EcoFair Marin | Exhibitors

Exhibitors

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iDwell Exhibitors

sans

Sans (Booth # 1)

Sans is the Bay Area’s one-stop grocery shop and educational resource for all things gluten-free. Delicious fresh deli sandwiches, prepared on our own award-winning flat breads, are served every Friday & Saturday.

Renewal By Andersen  (Booth # 2)

Get professionally installed replacement windows and doors by Renewal by Andersen.

doterra

dōTERRA Essential Oils (Booth # 3)

Go green for your body! Yummy Certified Pure Therapeutic medical grade essential oils are the best in 100% non-toxic natural medicines, beauty & cleaning supplies.

Marshall Honey (Booth # 4)

The Marshalls have been producing the finest local, pure, raw, unfiltered, kosher honey from the greater S.F. Bay Area, Marin County & Northern California since 1993.

Mary's Chickens

Mary’s Organic Chickens (Booth # 5)

Mary’s Organic Air Chilled Chickens are produced by third generation Pitman Family Farms. Stop by Booth #5 in “I Dwell” to “Meet Mary Pitman” and taste her humanely raised chicken.

Healthy Building Science

Healthy Building Science (Booth # 6)

 Healthy Building Science combines sustainable design consulting & environmental sciences. Offering Healthy Building Inspections, Environmental Testing, and Green Building Consulting for residential and commercial projects.

v-dog

V-dogfood (Booth # 7)

V-dog is a plant-based dog food, with NO wheat, corn, soy, GMO or gluten and is 24% protein. It contains all of the essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and protein for a dog to thrive. Shipping is FREE at www.v-dog.com

Harney

Harney Home Performance (Booth # 8)

Home Energy Assessments utilizing the latest diagnostic tools, modeling software and advanced reporting technology. Our services cover all aspects of home performance from insulation to systems design, to renewables.

Marin Sanitary Service (Booth # 9)

Marin Sanitary, Recycling and Resource Recovery Centers are environmental leaders in landfill diversion. Their commitment to zero waste extends to community education and philanthropic civic duties.

Marin Builders Association  (Booth # 10)

The Marin Builders Association supports sustainable building throughout Marin/North By. Its Marin Home & Garden Expo annually features the best and most current sustainable practices.

Sequoia Beauty

Sequoia Beauty (Booth # 11)

Sequoia Beauty is an organic, local, and raw facial care line with effective solutions for anti-aging, rosacea, and acne ingredients are grown by local farmers in the Bay Area.

Earth Angels Green Cleaning (Booth # 12)

Eco-friendly health & wellness, aromatherapy, move in/out and renewing deep housecleaning. Plus concierge services: Organizing, packing, errands, shopping, home maintenance supervising, party/holiday help, special projects

Solar City

Solar City (Booth # 13/14)

SolarCity is a leader in full-service solar power for homes, businesses & governments by providing engineering design, financing, installation, monitoring & energy efficiency.

The Urban Farmer Store (Booth # 15)

The best in efficient irrigation, LED landscape lighting, & rainwater catchment supplies, with locations in Mill Valley, Richmond & San Francisco to serve you.

Bath Fitter

Bath Fitter (Booth # 16)

Bath Fitter makes bathroom remodeling environmentally friendly. Our acrylic bathtubs and showers go over your existing, reducing land fill and promoting energy efficiency in one-day.

iLearn Exhibitors

Chelsea Green Publishing  (Booth # 1)

Chelsea Green is a leading independent publisher/distributor of books on the practice and politics of sustainability: food, farming, renewable energy, green building, business, politics.

Point Reyes Books (Booth # 1)

A spirited, independent bookstore that caters to the literary passions of townsfolk and visitors to coastal Marin. It’s a lively forum for authors, poets, scholars, and storytellers.

Cool the Earth (Booth # 2)

Engage your community in taking action to combat climate change by bringing our free program to your K-8 school. Enrolling schools now for 2012-13.

Sunrise Center (Booth # 3)

Environmental Concerns: GMO labeling, Proposition 37 to Label GMOs November 2012 election, Marine Life Conservation, Compassionate Communication Training for activists, families and friends

Dominican University Green MBA (Booth # 4)

Students in our two-year full-time or three-year part-time GreenMBA program learn a practical approach to financial viability, ecological sustainability and social justice.

teens turning green

Teens Turning Green (Booth # 5)

Teens Turning Green’s Eco Expo features informational displays, sampling of ethical products in all aspects of lifestyle and simple steps for eco living.

