Healthy Brands Collective will be at NYC, Booth #724.
Our family of brands include Living Harvest Tempt, Yumnuts Naturals, Cherrybrook Kitchen, Cell-nique Super Green Drink, and the recently added Organics baking line European Gourmet (formely the North America product line from Dr. Oekter). Healthy Brands Collective was founded by husband & wife, Dan & Donna Ratner. Beginning with the creation of the green drink, Cell-nique, their already present passion for healthy living grew quickly. Dan decided to begin rescuing other brands that were in financial despair and rebuild them from the bottom up and Donna joined him to handle PR & Marketing. The Healthy Brands team is currently based in CT and hopes to service the Tri-State area with direct sales soon.
*Living Harvest Tempt - Tempt products offer the goodness of hemp nutrition with incredible taste that consistently gets “ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhs” from our fans. From Hempmilk to protein powder, we want to share the goodness of hemp with everyone. At Living Harvest, we see food as fuel – always natural and never stripped down
*Yumnuts Naturals - We'nuts about great taste, so we created Flavor Roasted cashews, the perfect marriage between taste & healthy snacking. Yumnuts are delicately seasoned and then roasted slowly without oil. 100% natural.
*Cell-nique Super Green - Unlike most other green drinks, Cell-nique is organic, lower calorie, contains more green nutrients, more protein, comes in a full line of tasty green flavors, and is packaged in glass for freshness. It's an altogether more authentic and healthful green drink.
We'll have all three of these brands available at the Festival for sampling and to purchase. Be sure to come by and check us out!
Helping you create a cleaner, greener, safer home.
Healthy Child Healthy World is dedicated to protecting the health and well being of children from harmful environmental exposures. We educate parents, support protective policies, and engage communities to make responsible decisions, simple everyday choices, and well-informed lifestyle improvements to create healthy environments where children and families can flourish.
Toxin-free, eco-friendly household goods, mattresses & clothing
Go beyond green to healthy and green! We offer toxin-free, eco-friendly products for everyday living. From books and candles to infant clothing to bedding, mattresses, furniture, paint and carpet and more!
This home is the realization of it's creator's dream to combine all of best available home-building technology with long-lasting, top-quality, energy efficient, non-toxic materials and stunning one-of-a-kind architecture.
Healy is the mother of three spunky, clever, funny, loving, breastfed children. Healy is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and volunteer La Leche League Leader. La Leche League supports breastfeeding families through monthly meetings, phone help and home visits as well as offering educational opportunities for health care professionals. Supporting mothers who want to breastfeed their babies allows me to pass on the ancient wisdom of mothering through breastfeeding and make a small difference in our community one family at a time.
HEART -- Promoting Humane Education
HEART fosters compassion and respect for other human beings, animals, and the environment by educating youth and teachers in humane education.
The Heartland is a Cafe, music venue, and community located in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago. Founded in 1968, the Heartland's mission has been to provide healthy food with vegetarian options made with socially conscious ingredients- as well as an inspiring enviroment for activists, poets, progressives, musicians, and artists. In addition to the Cafe, the Heartland offers the Red Line Tap Tavern, Heartland by the Lake Beach Stand, and the No Exit Theatre.
Heartsong Chai and Heartsong Pepper Brews are handcrafted with organic spices and made with love in Ashland, Oregon. The Heartsong Pepper Brews and Heartsong Chai are pioneers in the beverage industry. These healthful and invigorating brews are the natural evolution of Americas energy drink fascination. There is nothing like Heartsong on the market. Our Brews, our organization, our Chai Hut, they are evolutionary points of light in industrial culture.
Building the old, the new and beyond
At Heartwood Builders Inc. and Susan Neaton Architects our purpose is to build homes with a focus on sustainability and healthy living environments. Utilizing our extensive experience in commercial and residential building and our passion for recent sustainable technology, we are recognized as leaders in the Seattle market.
Entirely custom manufactured window insulation. It's really quite simple - stop unnecessary heat gain and heat loss through your windows first! With over twenty years experience, we can solve expensive and wasteful losses due to window exposure.
Recycled Jewelry to support Environmental Education
We will be selling recycled eco- jeweler. Our jewelery is hand made or reconstructed in America of recycled materials combined in a new way, using a variety of eco-friendly materials. Some of our earrings and necklaces use new components with components that have lived a life as part of other pieces of jewelry, while other jewelry is made of recycled paper,plastic and metal products that have lived many other lives. All of our paper creations are coated with a clear water proof soy based paint from an eco-friendly company. As a non-profit organization our profits go toward raising money to support the Pelican Nest Learning and Resource Center in Baton Rogue, LA.,and Toward building the first Platinum LEED Eco-Education and CAM Healing Center in Northern Virginia.
Charlie Heck is the Managing Editor of luri & wilma, Washington, DC's eco-chic, online magazine.A graduate of the Mayborn College of Journalism, she recently returned to her writing roots after a few years in the corporate public relations sector. Raised by the "hippy" mom, she learned to appreciate local, organic food, sustainably harvested materials and small businesses and found those hard to coexist in the corporate sector.With the formation of luri & wilma and the emerging, locally produced fashion and vintage sector in DC, she has finally found that local, eco-conscious mix she can stand behind.
