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FREE BIKE VALET LOCAL FOOD & FARMING HEALTHY FOOD COURT BEER & WINE GARDEN OVER 250 ExHIBITORS

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ENERGY LEADERSHIP LECTURE SERIES

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Confronting Climate Change: A POLITICAL REALITY CHECK

MAY 6, 2014 5:00 PM Pollock Theater

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Please join NextGen Climate Founder and President Tom Steyer for a discussion about the urgency and complexity of mitigating climate change. As a national leader in this space, Steyer will address the intersection of technology and renewable energy, policy, and politics in effecting change on this issu critical issue.

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LIVE GREEN

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PLEDGE TO ACT

Where: CEC booth on west side of festival near Santa Barbara & Sola

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BRING THE KIDS

Where: Kids Corner along Sola next to Food Court

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Where: Free Bike Valet near corner of Micheltorena & Anacapa

Where: Public Square along Anacapa between Micheltorena & Sola

Where: Sports & Recreation along Sola between Anacapa & Santa Barbara

Where: Eco Marketplace & Meet Your Makers on west side of festival along Santa Barbara

Where: Green Car Show on Santa Barbara

Where: Live Green on east side of festival along Santa Barbara

Where: Food Court & Homegrown Roots at corner of Santa Barbara & Sola

Where: CEC booth on west side of festival near Santa Barbara & Sola

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Where: Free Bike Valet near corner of Micheltorena & Anacapa

Bike, walk, jog, skateboard, take the bus or train – just ditch the car. When you do, an Earth Day greeter at any entrance will reward you with a Raw Revolution organic, gluten-free bar. Register for more Drive Less prizes at the Santa Barbara Car Free Check In.

DRIVE LESS

CAR FREE DAILY PRIZES

• Amtrak Pacific Surfliner tickets • Best Western Plus Pepper Tree Inn one night stay in Santa Barbara • SB Botanic Garden Family Four Packs • SB Zoo Family Four Packs • MTD 10-ride passes • SB Maritime Museum passes • Full day on a pair of beach cruisers or mountain bikes from Wheel Fun Rentals

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SUNDAY’S GRAND PRIZE:

Amtrak Coast Starlight® round-trip for two to Portland or Seattle – accommodations, meals, and amazing views included

BIKES and gear are in good hands at the Citrix-supported SB BIKE VALET, where every cyclist is treated like a VIP.

BUS in from all parts of town to MTD’s transit center, five short blocks from Earth Day. Visit www.SBMTD.gov or call 805-963-3366 for routes and schedules.

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TAKE THE TRAIN if you’re an out-of-towner. Score a 20% discount on the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner® from www.SantaBarbaraCarFree.org*, then call 1-800-USA-RAIL or visit www.Amtrak.com for schedules.

* Santa Barbara Car Free is a cooperative project founded and led by Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District

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GROW COMMUNITY

Where: Public Square along Anacapa between Micheltorena & Sola

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ELECTED OFFICIALS SCHEDULE: Get involved at a grassroots level in PUBLIC SQUARE. Connect with dozens of visionary organizations and agencies on the issues that move you: conserving resources, reducing pollution, advocating for animals, planning communities. Feel like taking your involvement to the next level? Have a one-on-one conversation with your representatives at the Elected Officials Booth during public office hours. Now's your chance… help action take root in your community!

SATURDAY: 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm

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GET PHYSICAL

Janet Wolf S.B. County Supervisor Salud Carbajal S.B. County Supervisor Bendy White S.B. City Councilmember Jim Farr Goleta City Councilmember Doreen Farr S.B. County Supervisor Das Williams CA State Assemblymember

SUNDAY: 12pm Hannah-Beth Jackson State Senator 1pm Paula Perotte Goleta Mayor Pro Tempore 4pm Cathy Murillo S.B. City Councilmember

Where: Sports & Recreation along Sola between Anacapa & Santa Barbara

Wondering how to take advantage of Santa Barbara’s ideal climate, gorgeous coastline, and accessible mountains? Find out how these add up to year-round recreation opportunities for visitors and residents alike at SPORTS & RECREATION. Plug into fitness communities, foster a love of nature, or learn about efforts to preserve and protect the ocean and its inhabitants. Eco-conscious sporting and outdoor companies showcase gear and activities that will make you feel good about getting out to explore the world we’re preserving.

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SHOP LOCAL

Where: Eco Marketplace & Meet Your Makers on west side of festival along Santa Barbara

Minimize your impact on the environment and help sustainable companies grow at the ECO MARKETPLACE. Organic and upcycled fashion wear, natural soaps, stainless steel bottles and cups, electric bikes, and solarpowered LED lights all help you take care of material needs in eco-friendly ways. Natural remedies and organic seeds for the garden help nurture your body, while progressive organizations let you nourish your soul by supporting micro-business and conservation efforts.

DITCH PLASTIC

Check out the environmentally savvy goods being created in your own back yard at Earth Day’s debut MEET YOUR MAKERS gathering. Get decked out in redesigned vintage clothes, write to your eco-heart’s content with tree-free paper, stock up on day-to-day needs with artisanal soaps and hand-carved wood, and discover other one-of-akind finds, all direct from the regionally based hands that crafted them. 9

Congratulations Certified Clean Creeks Businesses! Join the City of Santa Barbara in thanking the following Certified Clean Creeks Businesses, for taking important steps to protect our local creek and ocean water quality! Restaurants & Caterers The 805 Deli 135 E. Carrillo Street Adama 428 Chapala Street Alchemy Cafe 35 W. Haley Street Aldo’s Italian Restaurant 1031 State Street Arigato Sushi 1225 State Street Backyard Bowls 331 Motor Way 3849 State Street

