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EVENT GUIDE

The place where environmentally conscious organizations, businesses, institutions, you, and your friends and family get together to celebrate the Earth and create sustainable solutions to make a difference today, tomorrow, and every day thereafter.

APRIL 22-24 • 10 AM - 6 PM • FAIR PARK • FREE • EARTHDAYTX.ORG


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THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING IN EDTx 2016

CONTENTS

Each year, we consider ourselves fortunate when our indomitable commitment to spreading the word about Earth Day Texas results in 40-percent growth in the number of exhibiting organizations.

2016 Sponsors

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Event Overview

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Since our first event in 2011, broad-spectrum participation has been the primary focus of Earth Day Texas. The reason is simple: We may be able to interest everyone in conservation and sustainability if organizations that are meaningful to everyone are present to personalize the importance of conservation and sustainability.

Event Programming

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Workshop Schedule

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Friday Activities

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Speaker Schedule

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Green Speaker Series

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Eco-Film Series Schedule

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Music Series Schedule

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KERA Family Zone

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Event Maps

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E•Day Conferences

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Additional Programming

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Exhibitors: By Department

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EMA | EDTx Celebrities for Change Gala

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Exhibitors: Alphabetical

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This year, Earth Day Texas will have 771 environmental nonprofit groups, government agencies, businesses, and academic institutions furnishing 1,731 exhibit spaces with their distinctive contributions to conservation and sustainability. A partial list of new participants includes: 5 Gyres, 20th Century Fox, Asia Pulp and Paper, Ben & Jerry’s, BEST Robotics, Billions in Change, Captain Planet Foundation, Carbon War Room, Colorado River Land Trust, Columbia University, CPS Energy, The Dallas Morning News, Environmental Media Association, FIRST ® in Texas Foundation, Gap Inc., GE Water and Process Technologies, Georgia Aquarium, Huawei, IBM: Smarter Cities, International Paper, Kellogg Co., LEGO ® Build the Change, Nestlé Waters, Pratt & Whitney, Rainforest Trust, REI, The Ritz-Carlton, Sabin Metal Corporation, Schneider Electric, Sierra Nevada, Stanford University, Surfrider Foundation, The Trust for Public Land: Climate-Smart Cities™, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of State: Fishackathon, UNICEF, UNICOR, University of California Los Angeles, University of Tulsa, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and The Walt Disney Company.

The three-day event starts strong Friday, April 22, with exhibits, speakers, student field trips, and the E•Day Conference, where environmental and business leaders from 345 additional organizations host meetings, conferences, continuing education workshops, and special events. Ted Roosevelt IV, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, Karenna Gore, and Space Architect Constance Adams are just a few of the leaders and luminaries who will address the audiences at Earth Day Texas each day. The NASA Inflatable International Space Station, LEGO® Build the Change, Tree Climbers International, and E-Bike Test Track are just a few of the interactive experiences that will create excitement throughout the weekend. Celebrated Texas artists will play music by the west side of the Esplanade near the Sustainable Beer Garden and Local Food Market curated by Untapped Beer Festival and Savor Dallas. Film will also be well represented as the Environmental Media Association brings to Dallas celebrities and filmmakers for the EMA | EDTx Celebrities for Change Fundraising Gala and EMA | EDTx Eco-Film Series. We would like to express our gratitude to those who make it possible to hold an environmental event that offers something sustainable for everyone. We look forward to seeing you at Earth Day Texas 2016!

TRAMMELL S. CROW FOUNDER

JERRY L. HESS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

OUR MISSION Each April, Earth Day Texas hosts the world’s largest public exhibition devoted to environmental stewardship, where attendees come together for breakthrough hope and discovery about how best to achieve a world of sustainable balance. The event is a platform that brings businesses, environmental organizations, academic institutions, and government agencies together to positively inspire people to think, live, and work sustainably.

