Past Sponsors

  • Nurseries-Plants & Trees, Nursery-Wholesale & Growers, Garden Center, Landscape Contractor, Landscaping & Lawn Service, Nursery & Grower Equipment & Supplies.

  • Since its inception in 1987, Earthwise Excavation has built a reputation for service, innovation and workmanship. We also strive to follow the path of an evolutionary corporation with sustainable business practices, employee ownership and community & philanthropic involvement. We offer a full range of excavation services.

  • Wolf Camp and the Wolf College run summer youth camps and career certification programs with the highest quality teachers and most diverse outdoor curriculum in the field. Wolf Camp and the Conservation College facilitate transformational outdoor experiences and empower participants with the skills and wisdom to competently and intimately connect with the natural world.

  • Stone Soup Gardens is a full service edible landscaping company specializing in beautiful sustainable gardens, connecting folks to their environment and their food.

  • Wallyworks is a small locally-serving building company. They build primarily within a three-mile radius to foster local community and conserve resources, projects that are beautiful and help meet the community’s need for shelter that is energy-efficient, sensible and comfortable.

    Port Townsend, 
  • Seeking to uphold the health of our community and world, the Port Townsend Food Co-op, a consumer co-operative, serves its membership by making available reasonably priced whole foods and other basic goods and resources by means of its life-affirming, democratic organization.

    Port Townsend, 
  • Plants to the People! Founded in 1994 by Jim Gilbert, One Green World has been growing and delivering unique edible plants across the country for over 20 years. It is still a family-owned business with a store located in SE Portland. OGW ships their edible plants across the US including Alaska and Hawaii. One Green World has the highest standards of quality for both our plants and the customer's experience. One Green World and our growing partner Northwoods Nursery, have introduced many new and unique fruiting plants to US gardeners.

  • Since 1972, Raintree Nursery has been supplying flavorful, disease resistant fruit varieties to backyard gardeners. Unlike most mail order fruit nurseries who choose their varieties for the commercial grower, Raintree selects fruit varieties for flavor and ease of growing, with the backyard gardener in mind.

  • Natural Living Solutions is a hubwebsite started by Robin Lee and Wayne Medrud, as a place to share what they consider some of the best solutions for maintaining a comfortable modern lifestyle while protecting and preserving the resources of our planet for future generations.

  • Local 20/20, an all-volunteer grassroots organization located in East Jefferson County, WA, is dedicated to promoting self-reliance, sustainability and resiliency at a community level… moving us toward a lighter environmental footprint and a greater capacity to adapt to the challenges of climate change, peak oil and economic instability.

  • Finnriver is an organic family farm and an artisan cidery producing handcrafted hard ciders and fruit wines on over 80 acres along a restored salmon stream in the Chimacum Valley, south of Port Townsend on the north Olympic Peninsula of Washington.

  • INSIDE PASSAGE is a specialty seed service featuring the native and naturalized flora of the coastal Cascadian Bioregion. The Inside Passage is the name given to protected interior-coastal waterways between Washington's Puget Sound and Alaska's Icy Strait (Glacier Bay). The purpose of INSIDE PASSAGE is to provide a generous selection of seed-bearing species that are found along the Inside Passage and its tributaries, together with literature, skills and services that foster appreciation for the wise use of those species.

    FOREST SHOMER began saving seeds in 1969, and has been a full-time independent professional seedman since 1973. He founded and directed the nonprofit Abundant Life Seed Foundation, producing and distributing up to 600 types of seeds of open-pollinated vegetables, herbs and flowers, along with Northwest native species. Since 1992, he has owned and operated Inside Passage Seeds, listing 200 seeds of NW native tree, shrub, wildflower and grass species of the coastal Northwest from SE Alaska to northern California. Beginning in 1974, he has regularly given workshops on seed-saving and related issues of genetic diversity, more than 200 presentations in all. He gave the keynote address for the 2012 Northwest Permaculture Convergence at Fort Flagler, as well as for the Regenerations Seed and Plant Exchange (Kilauea, Kauai). More recently he has participated in and facilitated programs for the Hawaii Public Seed Initiative.

    Port Townsend, 
  • Wolf Camp and the Conservation College run summer youth camps and career certification programs with the highest quality teachers and most diverse outdoor curriculum in the field. Wolf Camp and the Conservation College are transformational outdoor experiences.  We will empower participants with the skills and wisdom to competently and intimately connect with the natural world.