D’Vine Cafe 205 W. Canon Perdido

Milk & Honey Tapas 30 W. Anapamu Street

Sojourner Café 134 E. Canon Perdido

Cory Motors (805) 965-4581

Tire Pros (805) 963-8977

El Paseo Restaurant 813 Anacapa Street

Muddy Waters Café 508 E. Haley Street

South Coast Deli 10 E. Carrillo Street

The Engine Company (805) 965-6789

Enterprise Fish Co. 225 State Street

Natural Café 361 Hitchcock Way 508 State Street

Stanton’s Gourmet Catering (805) 965-4441

Fast Lane Oil Change (805) 962-8735

Under the Hood Automotive (805) 962-9699

Our Daily Bread 2700 De La Vina Street

Starbucks Coffee 1046 Coast Village Road 1235 State Street 1990 Cliff Drive 208 W. Carrillo Street 3815 State Street 3957 State Street 539 State Street 800 State Street

Higgins Muffler & Brake (805) 564-1033

Esau’s Cafe 721 Chapala Street the French Press 1101 State Street 528 Anacapa Street Fresco Café 3987-B State Street

The Palace Grill 8 E. Cota Street

Giovanni’s Pizza 1905 Cliff Drive 3020 State Street

Panino 1014 Coast Village Road 834 Santa Barbara Street

The Good Cup 1819 Cliff Drive 918 State Street

Paradise Café 702 Anacapa Street

Blenders in the Grass 1046-F Coast Village Road 315-J Meigs Road 3973 State Street 720 State Street

Handlebar Coffee Roasters 128 E. Canon Perdido #A

Blue Agave 20 E. Cota Street

The Harbor Restaurant 210 Stearns Wharf

The Brewhouse 229 W. Montecito Street

Jack’s Bistro & Famous Bagels 53 S. Milpas Street

The Burger Bus theburgerbus.com

Jeannine’s Bakery 15 E. Figueroa Street

California Pizza Kitchen 719 Paseo Nuevo

Joe’s Café 536 State Street

Casa Blanca 330 State Street Chuck’s of Hawaii 3888 State Street

Pace 413 State Street

Juice Ranch 33 Parker Way Little Alex’s 1024 Coast Village Road

Chuck’s Waterfront Grill 113 Harbor Way

Los Arroyos 1280 Coast Village Road 14 W. Figueroa Street

Cielito Taqueria 1114 State Street

Louie’s California Bistro 1404 De La Vina Street

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf 811 State Street

Mackenzie Market & Deli 3102 State Street

Coffee Cat 1201 Anacapa Street

Peet’s Coffee & Tea 1131 State Street 3905 State Street Pierre Lafond Wine Bistro 516 State Street Pinkberry 742 State Street Pizza Mizza 104 S. Hope Avenue Pressed Juicery 1024 Coast Village Road Rockin’ Yogurt 620 State Street Roy 7 W. Carillo Street Rusty’s Pizza 232 W. Carrillo Street 3731 State Street

Super Cucas 626 W. Micheltorena Taffy’s Pizza 2026 De La Vina Street The Shop Café 730 N. Milpas Street Three Pickles 126 E. Canon Perdido Via Maestra 42 3343 State Street Wahoo’s Fish Tacos 511 State Street Whole Foods Market 3761 State Street Yogurtland 621 State Street

Automotive Businesses A’s Automotive (805) 963-8243

Sambo’s Restaurant 216 W. Cabrillo Blvd.

Authohaus Salzburg (805) 884-9915

SBB Gourmet Catering 1917 De La Vina Street

Ayers Automotive (805) 962-7316

Marmalade Café 3825 State Street #E149

Shalhoob’s Restaurant Jill’s Place 632 Santa Barbara Street

Blanquette Automotive (805) 963-3883

Derf’s Café 2000 De La Vina Street

McConnell’s Ice Cream 201 W. Mission Street

Shoreline Beach Café 801 Shoreline Drive

Duo Catering & Events 614 E. Haley Street

Meun Fan Thai Café 1819 Cliff Drive

Silvergreens 791 Chapala Street

Haik’s German Authohaus (805) 965-0975

HP Autowerks (805) 966-3200 Imported Auto Service (805) 965-6142 International Autohaus (805) 965-8012 Jess Union Services (805) 965-1629 Lang Motors (805) 965-5671

Mobile Washers A & A Window Cleaning (951) 522-1762 Aficionauto Mobile Detailing (805) 705-5197 The Auto Detailing Teacher (805) 448-5132 Car Wash Coming Mobile Detail (805) 746-4167 Evershade (805) 962-9700

Lara Auto Repair (805) 963-1096

Francisco’s Mobile Detailing (805) 729-6367

Moto Loco (805) 899-2453

Holguin’s Detail (805) 453-5728

Muller & Goss (805) 962-1613

Impeccable Image (805) 679-3267

Munoz’s Automotive Repair (805) 963-1121

JC’s Auto Detailing (805) 452-8361

Powell Garage (805) 962-6163

Mobile Car Wash Guy (805) 708-4176

Precision Autobody (805) 963-3993

Pacific Coast Powerwash (805) 455-1537

Richard’s Accurate Import Service (805) 962-1741

Perfection Detail (805) 617-5608

Schneider Autohaus (805) 962-8015

Quality Wash and Detail (805) 570-1076

Smog-It (805) 564-4948

SB Pressure Washing (805) 896-5433

Bowman’s Auto Repair (805) 965-5051

Superior Brake & Alignment (805) 962-1417

SB WaterWorks (805) 884-0215

Clark Motors (805) 966-3649

SwedeMasters (805) 962-6633

Treat the Leak (805) 896-1864

Visit www.sbcreeks.com or call (805) 897-2658 to learn more about our Business Programs, including how to get your business certified and receive free equipment to help protect water quality! 10

Earth Day 2014

ONE WITH NATURE Beautiful clean. Beautiful planet. Beautiful you.

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At Ablitt’s, we use the GreenEarth Cleaning system. It’s environmentally non-toxic, exceptionally gentle, and petroleum free. Cleaning the GreenEarth way means we use less detergent, less energy, and less water, with no hazardous waste.

