on all aspects and issues on the Duwamish River: creating habitat, identifying pollution sources, working with polluters and industry as well as the Port of Seattle, City of Seattle and King County, WA Dept. of Ecology and EPA along with community groups as well as tribes to clean up and create opportunities for a better Duwamish River.
Sofia Ratcovich ha vivido en West Hollywood desde que llego a los Estados Unidos hace 23 anos. Es madre de dos ninos Gabo 6 y Kadyn 4. Ella trabaja para The Lee Andrews Group como consultora de sostenibilidad y se especialisa en extension a la communidad en various proyectos grandes de construccion en toda el area metropolitana de Los Angeles. Como voluntaria para la organizacion Sustainable Works, ha ensenado “Talleres de Vida Verde” para residentes de Santa Monica. Esta acreditada por el USGBC como asociado LEED, y por Build It Green como una profesional certificada de construcion verde (CGBP). Se graduara de California State University Dominguez Hills el proximo ano con una licenciatura en Negociaciones, Resolucion de Conflictos y Consolidacion de Paz.
handspun, handwoven, vegetable dyed wool rugs
"Nature, personified by our modern world, is where our inspiration comes from. This concept is materialized when modern, minimalist design meets hand-tufted sheeps wool. All of our rugs are co-op woven in Turkey. Only natural, vegetable dyes and hand spun wool come together to bring you a rug you can live with."
Greedy Bastards: How We Can Stop Corporate Communists, Banksters, and Other Vampires from Sucking America Dry (Simon & Schuster, 2012)
Dylan Ratigan is the host of MSNBC’s "The Dylan Ratigan Show," one of the highest-rated daytime shows on the network. This make-versus-take, analysis-driven daily broadcast fearlessly takes on the world of politics, money, and the unholy alliance between big business and government.
The former global managing editor for corporate finance at Bloomberg News, Ratigan has developed and launched more than half a dozen broadcast and new media properties. They include CNBC’s Fast Money and Closing Bell, as well as DylanRatigan.com, which is home to his podcast, “Greedy Bastards Antidote.”
Ratigan left as host of Fast Money in 2009, provoked by outrage over the government’s handling of the 2008 financial crisis. Since then, he has dedicated his work to launching platforms that engage and debate the U.S. government on policy, while opening the door for millions to learn more about money’s often poisonous role in our democracy. His first book, the New York Times bestseller Greedy Bastards, details this broken system. More importantly, it illustrates how fixing these problems will release a renaissance of growth and innovation.
Since late September 2011, more than 300,000 people have pledged support, millions of dollars have been raised, and an organization with a staff of a dozen people has been formed under Ratigan’s leadership to pursue the singular objective to pass a 28th Constitutional amendment to separate business and state. You can learn more at UnitedRepublic.org.
Beth Rattner is the vice president of the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, a nonprofit founded on the work of William McDonough and Michael Braungart. Beth is an attorney, has worked for over a decade with Fortune 500 companies, is a permaculture practitioner, writer, and student of herbal medicine and homeopathy. She deeply believes, the problem is the solution, and is dedicated to creating a world that works for 10 billion or more.
Prior to this position, Beth worked for years with McDonough and Braungart on the forthcoming sequel to Cradle to Cradle. She infused that same thinking into her client engagements with Blu Skye Sustainability Consultants, where she managed the Microsoft engagement, among others. Formerly with Hewlett Packard, Beth helped establish its Emerging Market Solutions (EMS) group, a group established to amplify ecological, social and economic development for the Bottom of the Pyramid and adjacent economic markets, while returning profitable incremental annual revenue for HP. Prior to HP, she worked for a KleinerPerkins startup, Icarian, and America Online's AOL.com division, architecting business development strategies and deals.