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EVENT PROGRAMMING FESTIVAL SAVOR FOOD GARDEN

LIVE LOCAL MUSIC

Locally sourced food and healthy, delicious meals that are good for you and the planet. P. 30

Local Texas artists will take the stage to provide hours of entertaining music all weekend long. P. 26

UNTAPPED SUSTAINABLE BEER GARDEN Making a difference can start with having a responsibly brewed craft beer. P. 31

PRESENTED WITH THE ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA ASSOCIATION

PRESENTED BY THE CROW COLLECTION

FEATURING THE POPULAR A BED OVER MY HEAD

TINY HOUSE VILLAGE Ten tiny houses will open their doors for tours in the first-ever EDTx Tiny House Village!

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EMA | EDTx ECO-FILM SERIES Watch powerful environmental films and meet the directors, producers, and stars.

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YOGA IN THE PARK Bring your yoga mat for SU N DAY meditation, a discussion ON LY of the importance of thoughtful movement, P. 10 and a one-hour yoga class.


INTERACTIVE

SUPPORTED BY DFW CHILD MAGAZINE

ECO EXPO

NASA EXHIBIT

Visit more than 1,700 exhibit spaces to learn from renewable energy pioneers, innovative green businesses, outspoken conservation advocates, and P. 50 many, many more.

Be an astronaut for a day in this interactive exhibit.

KERA FAMILY ZONE

Meet animals like kangaroo, giant tortoise, python, lionhead rabbit, chinchilla, even tarantulas!

Inspire the inner explorer, scientist, artist, and gardener in your child at the KERA Family P. 28 Zone!

LEGO BUILD THE CHANGE

TREE CLIMBER’S INTERNATIONAL SUPPORTED BY ARBORILOGICAL SERVICES

CREATURE TEACHER

Learn how to climb trees rope-and-harness style with professional instructors on the tall, historic oaks at Fair Park.

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During this three-day building event, children will be inspired to build their version of a more sustainable future using millions of LEGO® bricks. P. 48

MOBILE DAIRY CLASSROOM Milk a cow in the Southwest Dairy Farmers exhibit space.

ELECTRIC BIKE TEST DRIVE

LUNG FORCE WALK

Test drive an electric bike, and you might find your new favorite way to get around.

Organized with the American Lung Association, walk this 5K for lung and women’s health everywhere! P. 48

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ART WASHED ASHORE SCULPTURES These giant sculptures of marine life are made from salvaged ocean plastic pollution.

SEBASTIAN COPELAND ICEBERG PHOTOGRAPHY Come see breathtaking photographs by the polar explorer, award-winning photographer, author, public speaker, and environmental activist.

PRESENTED WITH TEXAS CONSERVATION ALLIANCE

JOHN ALEXANDER POSTER SIGNING Receive an Earth Day Texas 2016 commemorative poster signed by the artist.

THOMAS KINKADE PRINTS You can purchase a special, limitededition Thomas Kinkade-EDTx print featuring landscapes of our national parks.

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CONSERVATION THROUGH THE LENS This art exhibit will tell the story of reforestation in East Texas.

PRESENTED WITH THE ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA ASSOCIATION

EMA | EDTx CELEBRITIES FOR CHANGE GALA For this ticketed fundraiser, Hollywood is coming to Dallas and talking about how filmmaking and art can help change the world.

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EDUCATIONAL

PRESENTED WITH THE U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT & UNT INNOVATION GREENHOUSE

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GREEN LIBRARY

Registered students will use coding and computer science to devise solutions to problems facing the P. 44 world’s fisheries.

Check out new and classic environmental reads.

GREEN SPEAKER SERIES Expert speakers and panels will talk about everything from electric P. 18 cars to bee pollination.

SOLAR CAR CHALLENGE High school teams display the solar-powered cars they built from scratch.

HS ROBOTICS COMPETITION The FIRST and BEST robotics teams will show off their recycling robots.

SCIENCE ON A SPHERE This state-of-the-art spherical device designed by NOAA scientists allows you to see the Earth as if from outer space.

OMNIGLOBES The ever-popular OmniGlobe displays allow you to control advanced weather simulations.

GREEN TOY BOOTH Find toys that are eco-safe, eco-educational, and endless amounts of fun!

PETITION PAVILION Ready to take action on an issue that affects our environment?