Trathen Heckman is the founding director of Daily Acts, serves on the board of Transition U.S., and is a backyard farmer. With an emphasis on reverence for life, Trathen inspires, educates and collaborates with communities, business and municipal leaders to harness the power of nature and inspired action to restore the vitality of our lives and communities. He lives in the Petaluma River Watershed where he grows food, medicine, and wonder while working to compost apathy and lack.Trathen Heckman is the founding director of Daily Acts, serves on the board of Transition U.S., and is a backyard farmer. With an emphasis on reverence for life, Trathen inspires, educates and collaborates with communities, business and municipal leaders to harness the power of nature and inspired action to restore the vitality of our lives and communities. He lives in the Petaluma River Watershed where he grows food, medicine, and wonder while working to compost apathy and lack.
Leif Hedendal is a farm to table SFbased chef, cooking for many dining projects, including The Secret Cafe, The Secret Eating Society, Noise In my Kitchen, and Mission Street Food. He is currently running a dinner series called Dinner Discussion, bringing together, over dinner, important figures in the sustainable food movement and sociallyengaged contemporary art.
Mischa is the Co-Founder of TrimTab Media, a communications agency that works with sustainable brands to tell their stories more effectively with online video. He brings over a decade of experience producing and editing award-winning documentaries, commercials and web video to TrimTab Media.
Mischa holds an MBA in Sustainable Enterprise from Dominican University’s GreenMBA program and consults with organizations on integrated marketing and content strategy.
Mischa grew up exploring the woods of Mendocino, California and selling produce at his family’s farmers market booth. He walks his talk – biking to work and subscribing to a weekly CSA box full of local fruits and veggies. When he’s not helping businesses tell their stories with video, he’s outside – running, biking, hiking and swimming. Follow him on Twitter at @trimtabmedia and @mischahedges
Joanne Hedou is a Fluvial Geomorphologist educated at the University of Oregon and Massachusetts. She has been an environmental activist and professional in Seattle since the 80s, working for King County as a Planner; as a water resources consultant for numerous civil engineering firms; as a university instructor; and, since 2001, as a fundraiser for local fish, farming and food groups. Her writing is about her experiences with water, natural systems, immigration and parenting in a world that is radically different from the one she grew up in. Joanne currently works with GroundUp at Yesler Terrace in Seattle and is in the process of establishing a new initiative in relation to her research on flooding and farms.
Ending Hunger and Poverty, Saving the Earth
Heifers mission is to end hunger and poverty while caring for the earth. For more than 60 years, Heifer International has provided livestock and environmentally sound agricultural training to improve the lives of those who struggle daily for reliable sources of food and income. And since 1944, we have helped 48 million people through training in livestock development and livestock gifts that multiply.Every gift of an animal provides direct benefits such as milk, eggs, wool, fertilizer, as well as indirect benefits that increase family incomes for better housing, nutrition, health care and school fees for children. Recipients pass on the gift of offspring of their cows, goats and other livestock to others in an ever-widening circle of hope.Heifer currently works in more than 57 countries, including the U.S.
Mary Heim has been working for the past year with the Seattle Office of Emergency Preparation on organizing at the block and community level on community preparedness. As a GIS professional, she is developing community asset maps for this work. Three Seattle groups from Queen Anne/Magnolia, West Seattle, and Wallingford were awarded funds from the City Council to purchase the supplies to create communication hubs to assist in this planning. Mary is president of the Wallingford Community Council and head of the Community Preparedness Guild of Sustainable Wallingford.
- The Party's Over: Oil, War, and the Fate ofIndustrial Societies (2003)
- Powerdown: Options and Actions for aPost-Carbon World
- The Oil Depletion Protocol: A Plan to Avert OilWars, Terrorism and Economic Collapse (2006)
- Peak Everything (2008)
Richard Heinberg is a senior fellow at the Post Carbon Institute and is the author of eight books on ecological issues, including Peak Oil. He is the author of eight books, including The Party's Over: Oil, War, and the Fate of Industrial Societies (2003) and Powerdown: Options and Actions for a PostCarbon World, The Oil Depletion Protocol: A Plan to Avert Oil Wars, Terrorism and Economic Collapse (2006), and Peak Everything (2008).
Heinberg advocates a planned descent down the depletion curves of oil and draws attention to the links between 9/11 and peak oil.
Heinberg lives in Santa Rosa, California. He is a member of the International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations. He is also an accomplished violinist and an illustrator and book designer. He is married to Janet Barocco.
Heinberg is also the editor of Museletter and has appeared in the documentaries The End of Suburbia and Chasing God.
Eric Heineman is the Senior Sustainability Policy Advisor for Governor Pat Quinn. He currently oversees the Governor’s Sustainable School and Sustainable Universities Compact Program, legislation, procurement, and co-chairs the Illinois Green Governments Coordinating Council. Before working for the Governor, Eric was the first project manager for environmental sustainability at the University of Chicago. He is knowledgeable of sustainable practices, technology, and education having been a middle school computer teacher at both private and public schools in Illinois. In addition he has taught courses in Ecopsychology at the University of Vermont and Eco Design at the University of Chicago. He recently received a diploma in Social and Environmental Design from Archeworks, received his postgraduate certificate in Education for Sustainability at London South Bank University, and received his Bachelors of Science in Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont.