    Charlie Borrowman and Sarah Inskeep, lead instructors for Wolf Camp and the Conservation College, will be sharing wilderness skills at their booth on Saturday, including wild edible foods, herbal medicines, animal tracking, subsistence fishing rigs, fire by friction, traditional crafts demonstrations like brain-tanned hides, and quick bows/arrows, and more.

  • EarthSystemsNW is committed to making a difference in their community. They offer innovative and economical ideas for conserving and harnessing our most vital resource: water.

  • A regionally accredited, globally respected institution of natural health arts and sciences, Bastyr University is improving the planet through innovative education, research and clinical service.

  • Burnt Ridge Nursery and Orchards is a family-owned farm, in business since 1980. Our 21-acre, certified organic, fruit and nut orchard and vineyard is located in the foothills of the Cascade mountains with a beautiful view of Mount St. Helens. Our mail order nursery specializes in unusual and disease resistant trees, vines, and shrubs that produce edible nuts or fruits. We also have a large selection of Northwest native plants and ornamental and useful landscape trees.

  • Jeanmarie Morelli’s Sustainable Garden Design includes landscape designing, garden consulting, and coaching to empower people of Jefferson County to create ecological and edible landscape gardens.

    Featuring hand–drawn landscape plans based on determining the client’s dreams and needs along with my knowledge of ecological principles and design aesthetics.

    Sustainable landscapes
    Native Plants in harmony with environment
    Edible landscapes & attractive kitchen gardens
    Drought tolerant plants
    Respect for water in the rainshadow of the Olympic Mountains

    Jeanmarie Morelli has enjoyed a 35-year career in ecological horticulture and sustainable agriculture. This background includes running Rainshadow Gardens in PT for 20 years, writing a gardening column in the Port Townsend Leader for seven years, and earning a Permaculture Design Certificate from Oregon State University in winter of 2015.Other permaculture experience includes a month-long workshop in Oaxaca in 1993 with Ianto Evans, and assisting in a wildcrafting workshop with Michael Pilarski and Penny Livingston in 1996. Jeanmarie also taught organic gardening at UCSC Farm and Garden for 4 years in the mid-1980’s and had a market garden in Missouri. In addition, Jeanmarie has taught workshops and courses on landscape design, ethnobotany, garden design for bird habitat, fruit tree pruning, herb cultivation, seed saving, insect identification and pest management.

    Port Townsend, 
  • Fungi Perfecti, LLC is a family-owned business dedicated to promoting the cultivation of high quality gourmet and medicinal mushrooms. In business since 1980, we have been instrumental in developing new technologies and markets for gourmet mushrooms throughout the world.

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  • Eugene, 
  • Lost Valley is a learning center, educating youth and adults in the practical application of sustainable living skills.   Lost Valley takes a holistic approach to sustainability education, engaging students in ecological, social, and personal growth.

  • The Extraenvironmentalist is a way of thinking.

    It is also a podcast, blog and video series that explores the mindset of an outsider looking in on Earth. Such an outsider would be immediately struck by how unsustainable our social, environmental and economic systems are and would promote awareness of this problem while proposing alternatives.

    North Carolina
  • 100 Fires carries books which have something to do with that mysterious thing called social change-- Books that honestly and compassionately describe the world and help the reader to understand root causes of problems-- and honest solutions that aren't just bandaids. Whether you're interested in books about feminism or wilderness protection or challenging corporate rule or eco-forestry or labor rights or urban planning — chances are, 100 Fires has one of the most comprehensive selections you will ever encounter.

  • Since 1984, Chelsea Green has been the publishing leader for books on the politics and practice of sustainable living. In addition to publishing their own books, Chelsea Green offers a helping hand to smaller publishers and those based overseas to bring their books to a wider audience.

  • B Street Living Museum serves as an outdoor environment for place-based, experiential, interdisciplinary and integrative learning; an interpretive entry point to surrounding natural areas; a nexus between Pacific University and broader Forest Grove community and a partner for civic change.

  • Established in 1991, L-Bar-T Ranch started as a hobby and has grown into a thriving business. Their bison herd usually averages 15 animals. Their animals are grain fed from the time they are old enough to eat. Bison bulls are butchered before they reach two years of age, to make sure the customer is getting the tenderest cuts of meat for steaks and roasts. L bar t bison ranch sells meat year round.