TEXAS DISCOVERY GARDENS Play with butterflies at the Texas Discovery Gardens, which will be open during EDTx!

NATIONAL PARKS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION Come celebrate the parks with real park rangers, family activities, and outdoor fun all weekend long.

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WORKSHOP SCHEDULE SATURDAY

LANDSCAPING WORKSHOPS PRESENTED BY TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM OUTSIDE GRAND PLACE

Workshops will be on topics like Edible Landscapes, Composting, Rain Barrels, Native Plants, Low-Sunlight Plants, and Lawn Maintenance. There are so many tips if you are looking to apply sustainable principles at home and in the garden!

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YOGA IN THE PARK PRESENTED BY THE CROW COLLECTION OF ASIAN ART 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM LAWN OF THE HALL OF STATE

10 AM: Meditation led by Muza Rinpoche (Buddhist professor, Drepung Loseling Monastery, India).

10:30 AM : Panel discussion facilitated by Crow Collection of Asian Art Executive Director Amy Lewis Hofland with Buddhist Professor Muza Rinpoche, Dallas Yoga Center Owner David Sunshine, and University of Dallas cognition and neuroscience doctoral student Ariel Ketcherside. 11:30 AM: Yoga class presented by the Dallas Yoga Center.

SEED SAVING WORKSHOP PRESENTED BY BRIM SEED CO. 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM OUTSIDE GRAND PLACE

Learn how you can save seeds from plants and vegetables to grow the seedlings in your own home or garden. You don’t need to be an agricultural expert to start harvesting your own seeds and growing your own plants!

FACIAL YOGA AND RUNNER’S STRETCH CLINIC PRESENTED BY EQUINOX 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM LAWN OF THE HALL OF STATE

This hour of wellness presented by Equinox will feature a facial yoga session and runner’s stretch clinic, giving facial and leg muscles muchneeded love and attention.

SEED-BALL MAKING WORKSHOP PRESENTED BY THE GREAT SEED BOMB 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM OUTSIDE GRAND PLACE

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Learn how to make seed balls using milkweed and wildflower seeds, compost, and clay. This activity is fun and the end result will help protect pollinators like monarch butterflies and bees!

DO GOOD & HAVE FUN E-WASTE RECYCLING FRIDAY & SATURDAY 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Drop off your old electronics at the Commodity Recycling Solutions exhibit at Gate 2 when you arrive at Earth Day Texas! Commodity will be accepting electronics, computers, laptops, cell phones, flat-screen monitors only, small personal and household appliances, entertainment equipment, VHS and DVD systems, cables, wires, remote controls, all computer peripherals, exercise equipment, washers and dryers, and dishwashers. Basically all items that operate via an electrical current. Call Commodity Recycling Solutions at 817.300.6958 if you are unsure.

RECYCLE REVOLUTION STATIONS Recycle Revolution is changing the way we think about garbage. At each entrance to EDTx, there will be a recycling station manned by experts to help you learn about responsible recycling and composting. Recycle Revolution’s mission is to create a world with zero waste. With their help, you will get that much closer to achieving that goal for yourself.


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FRIDAY ACTIVITIES STUDENT FIELD TRIP DAY The best way to learn is by doing. Earth Day Texas provides interactive learning opportunities through its Friday field trip program. During these trips, children of all grades can explore everything from ecology to architecture while interacting with high-level experts.

E•DAY CONFERENCE On Friday, April 22, EDTx will host the second annual E•Day Conference. This day of programming is specifically designed to engage business, civic, and community leaders in conversations about building a sustainable future. The E•Day Conference will feature captivating speakers, meetings hosted by leading organizations, and specialized networking opportunities. ORGANIZATIONS PARTICIPATING INCLUDE: • American Institute of Architects Dallas

• North Texas Master Naturalists

• Cattle Barron’s Ball

• Society of Environmental Journalists

• Peloton Real Estate Partners

• Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship • Dallas Center for Architecture • Dallas Festival of Ideas • Dallas Independent School District • DCCCD – Cedar Valley College