San Anselmo Quality of Life Commission (Booth # 6)

The San Anselmo Quality of Life Commission promotes sustainability through action and leadership and awards recognition to those who contribute to the community’s well-being.

Bay Nature Institute (Booth # 7)

Bay Nature Institute, publisher of Bay Nature magazine, is dedicated to inspiring people to explore, celebrate, and understand the natural world of the Bay Area.

The Woolman Semester School

The Woolman Semester School (Booth # 8)

A semester-away college preparatory intensive for high school juniors, seniors & gap-year students. Peace, justice & sustainability studies on 230 acres in Nevada City, California.

 

Cohousing California (floating pedal-powered)

What’s YOUR plan for sustainable community living? Learn about area ecovillages, cohousing, co-ops and shared housing, intergenerational and for Aging in Community, openings, forming groups, and events.

iPlay Exhibitors

Bay Area Green Tours (Booth # 1)

Bay Area Green Tours offers field trips that provide opportunities to meet pioneers creating a positive future, and to taste, touch and see sustainable solutions in action.

Marin Releaf

Marin ReLeaf (Booth # 2)

Come, reforest Marin’s public urban forest by planting trees this November and December with Marin ReLeaf. Your enthusiasm helps make these plantings joyful events.

Marine Mammal Center (Booth # 3)

The Marine Mammal Center rehabilitates sick and injured marine mammals. What we learn from our patients helps us inspire others to take action to protect the oceans.

Clif Bar (Booth # 4)

Employee and family-owned, Clif Bar makes nutritious, all-natural, organic foods and drinks, including CLIF® BAR energy bar, LUNA® and CLIF Kid®. We’re committed to sustaining our people, brands, business, community and planet.

Coming Soon

Collapsible Bottles (Booth # 5)

Collapsible water bottles that are BPA free, re-usable, foldable, freezable and dishwasher safe. They hold 16oz and include a metal carabiner clip and sport top.

Paper Punk (Booth # 6)

Paper Punk is a new, innovative paper-based building toy that’s as much of an art form as it is a toy. Come make something!

Budderball the Clown

Budderball the Clown (Booth # 7)

Budderball the Clown can provide award-winning face painting, creative balloon twisting, and a fun-filled comedy magic show for all your events and parties.

malt

MALT (Booth # 8)

Marin Agricultural Land Trust is a member-supported nonprofit organization created in 1980 to permanentlypreserve Marin County farmland. Some of the Bay Area’s most highly acclaimed dairy and meat products and organic crops are produced on farmland protected by MALT conservation agreements, which total more than 44,200 acres on 69 family farms and ranches.

Tower Garden

Tower Garden (Booth # 8A)

Grow your own food vertically, without dirt, recycling water & nutrients.  Clean, safe, highly nutritious, smaller environmental footprint.  Gardening experience not required.  

Barefoot Books (Booth # 9)

Explore. Imagine. Create. Connect. Give Back. Barefoot Books is about using the power of stories to nourish the creative spark in everyone and strengthen connections with family, the global community, and the earth.

Point Reyes National Seashore (Booth # 10)

Point Reyes National Seashore, established in 1962, safeguards the resources of the Point Reyes Peninsula, preserves local history, and hosts over two million visitors every year.

 

Mama’s Breastaurant (Booth # 11)

Mama’s Breastaurant provides an infant care station where parents can
change diapers or feed their little ones away from distraction.

Friends of China Camp (Booth # 12)

Now as Operator of China Camp State Park, Friends of China Camp is committed to making the park better than ever for our community.

Marin County Parks

Marin County Parks (Booth # 13)

Marin County Parks (MCP) is dedicated to educating, inspiring and engaging the people of Marin in preserving, protecting and enriching the natural beauty of Marin’s parks and open spaces.

US PureWater Corp

U.S. Pure Water Station (next to Organic Valley DIY Stage)

Serving Marin residents with great tasting, healthy water treated with reverse osmosis and carbon filtration. Fill your containers at our self-service Water Bar, and learn about all things water in our educational environment.

iWork Exhibitors

Mexico By Hand

Mexico by Hand (Booth # 1)

Traditional Mexican folk art and sustainable crafts made by master indigenous artisans – 100% recycled hammered copper vases, handmade lead-free pottery, paper mache and textiles.