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Open Air Bicycles NEW LOWER BIKE PRICING!!!

Travel on Amtrak this summer and rediscover family time. Kids ages 2-12 travel for 50% off the adult fare. The Coast Starlight and Pacific Surfliner provide daily service from Santa Barbara. ®

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Visit Amtrak.com or call 1-800-USA-RAIL. Fares, routes, schedules are subject to change without notice. Children ages 2 through 12 receive a 50% discount on most Amtrak rail fares, all year long, when accompanied by at least one person paying a regular full adult rail fare. Up to two children’s discounts are permitted in conjunction with each adult traveler. Amtrak, Coast Starlight, Enjoy the journey, and Pacific Surfliner are registered service marks of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation.

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HELP GROW YOUR LOCAL ECONOMY Support local green certified businesses. These businesses have achieved certification from the Green Business Program of Santa Barbara County – going above and beyond required measures to save resources, prevent pollution, and make our community a better place to live. Visit our website for a current list of certified businesses and learn how a local business becomes a certified Green Business. Many thanks to our Business Assistance Fund Champion Sponsors:

www.greenbizsbc.org 805.705.1686

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See & Hear America’s Health Crusader

Dr. Patricia Bragg

2 FREE HEALTH LECTURES earth Day • sun april 27 – 2 pm Alameda Park • Root Garden Stage

FREE BRAGG BAG at BRAGG BOOTH Sat & Sun

• Learn how to achieve optimal health & wellness • Discover foods that will keep you healthy & youthful • Learn about how to increase your energy naturally • Learn to control weight, blood pressure & cholesterol

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“I give thanks for my simple, easy-to-follow Bragg Health Program. You make my days Healthy!” – Clint Eastwood, Bragg Follower 55 years

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Pioneer Health Crusader Health Educator, Author YouTube.com/PatriciaBragg

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Be the Difference.

Master of Education (MEd) Teacher Credentialing

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (MA) Healthy Aging, Latino Mental Health

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD)

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Antioch University is a not-for-profit private institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

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Antioch University Santa Barbara empowers its students to be the difference – to use their knowledge and skills to advance social, economic, and environmental justice for the common good. Visit us at the Earth Day Festival, booth #104

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CHOOSE ELECTRIC

Where: Green Car Show on Santa Barbara

If you have to drive, drive clean. Explore the vast array of possibilities at the GREEN CAR SHOW, the largest collection of alternative-fueled vehicles between Los Angeles and San Francisco. See the latest electric, hybrid, and alt-fuel cars, and talk to people who have made the switch at the “Owner’s Corner,” featuring the Tesla Model S, the Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt, and more!

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Location: Corner of Micheltorena and Santa Barbara. Ready to drive the future? Get to RIDE & DRIVE! Take a spin in the luxurious Tesla Model S, cruise around in spunky favorites like the Chevy Volt or Nissan LEAF, or go more full size with the Toyota RAV4 EV, the first all-electric SUV on the market. Whichever your pick, you’ll get a cutting-edge vehicle with an equivalent of 100 mpg that produces zero tail-pipe emissions and reduces greenhouse gas pollution by 75%. Hybrids from Toyota will also be available. Get there early at the RIDE & DRIVE area!

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LIVE GREEN

Where: Live Green on east side of festival along Santa Barbara

Dedicated to conserving water? Intrigued by the concept of lower energy bills? Find out how to turn your home into a sustainable haven at LIVE GREEN. See what solar energy services and solar panels have to offer, get the inside scoop on insulation and green building, and chat with the Santa Barbara Master Gardeners to gain insight on drought-tolerant landscaping.

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Visit the Toyota Ride & Drive Booth!

Test drive the new 2014 RAV4 EV, 2014 Highlander Hybrid and the 2014 Prius!

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Toyota of Santa Barbara

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Toyota of Santa Maria

Toyota San Luis Obispo

5611 Hollister Ave Goleta, CA 93117 805-967-5611

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6360 Auto Center Drive Ventura, CA 93003 805-650-0510

1631 Auto Center Drive Oxnard, CA 93030 805-988-2300

700 E. Betteravia Santa Maria, CA 93454 805-928-3881

12350 Los Osos Valley Rd. San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 805-543-7001

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Where: Food Court & Homegrown Roots at corner of Santa Barbara & Sola

FOOD COURT Location: East side of festival at corner of Santa Barbara & Sola Checking out all that Earth Day has to offer can work up quite an appetite. We searched high and low–but not so far and wide–to find local, sustainable food vendors offering up healthy menus. Artichoke Connection

Steamed, fried & marinated artichokes Nimita's Indian Cuisine Indian curry, dal & chutney California Corn Roast Roasted corn & baked potatoes SB Popcorn Sweet & savory popcorn California Wood Fired Pizza McConnell's Ice Cream Imlak'esh Conscious Kombucha

Baked pizza & fresh salads Ice cream & sorbet Smoothies, salads & super foods Fermented probiotic tea

Electric Lemonade

4 unique & delicious flavors of lemonade Georgia's Smokehouse BBQ, burgers & sides Green Star Coffee Locally roasted coffee (Located across from beer garden)

EAT LOCAL

Vegan/Vegetarian/Organic/Non-GMO Vegan/Vegetarian/Gluten Free/Raw Vegetarian/Non-GMO Vegan/Vegetarian/Gluten Free/ Non-GMO/Organic Vegetarian Gluten Free/Organic Vegan/Vegetarian/Raw/Gluten Free/ Non-GMO/Organic Vegan/Vegetarian/Raw/Gluten Free/ Non-GMO/Organic Vegan/Organic/Non-GMO Vegan/Gluten Free/Paleo Vegetarian/Vegan/Gluten Free/ Non-GMO/Organic

HOMEGROWN ROOTS Location: East side of festival along Santa Barbara Bring the farm to your own table – explore our local food system and learn how you can ensure its vibrant future, from the roots up. Reel in info about seafood and get the buzz on beekeeping while connecting with local farmers, food and beverage artisans, and organizations that work to promote the bounty of Santa Barbara.