As President of Sustainable Ballard, Heins is proud to join her neighbors in taking action to live more sustainably both individually and collectively. Heins also serves as regional director for the Seattle Green Festival.
High style, low impact handbags
Since 2004, we have used organic, sustainable, and cruelty-free materials to deliver captivating bags and a conscientious message. Drawing design inspiration from Mother Nature, we honor Her through our actions, giving style-minded women bags they feel good about carrying.
Ecologically sensitive architecture and building practices, responding to people and place. Helicon Works is a virtual collaborative, practicing architecture with a holistic complement of team members working on design and construction.
Green Real Estate and Development
Helios Realty and Development is a full service real estate brokerage and development company based in Chicago. Helios is one of the fastest growing real estate companies with a company wide emphasis on sustainability and green building.
Helios Solar Works builds solar panels in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. We make high-quality, high-efficiency solar panels for residential, commercial and utility installations. Clean, smart solar electricity from a local company, what could be better? We also give plant tours.
Natural, locally sourced body & skin care, customized aromatherapy blends, personal health products and decorative accessories. Our fragrance-free body care products can be custom blended, creating a personal and unique relationship with each client, and our discounted refills will entice you to come back and visit us again. Heliotrope provides personalized service and natural, healthy, locally-sourced body & skin care products to nurture and promote the well-being of our clients. Moisturizers, soaps, skin care, hair care & shaving products, books and accessories.
Our all natural ultra-moisturizing body care products comfort as well as they heal, smell divine as they feel and shift your mood so fast it's surreal! soft and healthy glowing skin, a brighter outlook, and a happier you. it just doesn't get any butter than this!!
Help India's animals - buy fair trade items
Help Animals India - Seattle based nonprofit benefits VSPCA - unique ecological animal sanctuary in India - with programs for wildlife/ domestic /companion animals/sea turtles - having helped 70,000 street dogs.Buy handicrafts of Indias fair trade items which helps struggling artisans with all profits going to our animal sanctuary.
Christy Hemenway discovered her passion for beekeeping in 2007, after moving to rural Maine. This move came after spending several misspent decades in the real estate and information technology industries in the densely packed metropolis of Hampton Roads, Virginia.
After attending conventional bee school, she had some unanswered questions such as, What did bees do before we gave them wax foundation? When no one at bee school offered up a solid answer to that one question in particular, she started searching further afield and discovered the benefits of something called top bar hives. Soon after, she founded Gold Star Honeybees and began advocating for bees to be healthy naturally.
Top bar hives are simple and easily managed, but the most important feature of a top bar hive is that it lets bees make their own beeswax and honeycomb in a natural, chemicallyfree way. They are well suited to the back yard beekeeper.
Today, Gold Star Honeybees manufactures the Gold Star top bar hive kit and educates people about the importance of healthy honey bees, offering classes and presentations throughout the United States.
Manufacturers & Distributors of quality hemp products since 1991<...
Manufacturers & Distributors of quality hemp products since 1991
Original eco-fashion zing at it's best,
Comfortable, contemporary, original...Eco-fashion zing at it's best. Hemp and hemp fabric blends like organic cotton etc. are used to make these muted color/rich color clothing and accessory designs for passionate women and men on the move to make that difference. Remember, You Are What You Wear!
Hemp Food Products Hemp seed oil, hulled hemp seed, toasted or roasted hemp seed, sterilized hemp seed, hemp flour, hemp protein powder, hemp seed cake & hemp coffee. All food products are Kosher certified and available as Certified Organic.
All food products are gluten free and are produced without the use of pesticides, herbicides or fungicides
All hemp products are available in retail sizes under the Prairie Emerald brand or bulk wholesale quantities. Contact us for custom processing & private label information.
Hemp Oil Canada Inc was incorporated in March 1998, the same month that Health Canada re legalized the cultivation of industrial hemp in Canada. Hemp Oil Canada is an innovative agri food processing company located just south of the City of Winnipeg, in the heart of the Canadian Prairies and largest region of hemp seed production. Our customers include other value added companies from the food processing industry as well as organizations involved with vitamin supplements, health & natural foods, cosmetics and industrial use applications. Hemp Oil Canada is dedicated to the procurement, processing, marketing and distribution bulk wholesale and private label and packing of hemp food. Hemp Oil Canada is determined to bring hemp food products into the mainstream by creating greater public awareness and media exposure with regards to the exceptional nutritional profile of hemp seeds, their good taste, and their environmental benefits.
Hemp Oil Canada is the largest producer of bulk hemp seed and oil products in North America. We are vertically integrated from field to store shelf. Focus on marketing, customer service and Quality.