Buddhafull Creations (Booth # 2)

Buddhafull Creations is a line of hand-made jewelry created by Lauren Racusin. The line focuses on unique fashionable jewelry without depleting mother earth or your bank account.

Sports Basement (Booth # 3)

Sports Basement is a sporting good and outdoor store that sells the best brands at basement prices. Visit us in the Presidio of SF!

Organic Valley

Organic Valley (Booth # 4/5)

Organic Valley is a farmer-owned cooperative with 51 family farms in California. Focused on saving family farms through organic farming, all their products are produced without antibiotics, synthetic hormones or pesticides.

Marin Association of Public Employees MAPE (Booth # 6)

Keep Marin Marin focuses on lifting up the work that each of us, especially our county employees, do to keep Marin clean, safe and healthy.

Final Footprint (Booth # 7)

Beautiful, handcrafted caskets & urns, biodegradable bamboo, banana, rattan, & sea grass. Meet Maggie author of A Graceful Farewell.

Pain Relief Clinic (Booth # 8)

Dr. Michael Joseph set up the Pain Relief Clinic to offer drug-free therapy that helps relieve pain through Chiropractic and self motivation.

Green Chamber of Commerce (Booth # 9)

Founded in 2008 in the San Francisco Bay Area as a 501(c)6 non-profit organization, The Green Chamber of Commerce is a growing and diverse business network focused on building an honest economy and championed triple bottom line business. With over 250 sustainable businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area are Green Chamber members, and we are actively recruiting to continually expand our membership base.

361 Architecture + Design Collaboration (Booth # 10)

361 Architecture + Design Collaborative uses a team approach and process to create warm modern designs that are healthy, super energy efficient and ecologically sound.

Studio Equilibria (Booth # 11)

Set in a tranquil location in San Anselmo, Marin County, CA, Studio Equilibria can offer you the personal attention to meet your fitness and health goals.

Clover Stornetta

Clover Stornetta (Booth # 12)

Clover Stornetta Farms is a three-generation, family-owned and operated dairy in Petaluma, CA committed to sustainability and the humane treatment of animals.

Synergy Organic Clothing (Booth # 13)

Synergy makes clothing that combines sustainability, with modern yet timeless design. We strive to make clothing that looks good, and is also gentle on the Earth.

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Marin County (Booth # 14)

The mission of Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Marin is to support and promote the success of Hispanic/Latino businesses and to help create a strong multicultural community in Marin.

Award-winning Author Graciela Triscareño-Sato will read from her book Latinnovating.

Margo Tettamanzi

Margo Tettamanzi (Booth # 15)

Tribal gear and resort lifestyle eco-jewelry made from the tagua-nut, which closely resembles animal ivory but is a vegetable from the Amazon Rainforest.

Marin Allergy Relief

Marin Allergy Relief (Booth # 16)

A holistic approach for the relief of symptoms caused by allergies and sensitivities.

rancho costa verde

Rancho Costa Verde (Booth # 17)

Rancho Costa Verde is a self-contained solar powered green community that takes advantage of the advances in solar power and green technology, as well as the unique, breath-taking natural amenities that only Baja California provides.

Hat People

Hat People (Booth # 18)

We are hat vendors of high quality hand made natural fiber hats from Ecuador. Our product is hand-woven from the natural leaves of the paja toquilla palm, which is a natural fiber that only grows in the highlands of Ecuador.

iLive Exhibitors

Bellam Self Storage

Bellam Storage (Booth # 1)

Bellam Self Storage has been Certified Green & 100% Solar Powered since 2006. Awarded the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce’s “2012 Green Business of the Year”.

Flourish Chiropractic (Booth # 2)

Our San Anselmo family wellness practice offers an exceptional chiropractic experience, perhaps unlike any you’ve ever had before. Our mission is to reconnect you to your vibrancy through graceful adjustments tuned into your exact needs. To help educate the community on the benefits of natural healthcare, our office offers complimentary chiropractic consultations & examinations to every new patient.

Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (Booth # 3)

Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (MCSTOPPP) – Working to protect local creeks and bays since 1993. Offers informative materials and/or workshops for residents, businesses and kids.