• Rocky Mountain Institute • Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance • Texas Tech University – College of Arts & Sciences • Texas Trucking Association • University of Texas at Arlington – College of Architecture

• Environment Texas • Future 500 • National Wildlife Federation: South Central Regional Center • North Central Council of Governments Planning and Public Affairs

• Urban Land Institute of North Texas • U.S. Green Building Council North Texas • World Affairs Council of Dallas / Fort Worth

SEE P. 42 FOR SELECT CONFERENCE DESCRIPTIONS

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Students on these field trips will be able to hear addresses from renowned climate scientists Katharine Hayhoe, PhD, and Jennifer Vanos, PhD; build cities out of LEGO® bricks; learn how wildlife habitat is affected by climate change; explore higher education and career paths; and much more!


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SPEAKER SCHEDULE FRIDAY

AUTOMOBILE BUILDING 1

AUTOMOBILE BUILDING 2

11:00 AM

KEYNOTE ADDRESS TO DALLAS-AREA STUDENTS

11:30 AM 11:45 PM 12:00 PM 12:15 PM 12:30 PM 12:45 PM 1:00 PM

KATHARINE HAYHOE & JENNIFER VANOS

1:15 PM

KEYNOTE ADDRESS TO DALLAS-AREA STUDENTS

STATE OF DALLAS’ ENVIRONMENT

KEVIN LEFEBVRE, THERESA O’DONNELL, & KIRK TESKE

4:30 PM 4:45 PM 5:00 PM

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A REAL CONVERSATION ABOUT OIL & GAS REGULATION

TED ROOSEVELT IV KEYNOTE ADDRESS

FEATURING RYAN SITTON & PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES

2:45 PM 3:00 PM 3:15 PM 3:30 PM 3:45 PM 4:00 PM 4:15 PM

ESPLANADE

KATHARINE HAYHOE & JENNIFER VANOS

11:15 AM

1:30 PM 1:45 PM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:30 PM

EMBARCADERO BUILDING

GEORGETOWN GOES GREEN DALE ROSS, CHRIS FOSTER, JOSHUA LONG, & JIM BRIGGS

DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY RECYCLING COMMUNITIES

STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT: CENTRAL TEXAS

DEBBIE KIMBERLY, ANITA LEDBETTER, RICK LUNA, BREWSTER McCRACKEN, & DOUGLAS MELNICK

HYDROGEN HOMES & MICROGRIDS ROY McALISTER, STAN OSSERMAN, PAUL PONTHIEUX, & MIKE STRIZKI

KARENNA GORE

KEYNOTE SIT DOWN WITH JARID MANOS


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SPEAKER SCHEDULE SATURDAY

AUTOMOBILE BUILDING 1

AUTOMOBILE BUILDING 2

10:00 AM

11:30 AM 11:45 AM 12:00 PM 12:30 PM 12:45 PM 1:00 PM

1:30 PM 1:45 PM 2:00 PM 2:30 PM 2:45 PM 3:00 PM 3:30 PM 3:45 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 4:45 PM 5:00 PM

