Green Festival Exhibitors
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.
Architects designing more sustainable communities
Helping Fur-Bearing Animals & Animal Protection Groups Worldwide
Building a more just & sustainable local food system in Wash. DC
Advocating for nuclear-free, sustainable,democratic energy future
Protecting Our Health & Environment with Organic & Sustainable Ag
The DC VegFest (September 28th) aims to highlight how easy and delicious it is to choose vegetarian foods in and around the nation’s capital. Founded by the Vegetarian Society of DC in 1997 as VegFest DC, Compassion Over Killing is proud to continue hosting this free festival celebrating the city’s diverse palate for animal-friendly cuisine and the many benefits of a plant-based diet. Featuring speakers, cooking demonstrations, free food samples, dozens of exhibitors, commercial vendors, and area food vendors, the DC VegFest has something for everyone to enjoy!
A Buddhist conservation group focused on ecological restoration.
Founded in 1997, the Earth Sangha is a nonprofit public charity based in the Washington, DC area and is committed to practical environmental action as an expression of the Buddhist way of life. (Sangha is a Buddhist term for congregation or community.) We work in the spirit of Buddhist practice, but our members and volunteers come from a wide variety of religious and secular backgrounds. In the Washington area, we operate an ecological restoration program to restore native forests and meadows, stabilize streams, and control invasive alien plants. We also work with local schools on environmental education and schoolyard greening projects. All of our DC-area work is designed for public participation, as a venue for environmental education. In the Dominican Republic, we operate the Tree Bank Hispaniola, an agroforestry program designed to improve the lives of farmers along the central-northern reach of the Dominican Republic-Haiti border, and to restore the region's native forests.
In addition to environmental work, we host weekly meditationsessions in Alexandria, Virginia, along with discussions of the Dharma (the traditional Buddhist teachings). These sessions are free and open to all.
Sustainable development, community empowerment, direct trade.
A network united to save America's endangered plants & animals
A non-profit consumer organization that works to ensure clean water and safe food. We challenge the corporate control and abuse of our food and water resources by empowering people to take action and by transforming the public consciousness about what we eat and drink.
FRESHFARM Markets is a non-profit organization whose mission is to build and strengthen the local, sustainable food movement in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. We do this by operating producer-only farmers markets that provide vital economic opportunities for local farmers and artisanal producers, and innovative outreach programs that educate the public about food and related environmental issues
Learn how to break up with your mega-bank and bank for the 99%.
Learn about this campaign for clean energy & energy efficiency!
Pushing companies to remove GMOs from their products!
Provides affordable housing, major & minor home repair & ReStore
Building a better community through homeownership
Area congregations of all faiths, responding to climate change.
Educating public of problems with smart meters & how to opt out
Non-profit promoting solar energy in DC: Solar Tour is Oct. 5-6
PMTI offers seated massage & info about massage therapy training
Sustainable DC Featured
In just one generation—20 years—the District of Columbia will be the healthiest, greenest, and most livable city in the United States. An international destination for people and investment, the District will be a model of innovative policies and practices that improve quality of life and economic opportunity. We will demonstrate how enhancing our natural and built environments, investing in a diverse clean economy, and reducing disparities among residents can create an educated, equitable and prosperous society.
Promote compassionate and respectful treatment of domestic fowl
Dedicated to increasing the consumption of healthful food
Education for the public and the profession
Education,resources and action for peace and justice in D.C.
Wholeness for Humanity (WFH) Popular
Building Working Relationships thru Community: Environment