FARM-TO-TABLE DINNER Location: East side of festival along Santa Barbara When: Saturday, April 26, 7 - 9pm. Tickets: $60. This is the only activity in the park with an admission fee. Must be 21 or older. Advanced purchase only at SBEarthday.org/festival-highlights/ farm-to-table-dinner or contact Kathi King at (805) 9630583 x108 Dig in at Earth Day’s first-ever pop-up, farm-to-table dinner. Nestled in the heart of the park, you'll savor local, seasonal ingredients and a hearty vegetarian-friendly menu prepared by Jeff Olsson, Executive Chef and owner of New West Catering and Industrial Eats. Local wine, beer, and artisan treats complement a 4-course family-style feast. This exclusive meal-to-remember may sell out early, so please call in advance.

LOCAL BREWS Location: East side of festival along Micheltorena When: Saturday 11 - 7:30pm and Sunday 11 - 6pm. Enjoy live music in the shade at the BEER & WINE GARDEN • Local wines • Firestone Brewery beers • Kleen Canteen cups available 15

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PLEDGE TO ACT

Aaron commutes to work by bike and bus while his family uses one car. Biking helps him exercise and feel more mentally acute – plus, it saves money and sets an environmentally responsibly example for his two children.

I pledge to drive 10 miles less each week. Can you ride your bike to work one day a week? Or work from home? Or make fewer car trips by combining your errands? In one year you will drive 520 fewer miles, reducing CO2 emissions by the equivalent of 520 pounds a year. #driveless

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Jeff and Mandy save $245 a month in bills by driving a gas/electric Toyota Prius and an all-electric Nissan LEAF. Along with putting fewer emissions in the air, they have made an affordable, sensible family investment.

I pledge to consider an electric or hybrid car for my next car purchase. Did you know there are over 16 electric and 40 hybrid models of all shapes and sizes? Used hybrids start at under $5,000, and new electrics lease for $200/month. Going from a 25 mpg gas car to a 50 mpg hybrid reduces CO2 emissions by 6,000 pounds a year. Going to an electric car reduces CO2 emissions by the equivalent of 9,000 pounds a year. #chooseelectric

Where: CEC booth near Santa Barbar

Ley and Suzanne power the pool with solar. The seamle them a year-round way to m savings, and feel good abo

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Not ready to invest in solar dryer” – also known as a cl low-tech way to take advan sunshine. Drying two or thr every week can reduce CO2 equivalent of 200 pounds a

Stop by the Community Environmental Council booth and make a pledge to take action on one of our five major initiatives: Drive Less, Choose Electric, Go Solar, Ditch Plastic, or Eat Local. You’ll automatically be entered for the chance to win prizes that support your pledge – including a Tesla Model S rental package, a new beach cruiser, a basket of local food, and more.

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Maddie, Jesus, and Karina ditch plastic by carrying refillable water bottles. Whether at Santa Barbara High School or around town, having a bottle handy allows them to keep their bodies hydrated while eliminating waste to protect the planet.

I Pledge to use one less disposable plastic bottle and one less plastic bag every day. Carry your own water canteen and reusable bag, and this pledge should be easy! These two simple actions to use less disposable plastic will reduce CO2 emissions by the equivalent of 430 pounds a year. #ditchplastic

Georgianna joined the Eat Local challenge and learned to find food she loved locally. Farmers Markets and stores had all she needed to be an eco-friendly consumer, and introduced her to new favorites, from raw honey and sprouted almond butter to zucchini noodles and artisan cheese.

I Pledge to not eat meat, fish, or dairy one day a week. With a year-round growing climate and Farmers Markets held almost every day of the week in our region, it’s easy to create a diet that emphasizes locally grown produce and whole grains. You’ll find lots of support through efforts like Meatless Mondays and the Eat Local Challenge. Going vegetarian one day a week will reduce CO2 emissions by the equivalent of 200 pounds a year. #eatlocal

ABOUT CEC Since 1970, CEC’s mission has been to identify, advocate, raise awareness, and develop effective programs to solve the most pressing environmental issues that affect the Santa Barbara region. We are a solutions-based organization, currently focused on moving the Santa Barbara region away from fossil fuels and energy-intensive products. 17

MarBorg Industries INDUSTRY LEADER committed to sustainability

Waste and Recycling Collection

SIXTH FREE BI-ANNUAL

E-WASTE RECYCLING EVENT

Residential and Commercial Commingled and Mixed Recycling Greenwaste Recycling

FRIDAY & SATURDAY MAY 2 & 3, 8:30AM-4PM

Liquid Waste Services Restrooms, Showers, Sinks Grease Trap Services Septic Services Special Events

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Construction Services

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Roll-Offs Temporary Fencing Storage and Site Offices LEED Construction Waste

SEARS PARKING LOT IN LA CUMBRE PLAZA This free event is open to all area residents & businesses

City Trash & Recycling

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Santa Barbara Surf Adventures Surf & Water Safety Summer Camp

• June 9 - August 15 • Each Session 1 Week • Located at Leadbetter Beach

Family Tradition Since 1936 Our Commitment

As a family owned and operated business, MarBorg Industries is committed to providing the community with high quality and sustainable waste management services. We have streamlined our operations and are focused on a more sustainable future through improved waste management practices, water and energy conservation, sustainable purchasing, and pollution prevention. To augment this commitment, we have pursued and achieved certification as a Green Business through Santa Barbara County and LEED Platinum certification on our Yanonali Street headquarters building.

Santa Barbara Surf Adventures Leadbetter camp is a one week surf camp geared towards first-time and beginner surfers. All instructors have CPR and First Aid Certification. Recommended for Ages 8 years and up with basic swimming skills.