Hemp Seed Foods, Organic, Kosher, Gluten & Pesticide Free
Company ProductsHemp Food Products - Hemp seed oil, hulled hemp seed, toasted or roasted hemp seed, sterilized hemp seed, hemp flour, hemp protein powder, hemp seed cake & hemp coffee. All food products are Kosher certified and available as 'Certified Organic'. All food products are gluten free and are produced without the use of pesticides, herbicides or fungicidesAll hemp products are available in retail sizes under the 'Prairie Emerald' brand or bulk wholesale quantities. Contact us for custom processing & private label information.Company BackgroundHemp Oil Canada Inc was incorporated in March 1998, the same month that Health Canada re-legalized the cultivation of industrial hemp in Canada. Hemp Oil Canada is an innovative agri-food processing company located just south of the City of Winnipeg, in the heart of the Canadian Prairies and largest region of hemp seed production. Our customers include other value-added companies from the food processing industry as well as organizations involved with vitamin supplements, health & natural foods, cosmetics and industrial use applications. Hemp Oil Canada is dedicated to the procurement, processing, marketing and distribution bulk wholesale and private label and packing of hemp food. Hemp Oil Canada is determined to bring hemp food products into the mainstream by creating greater public awareness and media exposure with regards to the exceptional nutritional profile of hemp seeds, their good taste, and their environmental benefits.Competitive PositionHemp Oil Canada is the largest producer of bulk hemp seed and oil products in North America. We are vertically integrated from 'field to store shelf'. Focus on marketing, customer service and Quality.
Hemp Queen ~Blending Creativity and Sustainability~
An Eco-boutique ~Blending Creativity and Sustainability~ Indie designed Hemp Apparel, Accessories and Hula Hoops using hemp and recycled fabrics.
Wholesale/Retail hemp products: fabric, twine, clothes, building materials
Wholesale/Retail hemp products: fabric, twine, clothes, building ...
Wholesale/Retail hemp products: fabric, twine, clothes, building materials
Beautiful Fair Trade Handmade Hemp Accessories
Handmade, natural fiber, fair trade accessories from around the world. Large selection of everything made with hemp products.
Manufacturer of High Quality 100% Hemp Bags
Manufacturer of High Quality 100% Hemp Bags
Hemptopia Apparel is engaged in the design and manufacturing of sustainable products. Their primary focus is on the integration of hemp and it's beneficial properties into contemporary newer age garments to be worn by those who seek a higher level of serviceability. Hemptopia- A world enhanced for the benefit of man and mother "Earth"
Maya Henderson has written about Chicago’s conscious living scene for the past five years. A certified yoga instructor and vegan, she currently covers fitness, nutrition, wellness and holistic beauty in the city for Vital Juice Chicago. She has a passion for making green and healthy living hip, accessible and fun for all.
Hendricks' love for wildlife began when I was a child by taking in wounded nativeanimals andlater in life protecting eagle foraging fir trees along our shoreline. While our aquatic native species are not seen as often, Hendricks' work has included their protection as they struggle for survival in Puget Sound. Currently Hendricks is the Chair of the Sierra ClubShorelines and Aquaculture Subcommittee.
Jamie Henn is the Communications and East Asia Director for the international climate campaign 350.org. In 2009, Jamie coordinated media for over 5,200 simultaneous events in more than 180 countries, landing 350.org on front pages and newscasts around the world and making the campaign the day's top story on Google News (while coordinating nearly 500 events across East Asia, including over 300 rallies across China and Cambodia's first climate event at Angkor Wat). At the Copenhagen climate talks, Jamie provided media support for some of the world's most vulnerable countries, running communications for events with climate leaders like President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives. Before cofounding 350.org with environmental writer Bill McKibben and a group of six college friends, Jamie helped lead the Step It Up 2007 campaign and a variety of efforts with the Energy Action Coalition. He is a graduate of Middlebury College in Vermont and the coauthor of the book Fight Global Warming Now.
350.org is an international climate campaign named after the safe upper limit of carbon in our atmosphere: 350 parts per million. On October 24, 2009, 350.org organized over 5,200 climate rallies in more than 180 countries, what CNN called the most widespread day of political action in history. 350.org started with a team of seven college friends and grew into an international movement using online tools to drive real world action. In 2010, the campaign will continue to work for the climate solutions science and justice demand.
How to participate: 350.org is an opensource movement that needs your ideas, talents, and leadership. Check out 350.org to learn how to connect your community with an international movement for climate action. Got a community garden? Share recipes with gardeners in Cambodia. Stopping a coal plant? Share tactics with campaigners in Australia. Find out more at the 350.org website, Facebook group, or @350 on Twitter.
Henna is a Prayer That you Wear. Sacred and Natural Henna symbols are applied in the form of offerings and the color Henna leaves behind is a blessings. Henna colors only the upper layer of skin that lasts 2-3 weeks depending upon pigmentation.The most sought out artist in California, Renu Lal's work has been voted "Best Of Body Art."See Renu for your personal Prayer To Wear.
NORTHWEST'S PREMIERE HENNA BODY ARTISTS SINCE 1996.
HennaDervish is the northwest's premiere source for professional, artistic and exquisite henna body art in home or at your event.Safe, natural, beautiful! We make our own henna - never any chemical additives!Experienced artists available for commercial work including: film, television, fashion, photo shoots, promotions and art projects.
Kirstin Henninger is founding director of Green Caf
Eric Henry, president of TS Designs, is one-half of the dynamic duo that owns TSD. Alongside his business partner and TSD CEO Tom Sineath, Eric has been in the screenprinting business for over 30 years.