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GRAND PLACE

TOWER BUILDING

ESPLANADE

MOMS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

TINA BEATTIE, GRETCHEN DAHLKEMPER, DAVID YEOMANS, SUSAN PACHECO, & LAURA TURNER SEYDEL

10:30 AM 10:45 AM 11:00 AM

CENTENNIAL HALL

COLORADO CONSERVATION

STEVE BONOWSKI, FRANK FLOCKE, LUKA POWANGA, & SANDRA VANDERSTOEP

PROFITS & PURPOSE

CHERI CHASTAIN, GARRETT BOONE, THOMAS DAY, & ERIN MEEZAN

FORESTRY: THE IMPORTANCE OF TREES STEVE HOUSER, MICAH PACE, ROCCO SARACINA

REBIRTH OF LOCAL AGRICULTURE BRIAN COPPOM, SUSIE MARSHALL, & AMANDA VANHOOZIER

THE SOLAR CAR CHALLENGE LEHMAN MARKS

LEILANI MÜNTER KEYNOTE ADDRESS

REAL ESTATE, GREEN DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE

OCEAN CONSERVATION

CHRIS MUNDELL, PETER PFEIFFER, & JORGE VANEGAS

STATE OF ARIZONA’S ENVIRONMENT

COLLEEN CROWNINSHIELD, SCOTT FEIERABEND, & MARK TATE

SHELLEY DUPUY, JAMES HELDT, DUSTIN PICARD, BROOKE SADOWSKY, & MICHELLE SLUIS

COMMUNITY TRANSIT: URBAN TRAILS & RAILS

AMORY LOVINS

DAVID YARNOLD

SHAWNA CORONADO

FRACKING, EARTHQUAKES, & LOCAL RIGHTS

TIM MCKAY, SHELLY WHITE, & BUD MELTON

NEW URBANISM & URBAN PLANNING

WICK ALLISON, WILLIAM ROGERS, JACK MATTHEWS, & BRENT BROWN

ADVOCACY & THE CLEAN POWER PLAN

LON BURNAM, CLAY JENKINS, GENE KARPINSKI, LUKE METZGER, & TOM SMITH

GREEN SEAL SIT DOWN

ARTHUR WEISSMAN & RENEWAL BY ANDERSEN

ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE

THERAPEUTIC WELLNESS

JUSTIN WREN

WATER4 & FIGHT FOR THE FORGOTTEN

SUSTAINABILITY AT 50,000 FEET

FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE

ISHA DATAR, LORI DE LA CRUZ, & ALARIC OVERBEY

OCEAN POLLUTION

LIA COLABELLO, MARKUS REYMANN, JEREMY McKANE, & PAMELA PLOTKIN

THE IMPORTANCE OF WILD PLACES

TIM FLEMING, ROMELIA FLORES, JENNIFER SANDERS, & BRIAN STEINER

THE GMO DEBATE RUSSELL BOENING, JULIE BORLAUG, STEVEN DRUKER, & HOWARD VLIEGER

HONEYBEES: PROTECTING THE POLLINATORS RYAN GIESCKE, ERICH PICA, BRANDON POLLARD, & SUSAN POLLARD

EPA FOOD RECOVERY

STEVE BONOWSKI, SCOTT FEIERABEND, JOHN HERRON, DAVID JENKINS, & WENDEL WITHROW

STEPHEN STURDIVANT, GOLAM MUSTAFA, JACKIE ANDERSON, & DOUGLAS KELLER

LEESA CARTER

CARING FOR MOTHER EARTH

STEVEN DRUKER

WILLIAM RYERSON & BOB WALKER

LAURA TURNER SEYDEL

KEYNOTE SIT DOWN WITH CHIP COMINS

CONSTANCE ADAMS SPACE ARCHITECT

GURO GRYTLI SEIM KEYNOTE ADDRESS

RYAN SPICER & KRIS RUSSELL

CAPTAIN PLANET

ROBERT JACOB AND DAVID LARY

SMARTER CITIES

THE NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY

ADAM BRIGGLE, ALAN BRUNDRETT, LYNDA STOKES, & MATTHEW HORNBACH

AIR QUALITY MONITORING

ALTERED GENES, TWISTED TRUTH

SPONGE BIKINI & BEACH SAND SILICON BATTERY INVENTORS MIHRI OZKAN & CENGIZ OZKAN

HIGH SCHOOL DEBATES


SUNDAY

AUTOMOBILE BUILDING 1

AUTOMOBILE BUILDING 2

CENTENNIAL HALL

GRAND PLACE

MIKE STRIZKI

DESIGNING FOR A HEALTHY FUTURE, INSIDE & OUT

COWBOY LAND STEWARDSHIP: PROTECTING THE PRAIRIE

TINY HOUSE MOVEMENT

11:00 AM 11:30 AM

HYDROGEN HOUSE PROJECT

LAURA BRITT, MARY DICKINSON, & KATHERINE SNEDECKER

BILL FOX, ROBERT GREGORY, MICHAEL MARTIN MURPHEY, & JOHN TAYLOR

BA NORRGARD, NINA ZAMUDIO, ALEK LISEFKI, ALEXIS DEHART STEPHENS & DARIN ZARUBA

12:30 PM

JOHN HALL, CHARLIE HEMMELINE, JOSEPH NATOWITZ, MARK SOUTTER, & PAUL WESTBROOK

HUNTER LOVINS ECONOMICS FOR THE ANTHROPOCENE

CLIMATE CHANGE

1:30 PM

2:30 PM