Leadbetter Camp $59 $295 Ask about 1 day and multi-camp discounts

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BRING THE KIDS

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Where: Kids Corner along Sola next to Food Court

KIDS CORNER Arts, crafts, and hands-on exploration await at KIDS CORNER. Organized by Learningden Preschool and Sprout Up, this zone engages youngsters in two full days of green fun and education: interactive and eco-educational games, recycled art creation, and fabulous music performances. Visit Sprout Up's table to turn in your Earth Day Family Passport for a prize!

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Location: Pick up at CAR FREE CHECK IN booth, across from the Bike Valet near Micheltorena and Anacapa; passport stops throughout festival Parents, get ready! Your kids are about to walk you through 8 fun and educational activities throughout the park. First, pick up the EARTH DAY FAMILY PASSPORT at the CAR FREE CHECK IN. Then explore and create your way through the festival, stopping at Explore Ecology, the Santa Barbara Beekeepers Association, the Solar Racetrack, and more! Collect a stamp at each stop; when all 8 are stamped, hand your passport in at the Sprout Up booth in KIDS CORNER to claim a canvas bag full of eco-friendly goodies! Two lucky winners will take home a special "grand prize" – a week-long summer camp with Surf Happens or Orca Camp.

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GIVE BACK

Where: CEC Booth near corner of Santa Barbara & Sola

Show your appreciation for two full days of environmentally conscious fun, including free live music, kids' activities, and demonstrations. The Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival is a main fundraising and awareness-raising event for the Community Environmental Council, an environmental leader in this region since 1970. Support CEC’s year-round work by making a donation and pledging to do simple things in your own life. While you're there, get the most up-to-date festival info on the big screens, including upcoming events and a live stream of festival-goer's Instagram photos. Plus, learn more about the planet by spinning the eco-fact wheel.

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Special Event Sunday 12 p.m. at the CEC booth: CEC founding Executive Director Paul Relis will read from his upcoming memoir, Out of the Wasteland: Stories from the Environmental Frontier. 19

SPRING CLEANING? FREE RECYCLING

OPEN YOUR HOME TO AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT!

PROVIDED BY YOUR RESOURCE RECOVERY & WASTE MANAGEMENT DIVISION OF THE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Do you have extra space in your home?

Household hours:

Host a student for 2-52 weeks

Saturday: 9 am- 3 pm Sunday: 11 am- 3 pm

SƟpend up to $220 per week

Community Hazardous Waste Collection Center

Examples of residential household hazardous waste accepted: Paints, stains, paint thinner, solvents, automotive fluids and filters, pesticides, fertilizers, cleaners, batteries, aerosols, glues, corrosives, fluorescent lighting.

UCSB Campus Mesa Road Building 565 Goleta, CA For more information call: (805) 882-3602 or visit us online at www.LessIsMore.org/hazwaste

No needles, controlled substances, electronics, or materials that are radioactive, biological, or explosive in nature.

EF InternaƟonal Language Center | 1421 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara, CA www.ef.com/sb

FREE for residents in the cities of Santa Barbara and Goleta, and in the unincorporated areas of Santa Barbara County.

Facial & Skin Rejuvenation

• Up to 15 gallons (net liquid) or 125 pounds per month. • Fee for business waste — call ahead for more info and to schedule an appointment. • Closed for major holidays and rain.

In partnership with:

Sara Joseph, RNP With over 30 years experience in Women’s Health care, 7 years in the field of Medical Aesthetics

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Laser Hair Reduction | Photo Facials | Botox and Dysport Injections Dermal Fillers | Medical and Cosmetic Eyelid Rejuvenation Call for your free consultation today

805.565.5700 1150 Coast Village Road St. H - Montecito, CA 93108

Visit Santa Barbara County’s Recycling Resource:

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Visit our website for a complete list of procedures

www.montecitoaesthetics.com

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EVENT SCHEDULE SATURDAY APRIL 26

MAINSTAGE

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11:00am

Welcome

11:00am

Voice of Reason Youth/Singer Based

11:35am

Whoolicious 2 Man Show

12:15pm

Naked Walrus Rock

1:15pm

Vincent & Vendeo Acoustic/Instrumental

2:00pm

Tommy & The High Pilots Pop

2:40pm

The Reignsmen Rock/Indie

3:45pm

Spencer The Gardener Dance/Party Mix

4:45pm

DJ Magneto DJ Spinning Fun Stuff

5:35pm

Hot Buttered Rum Americana/Bluegrass

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ROCKING

Dig the bluesy undertones of this pop, funk & rock band Jam out to a funky, rocky two-man group Driving rock-n-roll with blues influences will make people of all ages, cultures, shapes, and sizes groove Acoustic tunes bring an instrumental atmosphere to the afternoon

Earth Day 2013

Tommy & The High Pilots

Get energized by eclectic alternative rock from one of SB's hardest working bands In-your-face deliveries, grinding guitar work, and a punk-rock ethos blend into a hard-hitting & danceable show Dance along to this California indie-pop big band Dig the Earth Day jams spun by a local DJ West Coast Americana plus high-altitude bluegrass & indie folk make for a rollicking good time

Spencer The Gardener

Hot Buttered Rum

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Which Watershed would YOU rather live in?