Eric’s duties at TSD range from sales to operations to PR. He is the foremost public face of TSD, attending numerous trade shows, giving speeches to groups and universities and hosting tours of the TSD facility. His boundless enthusiasm and energy have gained him a certain level of notoriety at most of them, even winning him the Sustainability Champion award from Sustainable North Carolina in 2009.
Outside of TS Designs, Eric devotes much of his time to furthering the sustainable agenda in various community organizations. He founded the Burlington Biodiesel Co-op and has run his car on biodiesel (or straight vegetable oil) since 2004. He serves on the boards for Company Shops Market, a local co-op grocery that reconnects local agriculture to Alamance County, and NC GreenPower, an organization that purchases and resells renewable energy. He also serves on boards for Alamance County Chamber of Commerce, Specialty Graphic Imaging Association, Elon University Environmental Science and the Burlington Downtown Corporation.
Eric was born in Radford, Virginia. When he was 3, he moved to Burlington, NC, where he has lived for most of his life since. He attended NC State University for 2 years, then transferred to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While at UNC-CH, Eric founded Creative Screen Designs, a screenprinting operation dedicated to the college market. Before the start of his senior year at Chapel Hill, Eric left school to join Tom Sineath as co-owner of TS Designs, Inc. He recently completed an online permaculture class at NC State University.
Eric and his wife Lisa recently purchased a small farm in southern Alamance County, moving out of their home of 26 years in downtown Burlington. Lisa wanted to be closer to her horses and Eric wanted to get closer to the dirt. He has started a blog, Journey to Zero, to share the progress of their project to make their new house a net zero energy home.
Quote: “I want to push the window of sustainability in order to change the direction of the American society.”
Tamara Henry lives in the heart of the tsunami zone of Venice Beach and has devoted her entire life to the journey of health & wellness, mind/body/spirit/earth and her mission is to combine spirituality with entertainment.
Tamara has been walking her talk, living car free in autocentric Los Angeles since 2001. This year her eco TV show about public transportation, carpooling and green trivia "Metro Motion" received a nomination at the 64th Los Angeles Area Emmys. Tamara is best knows for her feel-good community news on Santa Monica City TV Channel 16. "Santa Monica Update" airs every day at 9am, noon, 6pm & 10:30 pm. She is also a reality TV personality, and this summer took home $6000 in cash and prizes when she won the "ex beauty queen" episode of RuPaul's Drag U on LOGO. She has more transformational television reality show appearances lined up for 2013. Tamara tells us why it's important to weave environmental messages into her programming and how she keeps it up as a conscious content creator and social media maven.
Tamara has been the red carpet host for the "Night of 100 Stars" Oscar watch party since 2005, after her successful spiritual entertainment talk show "IN with Tamara Henry" which focused on directors, producers and actors of enlightening entertainment. Tamara went on to form her own film production company Vanilla Fire. In 2010 her documentary Unbeaten made the Oscar Shortlist for the 83rd Academy Awards and was named one of the Top 10 Olympic Films of all time by TIME magazine. Her films have been narrated by Dan Aykroyd, Ed Harris and the one narrated by Kelsey Grammer is currently being considered for a nomination in the documentary category for 2013.
Omnipresent and full of clean energy "Green T" is a bright light in the space of environmental media who is helping to bridge the gap between green issues and mainstream media. Watch for this new age content creator on social media and in person at any green event near you!
"Green T" will be hosting eco fashion designer Marina DeBris's collection during the California Dreaming Eco Fashion Show at the Los Angeles Green Festival debut Saturday November 17, 2012 at 6pm on the Main Stage.
Ben Hensler is General Counsel and Deputy Director of the Worker Rights Consortium, a nonprofit organization that combats sweatshop abuses in the global apparel industry with a focus on factories that produce college logo sweatshirts and t-shirts. He has been an advocate, campaigner, investigator and organizer for the rights of workers in the US and around the world for more than twenty years. He lives in the Mission.
Herb Pharm, Americas #1 liquid herbal extracts.
Herb Pharm, a certified organic grower of medicinal herbs, produces Americas #1 brand of liquid herbal extracts. Herb Pharm grows and harvests in an environmentally responsible, sustainable manner. We are committed to providing the highest quality products possible, and educating people on the safe and effective use of herbs. www.herb-pharm.com.
Herbal Junction offers a variety of handcrafted, artisan herbal products. We create herbal elixirs (Jun), herbal teas, herbal power tonics and tinctures and our new non-dairy, herbal "nice cream", in small batches to ensure a high-quality product every time.
Healing Humanity One Body at a Time
Synthetic Chemical and Petroleum Free Body Care Products.Developers of Detox Cleansing Deodorant, for nighttime use. All natural, cleansing ingredients help attract metals and residues that have accumulated in the underarm area. Restores the underarm to its natural state.
Handcrafted herbal bath and body products
Herban Lifestyle, LLC offers a full line of high-quality, handcrafted herbal bath and body products for adults and babies, including bath/massage oils, lip balms, salves, soaps, washes, bath salts, body scrubs, facial masques and more. All Herban Lifestyle products are made with truly natural, organic and Fair Trade ingredients, in attractive earth-friendly packaging, and infused with Love and Gratitude. We never use preservatives, artificial colors, fragrances, or surfactants, and no synthetic, petroleum-based or other chemical ingredients. We pledge to these standards as a signer of the Compact for Safe Cosmetics. We are also certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny!And as an approved member of Green America, we also pledge to practice ethical business and labor standards, which is easy since everything we sell is handcrafted in Falls Church, VA. In our efforts to be conscientious members of our community we also donate 5% of gross revenues to charity, including Feeding America, Sierra Club, Herb Research Foundation, and Martha's Table, and we donate goods to local charities for their fundraising efforts.