PAT CURRIE

AIR QUALITY: HEALTH AND HAZARDS

GRETCHEN DAHLKEMPER, FRANK FLOCKE, ROBERT GRIFFIN, & NATALIE JOHNSON

DONNA LETIER GARDENUITY & HOME GARDENING

3:30 PM

AN INTRO TO RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, & UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR

MILITARY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

DARLA GOMEZ, MEG REYES & ERIC WOLTERS

JOHN WOLF

BECCA HATHEWAY, MATTHEW HORNBACH, & KRISTIN WEGNER

BACKYARD MEDICINE

ELLEN PRAGER INVITES YOU TO DIVE IN

TRASH TALK: RECYCLING 101

ADVENTURES IN OCEAN SCIENCE AND TALES FROM THE SEA

HEATHER DOUGLAS, MURRAY MYERS, SARA NICHOLS, & COREY TROIANI

2:45PM 3:00 PM

SALLY RANNEY

MICHAEL MARTIN, FRANK McGOVERN, ALI SEMANA, & BRAD STUTZMAN

12:45 PM 1:00 PM

1:45 PM 2:00 PM

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

ESPLANADE

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

11:45 AM 12:00 PM CHANGING ENERGY POLICY

TOWER BUILDING

EARTH TANK JUDGING

ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR. KEYNOTE ADDRESS

URBAN CYCLING: SHARING THE ROAD GOTTFRIED LAUBICHLER, BUD MELTON, & ROBIN STALLINGS

THE TRUE VALUE OF WATER JUDITH MCGEARY, IRENE KLAVER, & J. KEVIN WARD

SHOBHITA SOOR EAT YOUR CRICKETS!

3:45 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 4:45 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM

FISHACKATHON

COMPOSTING MELANIE O’NEILL

JUDGING OF FINAL CREATIONS

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GREEN SPEAKER SERIES IN THE GREEN SPEAKER SERIES, EXPERT SPEAKERS AND PANELS WILL TALK ABOUT EVERYTHING FROM ELECTRIC CARS TO BEE POLLINATION. THEY WILL SHARE BREAKTHROUGH INNOVATIONS, PRACTICAL HOME REMEDIES, AND HOW TO BEGIN BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE. MUST-SEE SPEAKERS AT EARTH DAY TEXAS 2016 INCLUDE:

INNOVATORS CONSTANCE ADAMS Constance Adams is a space architect. She designs habitats for human missions to Mars and works with the International Space Station program. While her work focuses on designing for extreme environments, it has implications for sustainable life on Earth.

KATHARINE HAYHOE, PHD Katharine Hayhoe, PhD, KE Y NOTE is a nationally renowned SPE A KER atmospheric scientist. She serves as director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University, as well as associate professor in the Department of Political Science.

AMORY LOVINS

GURO GRYTLI SEIM Guro Grytli Seim is the KE Y NOTE co-founder and COO of SPE A KER One Earth Designs. Seim has won several awards for her work in solar energy and has come all the way from Norway to present at the event.

JENNIFER VANOS, PHD Jennifer Vanos, PhD, is KE Y NOTE an assistant professor in SPE A KER the Atmospheric Science Group in the Department of Geosciences at Texas Tech University. Her research focuses on the study of human biometeorology and bioclimatology, connecting weather and climate to human health.

ADVOCATES SHAWNA CORONADO

Amory Lovins is an American consultant, experimental physicist, and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute. Lovins is also chief scientist and chairman emeritus of RMI.

Shawna Coronado is an author, columnist, blogger, photographer, and international spokesperson, dedicated to living a green lifestyle, organic gardening, and culinary arts.

MIHRI AND CENGIZ OZKAN

ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR.

