Green Festival Exhibitors
Exhibitors are companies that are in line with Green Festival's core values and beliefs. Read More.
Wipes, toilet paper, rash ointment made with sustainable bamboo
Save trees and water! Bum Boosa Bamboo Products are 100% biodegradable products made from bamboo and are all chemical free - and safer for you and your family.Our mission is to provide a new option for widespread consumer products that, through their use, save trees and water.Our amazing bathroom tissue, made from 100% bamboo processed using the mechanical pulping method, is tree-free, bio-friendly, BPA free, and elemental chlorine-free. It is individually wrapped inrecyclablepaper - no plastic. Bum Boosa Bamboo Diaper Rash Ointment is made with herbs, essential oils, and fine bamboo powderthat was developed with both the planet and infants' sensitive skin in mind. Most baby wipes are made from synthetic fibers that are often petroleum based and contain harsh ingredients. Bum Boosa Baby Wipes are award winning, non-synthetic, tree-free product made from highly renewable bamboo. They are free of alcohol, parabens, sulfates and chlorine and other harsh ingredients. Come visit our booth or try a few sample of wipes in the Mothers' Nursing/Changing/Family Comfort station!
Phone: -866-996-BUMS (2867)
The National Aquarium is a nonprofit aquatic education and conservation organization with two locations and one mission: to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures. Transforming experiences reach well beyond the Aquariums’ walls. Education teams reach thousands of students each year with activities in schools and in the field; conservation crews and volunteers restore habitats and preserve species around the Chesapeake Bay and around the world; and the National Aquarium venues continue to serve as an economic engine for tourism in the city of Baltimore and as a unique draw in downtown Washington, DC
Currently operating as a “museum without walls” through participation in community events and creative partnerships with other arts and cultural organizations, the National Children’s Museum will open an indoor space in winter 2012 and an expansive outdoor experience in summer 2013 at National Harbor in Prince George’s County, Maryland. The Museum is poised to become Greater Washington’s premier family attraction and is the only national museum dedicated entirely to children and their families and caregivers