Organic Raw/Vegan Desserts, Gluten/Soy-Free
Raw Creations is a company focused on creating the purest Raw and allergy restricted desserts that not only taste good, but also are good for you. Our line of Raw desserts are free from allergy triggers such as Wheat/Gluten, Soy, and Dairy, while catering to those on a sodium restricted diet as well as diabetics by incorporating low-glycemic items. These desserts contain only the purest Raw/Organic ingredients, and have not been heated at extreme temperatures, to allow for the enzymes, minerals, and life giving nutrients to remain intact. Raw Creations is also a big proponent of Organic foods, and as such has had all products Certified Organic. Our goal is to allow almost anyone to enjoy these delectable desserts, and feel good about eating them. We also focus on the environment by using environmentally friendly packaging made from corn, and plant cellulose.
Live, organic, vegan: breads, crackers, cookies & biskits.
Your choice for Organic, sprouted, raw breads, breadstix, crackers, biskits and cookies.
Chef Rawsheed is one of the country’s finest raw/living foods culinary artists and is expanding his experience as a gourmet raw food chef into the marketing of his prepared raw foods into health food and grocery chains and restaurants throughout California.
Combining his 17 years of experience as a raw foods alchemist with his knowledge of health and nutrition, Rawsheed has now made available products for the larger community of individuals interested in taking the next step in their personal health and nutrition.
Rawsheed launched his packaged food-line, this past Spring in local Southern California health food stores including Erewhon, Co-Opportunity, Follow Your Heart, PC Greens, One Life Food, VP Discount, Belmont Heritage and OHappy Days in the Los Angeles area as well as Orange County and San Diego stores. He has now expanded into the upper-mainstream and nationwide chain of Whole Foods Grocers.
Rawsheed is on the cutting edge of sharing these lifestyle-changing foods to the millions of Americans who are looking for ways to improve the quality of their health through improved dietary habits.
Great prices * Huge selection * Nationwide shipping
Your Raw Foods SuperstoreGreat prices * Huge selection * Nationwide shippingWe offer the finest Raw, Organic, Vegan and Living Foods, at excellent prices.* Nuts, Seeds, Butters* Raw Chocolate and Snacks* Sea Vegtables and Seasonal Produce* Olives and Sun Dried Fruits* SuperFoods* Appliances and Tools* Supplements, Chinese and Ayurvedic HerbsWe support all Beings living a Raw Love Lifestyle. Visit our Permaculture Farm and Raw Food Store today. and...we ship everywhere.
Oakes, now a resident expert and host on Treehugger.com and Discovery Networks Planet Green channel, is an entomologist and environmental scientist by training.
Environmentally friendly products dedicated to URBAN gardening solutions for small city yards to include the MINIMOWER: the smallest electric lawn mower on the market. No oil or gasoline and easy to store. SMART*EASY*GREEN*A community-oriented corporation, we support grass-roots organizations and urban gardening.All products Manufactured in Brazil.
Shiva Rea is a yogini firekeeper, sacred activist, global adventurer and leading innovator in the evolution of Prana Flow Yoga, transformational Vinyasa flow integrating the Tantric bhakti roots of yoga, Krishnamacharya's teachings and a universal, quantum approach to the body. Shiva is known for bringing the roots of yoga alive for modern practitioners in creative, dynamic and life-transforming ways and for offering the synthesis form of prana flow out in the world. Shiva is the creator of Prana Flow Yoga, Yogadventure Retreats, Yoga Trance Dance for Life, Moving Activism for 1,008,000 Trees, the worldwide Global Mala Project, Yogini Conferences and E2: The Evolutionary Edge Tour. She writes for Yoga Journal and Yoga International, and contributes to many publications and features.
Transforming the world through teachable moments, with books, games, toys, music, DVDs, posters, calendars, maps, and fair-trade crafts focused on peacemaking, gender equality, civil rights, and sustainable living.
Donna Read has been directing films about women and the earth for thirty years. Her work with Starhawk includes, The Women and Spirituality series, and Signs out of Time, the story of archaeologist, Marija Gimbutas. She enjoys helping others tell their stories and realize their vision in this new digital era.