Herbert is chief executive of Newground Social Investment, a Seattlebased money manager and shareholder activist. He is a past governing board member of ICCR (the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility), and cofounded and was first director of the Northwest Coalition for Responsible Investment.
Herbert is active on the Host Committee for the Seattle Green Festival, and in the leadership of the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE), the Institute for Children's Environmental Health, the Whidbey Institute at Chinook and the Sierra Club's Corporate Accountability Committee. Over the years he has been active with many other organizations that focus on art, activism, citizenship and the commons.
Organic raw maca powders, extracts, formulas and capsules.
Maca Magic is grown at 14,000 feet in the Andes. Our farms both here and in the Amazon are organic and sustainable. We support phyto-medicinal advancement, traditional farming, indigenous intellectual property and land rights, and rainforest conversation. Our proprietary formulations are registered on behalf of indigenous societies in the Amazon Basin and Andes Mountains. A portion of each sale is designated to help protect natural heritage through conservation projects.
All Natural Mineral Cosmetics
Offering all-natural mineral cosmetics handcrafted in small batches to ensure quality. Our line includes foundation, eye shadow, blush, vegan lip balm and much more. There are no artificial dyes, nano-particles or synthetic ingredients of any kind in our mineral cosmetics; and we NEVER test on animals.
CEO + Founder Chief Investment Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, Series 65 Investment Adviser Representative. Paul invented HIP (Human Impact + Profit) in 2004 to connect forprofit investments that delivered high human impact with investors seeking the same. Since then, Paul and the HIP team have launched and currently manage the HIP 100 Index (SM) portfolio (a sustainable substitute for the S;P 100); advise and manage the wealth of individuals, highnetworth families, and foundations; and also consult to corporate clients, like WalMart and NIKE, on how to be more HIP. In addition, the HIP Scorecard ratings and rankings have been featured in Fast Company magazine in 2007, 2008 and 2010. Paul's new book, The HIP Investor: Make Bigger Profits by Building a Better World is published by John Wiley ; Sons, and was a top 20 business book bestseller in April 2010 for Inc. magazine / 800ceoRead.com.
Paul's financial expertise began with his Wharton School finance degree and work at McKinsey ; Co. developing incentive regulation for energy companies and regulators, as well as strategic improvements for Fortune 500 corporate clients and government. At eBay founder Pierre Omidyar's Network, Paul designed investment strategy that also enabled high human impact, including venturebacked growth companies. Paul's first pioneering venture reached 30,000 customers by creating a permissionbased online debit card and financial system for families, teens and kids, a $200 billion market including shopping, saving, investing and donating.
Paul's own HIP investing includes companies in microfinance, organic food, renewable energy, affordable health care, and B2B systems. Paul is an Investment Committee member of the Patient Capital fund, a member of Investors Circle, and an advisor to Net Impact.
Paul is also a peer expert for InterfaceRAISE, an adjunct professor teaching MBAs at Thammasat Business School in Bangkok, Thailand, and a visiting lecturer for MBAs, including the Presidio Graduate School in San Francisco.
Chris Herman has been consulting on and designing/drawing plans for complete, green, solar homes for 23 years in the Pacific Northwest. He is certified by the National Council of Building Designers, as a professional building designer, and the American Lung Association, WA Chapter, as a Healthy House Consultant/Designer. He is a founding, active member of the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild, with 7 chapters in WA, OR and Idaho. He is also founding board member and past president of Solar Washington, the state chapter of the American Solar Energy Society, of which he is also a life member. Chris designs and sells solar electric and solar hot water systems for dealer/installers throughout the state, teaches classes, writes articles and speaks on solar/green building at every opportunity. Chris Herman is also a 20 year FEMA reservist, involved husband and father and an avid whitewater river runner.
Nancy Hernandez is a long-time cultural worker incorporating art into the Bay Area movements for social justice. Through policy, protest and academia, she has committed to fight the criminalization of youth and the growing prison industry. Additionally, she helped build a student-run center to support matriculation of students of color and mobilized thousands to fight fee increases and budget cuts to education. Furthermore, Nancy worked in San Francisco’s Mission District for over 10 years to address the root causes of gang related violence and was able to use silkscreening, stenciling, clothing design, graffiti and muralism to bring together youth from across gang lines. She taught high school for 3 years at June Jordan, a small public Social Justice-focused High School and currently on the board of World Bridges, and Youth Together. She has committed her life work to empowering the next generation to advance social justice through community organizing and the arts.