Central Marin Sanitation Agency (Booth # 4/5)

The award-winning outreach program of Wastewater Treatment Agencies of Marin educates the public on protecting the environment, wastewater treatment facilities, stormwater and the bay

City of San Rafael

City of San Rafael (Booth # 6)

Learn about the City of San Rafael’s efforts to combat climate change and create a more resilient community.

The SUSTAINABLES (Booth # 7)

Sustainable Marin, Novato, San Rafael, San Anselmo, Fairfax, & Mill Valley–advocate, educate & ACT to advance environmental sustainability, economic vitality & social equity: working for a future we can live in.

Marin Municipal Water District (Booth # 8)

Chartered in 1912, MMWD is celebrating its centennial as the first municipal water district in California. Today MMWD provides high-quality drinking water to 185,000 people in a 147-square-mile area of south & central Marin County.

Luminalt (Booth # 9)

Luminalt is a local and woman-owned solar installer committed to the community. Since 2004, Luminalt has been installing quality PV systems throughout the Bay Area.

Marin County’s Sustainability Team (Booth # 10)

Marin County’s Sustainability Team invites you to learn about Energy Upgrade California, your path to greater home efficiency and comfort. Rebates up to $5,000 available!

Marin Clean Energy (Booth # 11)

Marin Clean Energy is a local, not-for-profit provider of electricity that offers Marin’s residents and businesses a choice of greener, non-polluting renewable energy.

Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) (Booth # 12)

At the SMART Booth, we will have current photos from the tracks under construction, a map of the railway, the model train, plus brochures, stickers and magnets!

Bay Area Air Quality Management District

Bay Area Air Quality Management District  (Booth # 13)

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is a public agency responsible for air quality in nine counties around the Bay Area.

The Golden Gate Bridge  (Booth # 14)

The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District operates the Golden Gate Bridge and the Golden Gate Bus and Golden Gate Ferry public transit systems.

Golden Gate Electric Vehicle (open area on lagoon)

Golden Gate Electric Vehicle Association is an all volunteer, not for profit educational, support, and advocacy organization that promotes electric vehicles.

Food Exhibitors

Kasa Indian (Booth # F1)

Kasa Indian Restaurant and Food Trucks service the entire Bay Area. Honoring simple, homestyle Indian food at reasonable prices using natural and local ingredients.

El Huarache Loco

El Huarache Loco (Booth # F2)

El Huarache Loco is a Street Food Vendor, Restaurant and Catering Company. You can find us every weekend at the Alemany and Marin Farmer’s Market. Visit our new location in Larkspur at the Marin Country Mart!

Lydia’s Lovin’ Foods (Booth # F3)

Lydia’s Lovin’ Foods serves healthy, delicious, gluten-free, organic, vegan, raw and cooked foods at festivals and in our Petaluma café.

Three Twins Ice Cream (Booth # F4)

Three Twins Ice Cream is an inconceivably delicious organic brand. We source our dairy from within 17 miles of our factory in Petaluma.

Weavers Coffee

Weaver’s Coffee (Booth # F5)

Hand-crafting coffee since 1980, John Weaver apprenticed under the legendary Alfred Peet. After 27 years, John left Peet’s to launch his own brand, Weaver’s.

Beer & Wine Tasting

Bison Organic

Based in Berkeley, Bison Organic microbrews a variety of organic beers – including Pale Ale, Coriander Rye, Chocolate Stout, and Bavarian-style hefeweizen.

Good Earth Natural Foods

GoodEarth Natural Foods in Fairfax is independently owned. Since 1969, Good Earth has been committed to the health and sustainability of our community.

Lagunitas

Lagunitas has succeeded in changing some of the rules in craft brewing over the years and, in doing so, found a clear route to its goals free of competition. Along the way, Lagunitas has cleared that path for others who have made it even wider.

Frey Premium Organic & Biodynamic Wines

Frey Organic & Biodynamic Wines are vegan with no added sulfites. The winery is three generations, family-owned and operated from beautiful GMO- free Mendocino County.

Coturri

Coturri Winery

Harry “Red” Coturri purchased the property which would become Coturri Winery in 1961. Always farmed using sustainable methods, the vineyards were certified organic by the CCOF in 1991. Starting 2004, conversion to biodynamics is underway.