Visit our booths at Earth Day:

IS YOUR YARD ALL WET? Over irrigating your lawnsbprojectcleanwater.org wastes water. And water runoff carries pollutants to our creeks and ocean. Clean Creeks Visit sbcreeks.com H EA LT H Y B E AC H E S to learn more. C I T Y O F S A N TA B A R B A R A

sbcreeks.com Funded by hotel visitors through Measure B.

sbcreeks.com

Protect our ocean! Keep litter and pollutants out of streets & creeks! Universal Peace Organization

Civil Participation • Service Learning • Education Assistance

Find UPO at SB Earth Day JOIN the UPO Tree Raffle ~ Global Art Projects & Eco-Art Activities

UPO National Arbor Day Celebration at Washington School Class of 2013 Tree Dedication

In Honor of School Receptionist

Rosa Cavaletto

universalpeaceorg.com • 805.957.1936

Building Green Homes & Businesses in Santa Barbara for Over 30 Years. Visit our booth at the

Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival April 26 & 27 at Alameda Park in the “Live Green” section

(805) 884-8777

www.dennisallenassociates.com

General Contractor License # 503300

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Now Open

(805) 322-8850

500 N Milpas St. Santa Barbara, CA 93103

(corner of Haley)

7 days 9am-10pm $10 off first visit on a 1hr massage! www.ZenMassagePlace.com

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EVENT SCHEDULE SUNDAY APRIL 27

MAINSTAGE 11:00am

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Divinitree Yoga Class

1:00pm

Vibes Xylophone

1:30pm

The Kicks Reggae

2:15pm

Jonathan McEuen Singer/Songwriter

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Check out the pizzaz of an all-youth xylophone group

Get dazzled with an energetic set that ranges from bluegrass to funk

3:00pm

The Caverns

Cornerstone Locally grown reggae music

5:00pm

FMLYBND Electro/Pop

6:00pm

Earth Day 2013

Reggae, soul & dub combine to transcend all demographics

Environmental Hero Award

4:00pm

ROCKING

Breathe into the day with a vinyasa flow led by Nuria

2:45pm

Covers/'60s-'80s

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Jonathan McEuenh

Classic tunes from the '60s to the '80s peppered with improvisational jams make for a lot of fun Jam to the high-energy of an emerging urban reggae style that sounds like no other Round out Earth Day with an indie-electronic feast of sound

Good Night! FMLYBND

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Simply Remembered Cremation Care

FD2113

Local family, owned and operated

Complete Cremation paCkage

$895

• Cremation is an environmentally sound option • Pre-pay Your Plan Now! We are located at 36 W. Calle Laureles Santa Barbara, CA 93105

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EVENT SCHEDULE ROOTS STAGE SATURDAY 12:00pm Music by Michael Saidman 12:45pm How to Eat More Plants: Simple Tips That'll Change Your Life 1:45pm Homemade Mead Making 2:30pm Probiotic Drinks – Ginger Ale, Root Beer & Fruit Sodas 3:15pm Music by Xenia Flores

SUNDAY Jam to Americana mixed with country and blues Add plants in your daily diet with chef Brian Patton

11:00am Music by Michael Saidman 12:00pm Grain to Pint: What's in a Beer?

Make mead with Todd Bebb and Justin & Nate Siemens Check out naturally fermented sodas with Michelle Dohrn

12:45pm Choosing to Sip an Earth Friendly Wine 1:30pm Music by Steve Fort 2:00pm The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle for a Healthy Body and Healthy Planet 2:45pm "Santa Barbara Salutes The Sun" 3:15pm Farming Without Water: The Reality of a Drought 3:45pm Grain to Loaf: The Artisanship of Bread 4:15pm Music by Salt Martians

Sway to sweet singer/songwriter tunes 3:45pm Sustainable Meat: In the Enjoy meat responsibly with Jake Field and on the Plate Francis 4:30pm Seed Saving, Soil, and Save seeds with Oscar Carmona Sustenance Savor a cooking demo and panel 5:15pm The Food Hub with Jasper Eiler, Jeff Kramer, and Revolution: Bringing Laurel Lyle Santa Barbara's Local Produce from Farm to Fork

Jam to Americana mixed with country and blues Learn how a brew gets to you with Tom Shepherd, Curtis Davenport, and Brian Thompson Scope out eco-wines with Laura Booras Dance to a lively singer/songwriter See how lifestyle makes a healthy body and planet with Dr. Patricia Bragg

Learn moves to perform at Summer Solstice with Sojourner Kincaid Rolle Check out how farmers sustain crops in times of drought with Tom Shepherd

Find out how locally grown grains turn into tasty bread with Brendan Smith Frolic with a fun bluegrass band

KIDS STAGE SATURDAY

SUNDAY

11:00am Surf Happens Demo 11:45am Earth Critter Music

Surf's up with this interactive class Enjoy environmental songs by Chris Keet and friends

11:00am Surf Happens Demo 11:45am Earth Critter Music

12:30pm Student Musicians

Watch the musical prowess of Garden Street Academy kids Explore how to safely practice karate basics Martial arts and dance combine with Capoeira Sul da Bahia Watch dynamos kick, strike, roll, tumble, and even break boards Tune in to a lively ukelele performance Student kung fu skills take center stage Get energized by a hip-hop dance routine Find your rhythm with World Professional Latin Dancesport Champions

12:30pm Latin Mix

1:10pm Making A Difference Everyday! 1:30pm Capoeira 2:45pm Hapkido Kids Demo 3:30pm Ukelele Performance 4:00pm Sino West Kung Fu 4:45pm Rhythm Kids Crew 5:30pm Latin Mix

1:10pm Making A Difference Everyday! 2:10pm Macomber Karate 2:45pm Capoeira 3:40pm Making A Difference Everyday! 4:00pm Children's Voices Matter 4:45pm Hapkido Kids Demo

Surf's up with this interactive class Enjoy environmental songs by Chris Keet and friends Find your rhythm with World Professional Latin Dancesport Champions See how to safely practice karate basics Join a kid-friendly karate demo Martial arts and dance combine with Capoeira Sul da Bahia See how to safely practice karate basics Children sing folk songs from around the world Watch dynamos kick, strike, roll, tumble, and even break boards

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Hosts Wanted Bicycle Fashion Show Thursday, May 1, 5:00-7:30 PM (show at 6:15) Paseo Nuevo Mall at De la Guerra Street Live Show, Music, Brat Haus Beer Garden

Are you interested in housing an international student? Earn additional income! The Kaplan International school at Santa Barbara City College is looking for host families*! • Meet people from different cultures • Teach international students about American traditions • Earn extra income by making use of your spare room Contact us today to find out more about this rewarding opportunity Ali Rey, Housing Coordinator: Ali.Rey@Kaplan.com | Telephone: (805) 966-1620 www.kaplaninternational.com/about/host-family.aspx

Good rates and great support!