Herndon is a social architect who has been pioneering for the last 20 years at the nexus of social networks, conscious evolution, media, technology, and collaboration. It is at the convergence of these powerful vectors where new social systems and synergies are born, essentially enabling new forms of civic engagement and innovative fresh thinking. As a lifelong action researcher, taking cutting edge wisdomknowledge and putting it into
Connection to land is the inspiration for the trilogy of short films/ installations Catherine’s created over the last 10 years, with the last in the series, ‘Open Doors,’ premiering in 2014. As an artist, Catherine Herrera seeks to awaken and inspire in audiences the deeply rooted ties to land that encourage care and appreciation for the healing power of the natural world. Catherine spent her youth at many treasured Bay Area and coast’s natural wonders with her grandparents. Later in life, Catherine learned more about her Ohlone family heritage, today, she is a member participating in the cultural revitalization efforts of the whole community. Catherine Herrera is also a photojournalist, whose work is published in newspapers, magazines, and purchased by collectors. Catherine is a public speaker on the artistic process and healing and invited to share her films/installations, photographs, and art. Learn more at www.catherineherrera.com. Portfolio: www.catherineherreraphotography.com.
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Called "one of America’s finest reporters" by Barbara Ehrenreich, Mark Hertsgaard is the author of six books that have been translated into sixteen languages, including Earth Odyssey: Around the World In Search of Our Environmental Future and On Bended Knee: The Press and the Reagan Presidency. He has covered climate change, politics and the media for leading media outlets around the world, including Vanity Fair, The Nation, Time, The New Yorker, NPR, L’espresso, Die Zeit and Le Monde Diplomatique. His next book, HOT: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth, will be published in the United States in January 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. More information at www.markhertsgaard.com.
Pamela comes to Arcadia from Flavor and Foodshed, magazines that focused on increasing the demand for, and the availability of, local, sustainable food in the Capital Foodshed. She cut her teeth in Washington as a career national security journalist -- with side trips to Afghanistan and Iraq -- and a brief foray into politics on Capitol Hill. She brings to Arcadia a deep commitment to its mission, a large and expanding network of farmers and food advocates, and a great reputation within the sustainable food community.
Committed to self-empowering community finance, Arno Hesse co-founded the crowdfunding service Credibles (“edible credits” – for local food) and the buy-local program Bernal Bucks in San Francisco. A founding member and leader in Slow Money, Arno invests in sustainable food ventures.
Arno Hesse has over 25 years of experience in executing market strategies for technology and finance companies, e.g. as Executive Vice President for Retail Markets at Union Bank. Arno is proud of his leadership successes in activism and volunteer work in nine countries. He holds an MBA from UC Berkeley. Having grown up in Europe, he is easily distracted by typography and new ice cream flavors.
- The Complete Idiot's Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition (ALPHA, 2011)
- The Complete Idiot's Guide to Gluten-Free Vegan Cooking (ALPHA, 2011)
Julieanna Hever, M.S., R.D., C.P.T., also known as The Plant-Based Dietitian, is a passionate advocate of the miracles associated with following a whole food, plant-based diet-the established effects of which provide positive healthful benefits. Julieanna is the host of “What Would Julieanna Do?” on Veria Living Network, author of the best-selling book, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition”, and the nutrition columnist for VegNews Magazine. She is the co-author of the book, “The Complete Idiot's Guide to Gluten-Free Vegan Cooking”, which she wrote with Chef Beverly Lynn Bennett.
Julieanna counsels a variety of clients throughout the world from her Los Angeles, California-based private practice including elite athletes, adults, and children with various nutritional and/or medical concerns. Julieanna was recently featured on The Dr. Oz Show, Reluctantly Healthy, and E! News, co-stars on The Chef and The Dietitian, on numerous radio shows, and has lectured extensively throughout the United States. She is published in prominent journals, magazines, blogs, and newsletters. As co-producer and star of the “infotainment” documentary To Your Health, Julieanna interviewed a host of the plant-based world’s most respected doctors and researchers to bring this important information to film and television audiences. Julieanna is also a Special Consultant for the best-selling documentary, Forks Over Knives. Her work as the Executive Director of EarthSave, International, has also provided an opportunity for Julieanna to bring whole food, plant-based nutrition to the forefront of efforts to improve the current global health crisis.
Julieanna received her Bachelors degree from UCLA and Masters of Science in Nutrition at California State University, Northridge, where she also completed her Dietetic Internship. She has taught as part of Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s eCornell Plant-Based Nutrition Certification Program, worked as a clinical dietitian at Century City Doctors Hospital, and has consulted for numerous businesses.
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• Hi-Tec Recycling has been providing recycling services to the San Francisco Bay Area from our Richmond warehouse location since 1998. • We accept any computer, laptop, cell phone, monitor, TV or other consumer electronic waste, working or non-working. • All items received by Hi-Tec Recycling are recycled in accordance with EPA standards. Some are sent for refurbishing and others are defracted for their component elements.
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Hiatt created Peraska to integrate sustainability into business and life. As an educator, speaker and activist, Hiatt studies the roots of sustainability and its practical application. He works with companies to create deeper understanding of how to plant and grow it into their businesses. Leveraging technology is just one of his many tools. Throughout his life, Hiatt has worked to bridge the gap between the technical and the social aspects of sustainability. Of his many passions, paramount (besides his worm box) is Education for Sustainability (EfS). At the Sustainable Education Collaborative, he helped create Sustainable Management Systems that integrate programs comprehensively throughout schools and school districts. He is a member of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals, and Green America to name a few. A former Alaskan from Ketchikan, Hiatt loves sharing his story living in an environment that spawned his philosophy about living with a purpose.