Yoga bag sales support Guatemalan children's literacy
Profits from the sale of our Buena Karma yoga mat bags support our children's literacy work in rural Guatemala. We provide scholarships and leadership development training to high school students who, in return, give back to their communities by leading reading activities for younger children. In these communities where 75% of the kids don't study beyond the sixth grade, your purchase not only allows a student to continue studying, it helps children learn to read and love to readand all that means for a child's life.Our Buena Karma yoga mat bags are made in Guatemala from 100% hand spun and naturally dyed wool. They are lovingly assembled and hand embroidered by people we know. They are lined with cotton, have an adjustable shoulder strap and an interior zippered pocket. They come in six earthy colors.
UNITE HERE Local 1 is the union that represents about 16,000 food service, hotel, and gaming workers in Chicago and Northwest Indiana. Real Food Real Jobs is a project of UNITE HERE international union, and it's focus is to support food service workers as they advocate for justice on the job and within our food system.
For over 30 years we've been helping people just like you live a greener lifestyle. We can provide you with products and education on topics such as solar electric, wind power, hydroelectric, energy efficient appliances, organic cotton, and much more! In June 1978 in sleepy Willits, California, Real Goods opened its doors at the former Far Far West Museum, serving a clientele of back to the landers who had made the urban exodus to the hills of Mendocino for a simpler lifestyle communing with nature. In the 30 years since, our business has evolved from selling solar panels to a few off gridders in the hills to being the foremost source of information and products in renewable energy, sustainable living, alterative transportation, and relocalization (the ultimate anecdote for global warming and peak oil). We intend to celebrate our three decades in business all year long and hope that youll join us!The company lays claim to the title of the oldest and largest catalog firm devoted to the sale and service of renewable energy products in the world. Real Goods is still devoted to the same principles that guided its foundingquality, innovative, well made products for fair prices, and unsurpassed customer service with courtesy and dignity.
Real Goods Solar is a leading solar energy integrator, having installed over 6,000 residential and commercial solar electric systems. One of the largest residential solar installers in the nation, Real Goods Solar has 32 years of experience in solar energy, beginning with its sale of the first solar photovoltaic panels in the United States in 1978.
REAL GREEN GOODS is an earthfriendly department store.
REAL GREEN GOODS is an earth-friendly department store with the highest standards in eco-friendly products with the lowest impact to the earth and its inhabitants. Real feel good shopping because we've done the homework. We are dedicated to selling organic products, and Fair Trade and U.S. made items. All of our textile and fiber products are either certified organic or are naturally pesticide free. All paper products are 100% post-consumer recycled or tree free. All wood is either sustainable or reclaimed. Chicago's Green Festival will be the kick off to the grand opening of our online store. We will have lots of products for you to see and buy, and all types of clothing for men and women for sale. We have an amazing selection of organic t-shirts with never seen before slogans. We will also have light bulbs for sale too. Also on hand will be Heidi's Plant Pep and Heidi Herzberger, Master Herbalist and Gardener, to answer your questions. Stop by Booth 4048, check us out and receive a store coupon for discounts for online purchasing. We will also be raffling two organic gift totes each day. Come and sign up. We have new and different products. You won't be disappointed with our Real Green Goods.
Rose Thornton is the Producer and Creator of Mission: Sustainable and coowner of ReGeneration Productions. Through this project, Thornton marries her experience in art and science and fulfills her dream to communicate the ideals and practice of urban sustainability. Jon Sumple, director of Mission: Sustainable and coowner of ReGeneration Productions has written, directed and edited numerous corporate videos and several independent video projects during his 25+ years in the marketing industry. Cast members present will include cohosts Megan Hilfer of Parsons Public Relations and Nathan Friend of KUOW; Food Consultant and local chef and author Becky Selengut, Personal Care Consultant and internationally read ecoblogger Deanna Duke; Landscape Consultant and owner of In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes Ladd Smith; Transportation Consultant Eric Kocaja of Zipcar; and Outdoor Consultants Stephanie Toler of Sage Clean and buphalo (Mark Tomkiewicz) of Nature Consortium.
