Green Festival Exhibitors


Exhibitors are companies that are in line with Green Festival's core values and beliefs. Read More.

Unique ethnic handmade jewelry and custom designed clothing

Eco-friendly clothing you'll love to wear day after day!

Organic T-shirts with a point of view

Fair Trade Gifts from Around the World

Apparel made from hemp and organic cotton produced in the USA

Natural, fair trade, alpaca knits for everyone!

Portable ergonomic back support systems - fair trade made

Unique natrual fiber clothing & accessories.


SustainU is a clothing company focused on changing the way clothes are made to improve the environment, reinvigorate America’s manufacturing sector, and educate the world about how clothing can positively impact people’s lives. By creating 100% recycled apparel that’s made in the USA, we want people to change the way they think about their clothing, and how they live their lives. Wear a better story.

Women's Organic Clothing Following Fair-Trade Guidelines

Tees For Change

PO Box 8130, Silver Spring, MD, USA, 20907 - View Map

Eco-friendly and luxuriously soft inspirational t-shirts

Why not wear a tee that inspires you and those you encounter throughout the day? With messages such as Live Courageously, Inspire Change and Live Mindfully, Tees For Change tees foster positivity, purpose and passion. For every tee purchased, a tree is planted. .p>

Phone: 240-723-0770

Specializes in Green Fashion Textiles that preserve tradition

locally sewn organic bamboo clothing and accessories

Highest quality, sustainably-printed apparel on the market

Handcrafted designs from India which promote artisans and trade.

Long time friends since they were together at boarding school in India, Gayatri and Rati knew that they would one day merge their creative interests in fashion and design to create their own label.Our design philosophy is an exploration, a journey, and story telling. Our collection is an homage to the India of our grandmother's with a contemporary edge relevant to our lifestyles. ...And we have learned never to say never!