A geologist turned brewpub pioneer who had never run for political office, Hickenlooper was elected Mayor of Denver in 2003 and reelected in 2007. In April 2005, less than two years into his first term, Time Magazine named the political newcomer one of the top five bigcity mayors in America.
Both Hickenlooper and Denver continue to gain national recognition for innovative approaches to sustainability, transit, arts and culture, ending homelessness, economic development, regionalism, and of course hosting the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Hickenlooper brings creative leadership and innovative thinking to Denvers City Hall, drawing on his diverse background as an exploration geologist, real estate developer and restaurateur.
After the collapse of the oil industry in the mid1980s, Hickenlooper found himself with a healthy severance check, no immediate job prospects, and time on his hands. He spent two years developing the Wynkoop Brewing Company, the first brewpub in the Rocky Mountains, and one of the largest in the world.
A respected entrepreneur, Hickenlooper was also involved in numerous downtown Denver renovation and development projects and is credited as one of the pioneers that helped revitalize Denvers Lower Downtown historic district. In recognition of his efforts supporting preservation in Denver and downtowns across the country, Hickenlooper received a National Preservation Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1997.
Long before he had ever considered public office Hickenlooper was active in community affairs, serving on numerous civic boards, including Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado, Denver Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Denver Civic Ventures, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, the Denver Art Museum, the Association of Brewers, and the Institute for Brewing Studies.
Leading a grassroots campaign to preserve the Mile High Stadium name in 2000 planted the seeds for his 2003 mayoral bid. An unlikely candidate facing a halfdozen seasoned political veterans, Hickenlooper made Denver history with his nearly twotoone margin of victory and began his term by assembling the most diverse team of city leadership Denver has ever known.
Since taking office, Mayor Hickenlooper has increased civic engagement and participation throughout the city and Denver metro region, building strong bonds and partnerships that transcend partisan and geographic lines. His integrity, sense of humor and accomplishments have renewed public faith and trust in City Hall, and his boundless energy, enthusiasm and creativity have generated tremendous optimism and confidence in Denvers future.
Hadassah Hickman is Vice President of Financial Products for New Equity Business (NEB). Over the last 10 years, Hadassah has worked with startups, growth stage firms and nonprofits in business planning, forecasting and capital raising. Prior to joining NEB, she founded Sitar Capital Group. Hadassah has worked for the Women’s Self-Employment Project as both portfolio manager and loan officer. Her career began at Seaway National Bank. Hadassah is a passionate advocate for small business, and has facilitated youth entrepreneurship, financial literacy and business planning seminars and workshops in the United States and Africa. She has served as a consultant to the Oromiya Regional Government to design a micro loan program to reduce poverty in Ethiopia. Hadassah was named “A Woman to Watch” by the Chicago Sun Times (2008) and in 2010, she received the Promise Award from the YWCA. She holds a B.S. in Finance from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Jack D. Hidary built his career as an entrepreneur in the finance and technology sectors and is currently focused on clean energy technology and policy.
In April 2009, the Hidary Group bought the majority interest from JP Morgan in Primary Insight
Jack D. Hidary built his career as an entrepreneur in the finance and technology sectors and is currently focused on clean energy technology and policy.
Hidary co-founded and served as President and CEO of EarthWeb/Dice. He raised three private rounds of equity and completed a record breaking IPO. Under Hidary's leadership, EarthWeb/Dice earned the
prestigious Business Week Info Tech 100 award as the third fastest growing IT Company. Dice.com is currently traded on the NYSE under ticker DHX.
Committed to community and philanthropic causes, Hidary has received several industry and community awards as well as being recognized as a Global Leader of Tomorrow at the WEF, Davos. Hidary is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and of the Clinton Global Initiative.
Hidary has been particularly involved in issues of energy and transportation.
Jack serves on the board for the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) www.nrel.gov
Hidary is founder and Chairman of National Lab Network www.nationallabnetwork.org - a platform which connects K-12 students with working scientists and techies for hands-on learning.
Hidary studied philosophy and neuroscience at
positron emission tomography (PET) and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) to study brain and disease states.
Hidary serves on several boards including BT Global Services
(www.btglobalservices.com) and Trickle Up (www.trickleup.org). A frequent keynote speaker, Hidary has presented at venues including the business schools of Yale and
Mobile Power for Active Lives
High Tide is dedicated to providing access to mobile energy in an environmentally responsible manner. We make bicycle-mounted generators and batteries to easily and efficiently harvest high amounts of energy. Just 3 miles of riding can makes 5 watt-hours, enough juice to fully charge a cellphone.
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High Tide's mission is to promote a green lifestyle in which consumer create all their own mobile power. Our goal is to become the defacto performance standard for motors and generators in the consumer space. We also support philanthropic causes in the world where our power generation technologies can make a huge difference.Our latest product offering is the bicycle-mounted RollerGen Power System. It includes a high-output human-powered generator, a high-capacity rechargeable battery pack, and a bike rack which mounts everything. It easily powers all your mobile electronics (cellphones, GPS, MP3, lights, radios, netbooks, etc) and enables you to go off-the-grid with truly green power.Come see us and let us Cycle Your Power!