Offices throughout California
Learn how Naturopathic Doctors can help you Realize Health! Licensed Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) are general medicine doctors who integrate conventional medical testing with effective natural medicine treatments to help restore health and prevent disease. An ND will partner with you to determine the root cause of your health problems, allowing you to maximize health, minimize reliance on prescription drugs, and take active steps toward a longer, healthier life.
For over 30 years, Really Raw Honey has been packed straight from the hive. Never heated, filtered, or strained,it still contains pollen, propolis, and healthy live enzymes. We never transport our bees for commercial pollination.
Peter Realmuto started his company in 1997 as furniture repair service for several Merchandise Mart showrooms, highend furniture stores and interior design firms. He is the second generation in his family in this type of work.
The company began expanding offerings to include major repair work and antique restoration. Much of this time was spent working out of a shop in my garage. In 2000 things grew to the point that real shop space was needed.
In 2001 the company incorporated as Realmuto Furniture Works, Inc. with the offering of commissioned furniture making services in addition to the repair and restoration work. In furniture making, he is self taught (and a voracious reader/student!).
In the summer of 2005 he decided to go green with the company and to change the mix by adding more furniture making and cutting back on service in the field. He wanted the company to reflect his values. He spent the rest of the year planning, designing and implementing the changes.
In January 2006 he started marketing his own designs as well as some reproduction pieces. And finally January 2007 the name of the company was changed to to Pacific Furniture Company to complete the transformation.
Rebecca Martin has been telling tales all over California and in even a bit in Scotland for over a decade. She started out a long time ago in a bookstore when she was the only staff member who didn't seem to mind wearing the big-headed costumes sent from the publishers for Saturday storytime. Soon enough she took over storyhour and was performing and learning the traditional art of storytelling. Listeners started inviting her to schools and parties.After graduating with honors from the University of California at Santa Barbara with two degrees - one in literature and one in acting, she became a drama teacher and music director, and continued more and more to do professional storytelling at schools, libraries, and many community events and fundraisers, which she does now all over Los Angeles County and beyond. Her stories come from countries and traditions around the world, with a special emphasis on those of the Celtic tradition, having a fondness for Fairies, giants, and all forms of magical beings. Her telling style is animated, vibrant and interactive, inviting audience members to travel with her to the realm of imagination.She has been a resident storyteller in Los Angeles schools, works with Dreamshapers, taught at Montessori school and can be seen on PBS on Pigglys Storyteller Playhouse.
She does grown-up acting too, performing her one-woman show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1997. After studying acting in the original homeland of the Bard, London, she performed in several Shakespeare festivals and plays here in California.Rebecca also writes and has conducted poetry workshops for children and adults, as well as newspaper articles and travel writing whenever the opportunity arises.
The MINK Collection, shoes and handbags, is devoted to enriching the changing lives of today's women by providing cruelty free, fashionable footwear.
Wedding, portrait and event photo-journalism.
Nationally recognized photojournalist and wedding photographer serving the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Member of Green America's Green Business Network, Green Chamber of Commerce, Greener Photography, and the Green Bride Guide.
Eco Friendly lifestyle company. Products USA made.
Eco friendly lifestyle company. Rebel Green creates edgy, stylish reusable bags and apparel out of organic sustainable materials. All of our products are made in the USA. Rebel Green also makes Fruit and Veggie Clean in a gorgeous bottle with counter appeal.