* You must live within a reasonable distance from Santa Barbara City College via public transportation, be organized, financially stable, and genuinely interested in the experience

Visit the website for more great bike events in May!

A program of:

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963-SAVE www.CycleMAYnia.org

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2014 EXHIBITORS VENDOR

BOOTH #

1% for the Planet 350 Santa Barbara

349 229

A Pig for Friendship

301

AeroHance Agri-Chip

Green Car Show

Air Pollution Control District / SB Car Free Alchemy Spa Wellness Café All Good Things Organic Seeds Allen Associates Allen Associates Building Performance and Solar Division American Medical Response Amtrak Angels Foster Care Antioch University Artichoke Connection Avasol Azaghar Organic Aragn Oil Baby Birdy Bum Baby Boot Camp Backward Prints Bara Be Loved Because of Hope Bikestation Blue Dolphin Alliance BMW Santa Barbara Bragg Health Institute Built Green Burly Brothers Woodworking Buttonwood Farm Winery CA Assemblymember Das Williams's Office CA Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson's Office California Center for Sustainable Energy California Corn Roast California Fuel Cell Partnership California Solar Electric California Wood Fired Pizza Californians for Population Stabilization CalWind Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition Channel Islands Restoration Chapala Gardens/Tower Gardens by Juice Plus+ Cheadle Center for Biodiversity & Ecological Restoration Citizens Climate Lobby of Santa Barbara Citizens Planning Association City of Goleta / Green Business Program of Santa Barbara City of Santa Barbara / Drought and Water Conservation City of Santa Barbara / Water and Wastewater Systems City of Santa Barbara / Creeks Restoration and Water Quality City of Santa Barbara / Sustainable City Planning and Development City of Santa Barbara / Trash and Recycling City of Santa Barbara / Energy Use Reduction City of Santa Barbara / Green Parks and Recreation

514 166 805 801 534 502 215 165 718 104 Food Court 353 333 702 711 342 807 355 332 102A 360-361 Green Car Show 308 509 304 815A 124 124 Green Car Show Food Court Green Car Show 533 Food Court 103 103 Green Car Show 160-161 804 114 230 158 121 130-135

County of Santa Barbara / Mosquito and Vector Management District

106

County of Santa Barbara / Planning & Development Crossroads Trading Co. Dave's Organic Gardening

142

DCH Lexus of Santa Barbara

346 511 Green Car Show

Dog Adoption & Welfare Group

103A

Dons Net Café Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps

347

Earth Island Institute / South Coast Habitat Restoration

339 116

Earth Service

512

Eat Plants, Save the Planet

803

ECOFaith of Santa Barbara Ecogirl/Jedzebel Ecozuzu Edible Santa Barbara

153

Green Car Show 120 Food Court 140

Elephants Umbrella Fund Ellwood Canyon Farms

802

Entravision Environmental Defense Center

200

EST WST Collective

136 300

Explore Ecology

126-127,138-139

FalunDafa UCLA Fiat of Thousand Oaks

222 Green Car Show 162-163

First Solar

149

Foodbank of Santa Barbara County Ganna Walska Lotusland

159 800

Gaucho Farmer's Market

117

Gaviota Coast Conservancy Georgia's Smokehouse Get Oil Out! Ghost Fishing Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast

SB Street 128 207 720

Gold Coast Toyota Dealers

Green Car Show

Goleta Water District

125

Good Energy Renewables Green Star Coffee

513 Near Gazebo 710

Growing Babies Infant Center & Preschool Gypsy Boo Love Habitat for Humanity of Southern Santa Barbara County

301 525

Harvest Santa Barbara

813

Heal the Ocean

129

Horny Toad Clothing Imlk'esh Organics Indosole

350 SB Street 340 536

Insulate SB Jungmaven

364 110

K-9 Pals Kaibae Karen's Kleaning Karmic Anarchy 703

COAST Coast Cart Community Environmental Council / Main Booth Community Environmental Council / Plug in Central Coast

151

KDB 93.7 Kelley Hart Creations Kia of Ventura

Green Car Show CEC Booth Green Car Show 818

Killer B Fitness KJEE 92.9 Klean Kanteen KTYD 99.9

Compass Green Conscious Kombucha

337-338 365 806 118

EF International Language Center eGO Vehicles Elected Officials Public Office Hours Electric Lemonade

Clif Bar & Co / Clif Kid

Community Seafood

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SB Street

Core Chiropractic Center

SB Street 208

County of Santa Barbara / emPower Program

503-504

326 363 354 724 302 Green Car Show 211 Main Stage 348 Main Stage

Exhibitor list

Legend

Kids Activity

Materiales o actividades previstas en español

Family

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It’s a Chumash tradition to reach out to our neighbors and care for our community. We call it ‘amuyich. The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians is proud to support the Earth Day Festival.

Santa Ynez Band of ChumaSh IndIanS

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2014 EXHIBITORS Laguna Blanca School

719

Land Trust for Santa Barbara County Lassens Natural Foods & Vitamins Lazy Acres Market LifeSource Water Systems

817

Limoneira Company Livity Outernational LoaTree Lole Los Padres Forest Association Los Padres ForestWatch Mankind Project Santa Barbara Marborg Industries Master Gardeners of Santa Barbara Matilija Pure Water Systems McConnell's Fine Ice Creams Millennium Reign Energy Minawear Luxury Hemp Loungewear Mission Canyon Moonshine Bay Mothers Corner Narayan Sacred Healing Beauty Nature Track Foundation Inc Nimita's Cuisine NOAA Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary & National Park Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Ocho Surfboards Ojai Raptor Center Oniracom Opas Soap Open Alternative School Organic Roots Records Owners Corner Pacific Breeze Chem-Dry ParentClick.com Pedego Electric Bikes Perry Ford

335-336 366 535 312

Santa Barbara Zoo

148 708

Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians

201

SaveSorb

143

SB Special Needs Adaptive Programs SBCAG Traffic Solutions

716

150 111 202-203 809 367 SB Street Green Car Show 334 310 343 711A 307 209 Food Court 141 157 205 729-730 CEC Booth 305 717 313 Green Car Show 309 728

Quest By Magdalena

352 324

REC Solar

527-528

Rilasco Chiropractic RITUAL

311 328 331 Green Car Show 700

Santa Barbara Audubon Society

112 107

Santa Barbara Beekeepers Assn.

