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Global Sponsors / Partners

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Woody Harrelson and Laura Louie's VoiceYourself Website.

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At Clif Bar Inc., we're committed to people's health and the environment. We want to make sure the way we do business helps sustain the natural resources and communities that we depend on. That's why we're working to reduce our ecological footprint in everything we do, from the field to the final product.

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Free The Planet!
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Free The Planet!'s mission is to expand and strengthen the student environmental movement, provide resources for student activists, and work with students to win campaigns for strong environmental protections. FTP! works on campaigns to protect wilderness, stop global warming, protect the environment and public health from genetically engineered organisms, promote trade that's green and fair, make campuses more sustainable and protect the environment and public health from toxic chemicals.

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Oregon’s largest and fastest growing medical marijuana resource forum, consisting of registered OMMP patients and caregivers as well as interested parties.

Learn more about Oregon Green Free at http://oregongreenfree.org/index.php.

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The Ecology Center is a membership organization providing environmental information and direct services to promote sustainable living and a healthy, socially just world. Please support this community resource for the environment by becoming a member or making a donation.


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EarthSave Chicago
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EarthSave Chicago is a chapter of EarthSave International, which promotes healthy food choices for people and the planet. EarthSave educates, inspires and empowers people to shift toward a plant-based diet and to take compassionate action for all life on earth.


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Washington D.C.

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Circle Yoga/Budding Yogis
5615 39th Street, NW

Center offers a variety of classes and workshops including Anusara, Hatha, Gentle, Prenatal, and Senior Yoga.

Yoga classes, workshops and parties for kids of all ages through teenagers and adults as well as special classes that allow family members to practice yoga together.


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DC Yoga
1635 Connecticut Ave. NW

Daily group classes, workshops, teacher training, retreats and corporate sessions available.


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Unity Woods
Locations in Bethesda, Woodley Park, Arlington, & Tenleytown

Yoga classes and workshops for all levels and ages in the Iyengar tradition. Special classes for breathing, pregnancy, seniors and kids.


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Tranquil Space

2024 P Street, NW

Vinyasa hatha yoga studio offers daily classes, workshops, retreats, teacher training, online store, and monthly newsletter.


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18th and Yoga

1774 Columbia Rd. Nw & 115 U Street NW

Helping D.C. breathe. Offers dynamic and creative classes in yoga, dance, and meditative arts for every body.

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Compassion Over Killing

Working to end animal abuse, COK primarily focuses on cruelty to animals in agriculture and promotes vegetarian eating as a way to build a kinder world for all of us, both human and nonhuman.


Java Green

Offering vegetarian and friendly vegan cuisine, JAVA GREEN is a local weekday favorite. Owner DJ Kim runs his cafe with social and environmental justice in mind and is a frequent supporter of D.C. and national vegetarian and peace groups.

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Community Harvest DC

Community Harvest was founded in February, 1997 on the belief that ALL people should have access to good, healthy food, regardless of one’s neighborhood or income level. Community Harvest’s mission is to create a locally rooted, sustainable food system that meets the needs of both underserved communities and small farmers in the Washington, DC region.