Green Festival Exhibitors
Conservation & Recycling
Exhibitors are companies that have have passed the Green America screening process for leadership in social and environmental responsibility and have earned the Green America Seal of Approval for their commitment. Focused on business as a tool for positive change, these values-driven, green business leaders are committed to sustainable practices. To learn more about the screening process, click here.
Furniture and accessories from locally reclaimed exotic woods.
Author & inspirer of creative re-designs via textile recycling
Bamboo towels/pillows/brooms/reusable kitchen items
New Cash Free Shopping Concept: Women Swap Instead of Shop
What if there was a boutique where you could exchange your too-skinny skinny jeans for a barely-used Marc Jacobs handbag—without spending a dime?
At the newly opened LA boutique, Give + Take, a girl can do just that. Give + Take is the first of its kind “swap boutique,” introducing a revolutionary, green shopping concept: pay by the month, not per item. A hybrid between informal clothing swaps and a traditional second-hand boutique, women exchange their previously loved designer clothing, shoes and accessories for merchandise in the store—all collected from other women with designer duds to trade.
For $25 - $55.00 (depending on plan you choose) a month, women bring in their previously loved clothing, are awarded points based upon the value (a $200 dress is worth $200 in points), and then can spend those points in the boutique—all at once or over multiple visits. The flat monthly membership fee allows women to exchange as much and as often as they would like without losing the value of their clothing.
Without the threat of losing value, women have incentive to move underused clothing out of the backs of their closets and into usable circulation once again—recycling and diminishing the need for new purchases. In fact, because this shopping model offers such amazing value—even fashionistas without an environmental conscience behave like eco-chicks!
It isn’t just shopping in our own closets—it’s literally shopping in the closets of hundreds of fashion-savvy women!
Offering stainless steel solutions to single use items
"The Original" Steel Bottle, Klean Kanteen is a Certified B Corp, family owned and operated in Chico, CA. In 2004, Klean Kanteen introduced the first hydration bottle made from stainless steel to give people a safe, healthy alternative to plastic. Our commitment to you and the planet drives everything we do. From our stainless steel creations to the company we keep, we are committed to the task of making healthy, high-quality goods that will faithfully replace a lifetime of single-use items.
With 9,200 employees and a $4 billion annual operating budget, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power serves over 4 million residents in the City of Los Angeles. LADWP’s Water and Power systems are charged with providing consistently safe, affordable and reliable service on a daily basis, while planning for a clean, sustainable future for Los Angeles. Today each system is undergoing major transformation of historic proportions. LADWP is the nation's largest municipal utility.
Los Angeles includes government, residents, business, recreation and tourism and online services.
Technology producing clean healthy vital water w/ no maintenance
Makers of Glu6: The Glue Made From RECYCLED STYROFOAM.
Glu6 is The Glue That Saves Planet Earth, made from recycled styrofoam waste and all-natrual ingredients (Patent Pending). Nine Lives Products manufactures the Glu6 line of products in Martinez, California, and is proud to be Made in USA. We collect waste styrofoam from local businesses and refuse authorities committed to eliminating stryrofoam from our waste stream. The non-toxic glue is perfect for home repair, DIY, household, art/crafts, and school projects.
Environmentally friendly $ sustainable home improvement
Ocean conservation nonprofit protecting ocean wildlife worldwide!