810-812

Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition Santa Barbara Business College

100-102

Santa Barbara Nissan

Santa Barbara Public Works Santa Barbara Urban Creeks Council

Food Court 144-146

SB Group Sierra Club

814

Santa Barbara MTD Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

538

CEC Booth 204 115

Plowshare Homestead Plum Goods

Santa Barbara Independent Santa Barbara League of Women Voters Santa Barbara Mountain Bike Trail Volunteers

Santa Barbara Permaculture Network Santa Barbara Popcorn Co.

362

123

Santa Barbara Honda

220

113

Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo

Santa Barbara Channelkeeper Santa Barbara Chevrolet / Graham Chevrolet Cadillac Santa Barbara Food Alliance

Santa Barbara Open Streets

Save the Mermaids

Planet Solar Inc.

Sandcastle Music Sandra Marshall for Congress

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327

Green Car Show Green Car Show 531

Ruths Herbal Remedies San Marcos High School

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122 137 Green Car Show 539 Green Car Show 330 105 217 Green Car Show 704 Green Car Show

Seasons Kids Consignment Sales Seguro Construction Segway of Santa Barbara Silly Yeti Sol Wave Solar

164 701 530 Green Car Show 322 505

Sol Wave Water

506

SolarCity South Coast Karate

501

South County Energy Efficiency Partnership Sprout Up Starlights

721 508 707

Summer Solstice Celebration

526 108

Sun Hwc and Co. (Two Tree Designs)

345

Sun Pacific Solar Electric Sun Potion

515

Surf Happens

364 213

Surf Happens

712

Surfrider Santa Barbara Chapter

117

Sweetwater Collaborative Swell Clubs Synergy Organic Clothing Taxi CDC

526

Tesla Motors The Closet Trading Co The Dance Network The Habitat Factory The Learningden Preschool The Pain Relief Store The Shine Scholarship Project The Trust for Public Land Tribu Tubular George & Co TV Santa Barbara UCSB / Adventure Programs UCSB / Associated Students Coastal Fund UCSB / Associated Students Environmental Affairs Board UCSB / Coastal and Moorea Coral Reef Long Term Ecological UCSB / Partners in Environment UCSB / Sustainability Unite-to-Light Universal Peace Organization Upper Cervical Care of Santa Barbara Verengo Solar Verizon VINTAGE 2014 Waldorf School of Santa Barbara We Bike Electric Wells Fargo Wilson Environmental Contracting Inc Women's International League for Peace & Freedom - SB Branch World Business Academy

206 341 303 Green Car Show 325 709 SB Street 705-706 210 119 128 306 537 152 725-726 155 107 156 154 147 329 109 221 510 351 815-816 714-715 344 200 532 141 Green Car Show

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Southern California & Nevada 2014

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Walk ms: santa barbara

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saturday, may 3, 2014 leadbetter beach

Saturday, May 3, 2014 5–7:30pm

VIP reception at 4pm sharp

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2014 Downtown

The Santa Barbara Independent’s

5th Annual

Sizzling Summer

Art & Wine Tour

May 22, 2014 | 5:30-9:30pm Final party at The Santa Barbara Club

Tickets on sale May 1st SantaBarbaraDowntown.com | 805-962-2098 30

BBQ CONTEST

• Best

Professional BBQ Plate

(plate = entree and, if desired, side dishes)

• Best

Amateur BBQ Plate

(no commercial kitchen experience)

• Best

Vegetarian BBQ Plate (pro-am)

For more information

Email food@independent.com See independent.com/bbq for previous contests.

Earth Day 2014

Earth Day Festival 2014 Sponsors

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A Very Special Thanks: Alchemy Spa Wellness Café Bamboo DNA Be Green Packaging Bragg Health Institute Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Buttonwood Farm Winery California Solar Electric CASA Magazine Channel Islands Restoration Chapala Gardens Coast Cart Coast Photography Crossroads Trading Company D. Shelton Studios Inc. DEEP Magazine Dons Net Café Edible Santa Barbara Graham Chevrolet Cadillac Harvest Santa Barbara The Justice Project KDB Radio Lunch Box Matilija Pure Water Systems Montecito Journal Pali Wine Co. Perry Ford Polaris Raw Revolution Santa Barbara Seasons Speak Volumes Surf Happens Visit Santa Barbara Zeeblu

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Thanks to Our Earth Angels: Anonymous Diane Boss Jean and Dave Davis Brian Fahnestock Aurora and Rick Grimm Bonnie and Dick Jensen The Relis Family Suzanne and John Steed Sally Warner-Arnett and Dr. G. William Arnett Heidi Winston Jules Zimmer

Special Thanks

: Caribbean Coffee Company Lillian Edwards Ella and Louie Gino's Sicilian Express Isla Vista Bicycle Boutique Nicole Schon Consulting Ontraport Orca Camp Palapa Restaurant Paper Moon Printing Company Savoy Café & Deli Smashberry Suzanne Malloy Vices & Spices Vita Travel Store Whole Foods Market

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Visit the Independent’s booth at the

At Alameda park in the “eco-marketplace”

• Come meet Indy staffers & Trixie the Angry Poodle • Subscribe to Independent.com Today • Strike a pose in our photobooth complete with eco-friendly props • Test your enviromental knowledge with our Indy TrivIa • & Other fabulous giveaways 32


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