Bottom-up/people-powered innovations to fix US Economy
Rebuilding Alliance, a not-for-profit organization, invites you to build Peace by purchasing Fair Trade USDA-certified Organic Extra-Virgin Olive and Za'atar! Your purchase provides a living wage, fair trade, to Palestinian farmers so they can stay on their land and care for resilient, age-old olive trees. You also help Rebuilding Alliance in our work bringing Israelis and Palestinians together to rebuild Palestinian homes, playgrounds, kindergartens, and even a birthing center!
A resource for affordable, green building materials.
Chicago's resource for deconstruction, reclaimed building materials, job training and reuse education.
Installing solar systems for over a decade
Founded in 1997, REC Solar, Inc. specializes in grid-tied solar electric systems, offering state-of-the-art equipment and professional installation for all sizes of residential and commercial customers. A dedicated staff of engineers, designers and installers make solar a turn-key solution and REC Solar an established, trusted market leader.
A Non-Profit Recipe & Greeting Card Company
Recipe for change is a non-profit greeting card company. We produce recipe greeting cards. We also produce greeting cards featuring the work of local artists and photographers. If you are an artist, photographer or non-profit company, you can donate a recipe or image to the foundation and we will produce a line of fundraising greeting cards just for you. The service will be free to participants meeting our qualification guidelines. Proceeds from the sale of the greeting cards would go toward your cause as well as supporting EnviroFriendly's 'worlds lowest cost solar heat panel' project. If you have an idea for a fundraising project that is not listed, give us a call. If you are a for profit company that would like to get involved, ask about our business builder program.
Leading provider of green home remodeling services
Leading provider of green home remodeling services
Home Energy Auditing and Green Energy Remodeling
Home Energy Auditing and Green Energy Remodeling
We are the largest supplier of certified biodegradable/compostabl...
We are the largest supplier of certified biodegradable/compostablepackaging in the world! OVER 17 LINES OF BIODEGRADABLE/COMPOSTABLEMATERIALS. We passionately support and pioneer zero-waste educationand events; 15% of profits go to Justice Organizations: Justice forEarth. Justice for the Animals. Justice for Humanity. For moreinformation, visit www.recyclaholics.com or call 612-521-LOOP.
100% organic cotton clothing, US grown/sewn. Chicago based.
Environmentally responsible shirts for the whole family. 100% organic cotton, grown and sewn in the U.S.A., with water based dyes and inks. "Clothing you can feel good about!"
Customize the labels on your recycling bins. Triple, Double and Single bin units available with 33 gallon containers. Industrial reclaimed materials and all materials recyclable. RecycleBoxBin is committed to providing a low cost and cleanly designed recycling container that will look great from the board room to the break room.
Recycled Glassworks Tableware- Style, Function & Sustainability
Recycled Glassworks creates functional artwork from recycled windows.Plate glass pieces are kiln fired over handmade molds. A metamorphosis, giving them a second life as amazing tablewares.Recycled Glassworks' innovative recycling program works with local contractors & homeowners, providing an eco-friendly option for material re-use during renovation projects. We recycle non-tempered glass windows & sliding doors. Most glass recycling centers take only bottle glass.Dishes & bowls are durable enough for everyday use, & are dishwasher safe.With our large range of sizes & styles, you can easily put together the perfect set that reflects your personal needs.We offer full wedding registry services.
Fresh, Colorful, Hip, Recycled Art Glass Jewelry
Eco Friendly Jewelry - Loot! provides hip, fresh, colorful jewelry and beautiful sculptural trees made of glass and precious metals with a maximal amount of recycled, reclaimed, and vintage materials. Each piece is handmade and unique, it's shape, size, and color determined by the original artwork and it's pattern of breakage. Loot! reclaims glass destined for the landfill and recycles it to create lasting treasures.
Recycled runway is a student run club at The New School. We take pre-existing items bound for landfill and refashion them into clothing. By doing this, the usefulness of the discarded item is extended, and the question is raised: What is trash? Our goal is to make people question their relationship with waste, and the things they interact with everyday, like clothing.