Mihri and Cengiz Ozkan are professors at the Bourns College of Engineering, University of California, Riverside, and inventors of the Sponge bikini, a swimsuit that cleans ocean pollutants while you swim, as well as a mushroom battery and beach sand silicon battery.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is KE Y NOTE the nephew of President SPE A KER John F. Kennedy and son of former U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Following in these illustrious footsteps, Kennedy, Jr. serves as vice chair and chief prosecuting attorney for Riverkeeper and president and senior attorney for the Waterkeeper Alliance.

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M UST-S EE S KARENNA GORE

JUSTIN WREN

Karenna Gore is director KE Y NOTE of the Center for SP E A KER Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary. She previously worked as a lawyer and as director of community affairs for the Association to Benefit Children and is the author of Lighting the Way.

Justin Wren is best known for his success as an Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter in mixed martial arts. He is now an advocate for the Mbuti Pygmy people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and a spokesperson for Water4.

JOHN HALL

BUSINESS PIONEERS John Hall is Texas director, clean energy for the Environmental Defense Fund. He is striving to implement a comprehensive plan that will increase the use of Texas’ abundant clean energy resources.

JEREMY McKANE Jeremy McKane is a Dallas-based artist and underwater photographer whose recent works have focused on illustrating the affects of plastic pollution on the world’s oceans.

ELLEN PRAGER, PHD Ellen Prager, PhD, is a marine scientist and author, widely recognized for her expertise and ability to make science entertaining and understandable for people of all ages.

LAURA TURNER SEYDEL Laura Turner Seydel KE Y NOTE is an international SP E A KER environmental advocate, eco-living expert, and chairperson of Captain Planet Foundation, an organization that promotes hands-on environmental stewardship projects worldwide.

TED ROOSEVELT IV Ted Roosevelt IV is the KE Y NOTE great-grandson of the SPE A KER American president and celebrated conservationist. He is a managing director, investment banking at Barclays and chairman of the firm’s Clean Tech Initiative.

CHERI CHASTAIN Cheri Chastain is sustainability manager at Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. She is primarily responsible for the company’s renewable energy management, managing zero-waste efforts, researching and implementing alternative fuel options, and working toward water conservation and reuse.

WICK ALLISON Wick Allison is chairman and publisher of D Magazine, which he founded in 1974 and returned to in 1995. Before he evolved D Magazine into a company with $30 million in revenues, he worked in the White House.

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GREEN SPEAKER SERIES GARRETT BOONE Garrett Boone is chairman emeritus of The Container Store, co-founder of Texas Business for Clean Air, and chairman of TreeHouse.

CIVIC LEADERS ADAM BRIGGLE Adam Briggle is assistant professor at the University of North Texas and board member of the advocacy group Frack Free Denton.

CLAY JENKINS Clay Jenkins, Dallas County Judge, has served the Dallas area since 2011. He is an advocate of the Clean Power Plan and sustainable initiatives in North Texas.

SID MILLER Sid Miller is a former vocational agriculture teacher, a worldchampion cowboy, and the current Texas Commissioner of Agriculture.

THERESA O’DONNELL Theresa O’Donnell is chief planning officer for the city of Dallas. Her responsibilities include community services, planning, neighborhood vitality, and overseeing the Office of Fair Housing.

RYAN SITTON Ryan Sitton, Texas Railroad Commissioner, is an energy expert, native Texan, and the man who will oversee energy policy in Texas for the next six years.

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ECO-FILM SERIES SCHEDULE PRESENTED WITH THE ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA ASSOCIATION

SATURDAY GARDENERS OF EDEN 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM WOMEN’S MUSEUM

In Gardeners of Eden, actor, philanthropist, and producer Kristin Davis takes you on a gripping, first-person journey inside the operations of Kenya’s David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. From the front lines of the crisis, we witness their heroic efforts to stop the poachers in the bush, rescue the orphans of slain elephants, and raise them by hand until, one day, returning them to their home in the wild.

EXTINCTION SOUP Stick around after for a Q&A with producer Jorja Fox, known for her role on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM WOMEN’S MUSEUM

Extinction Soup follows documentary filmmaker Philip Waller on his quest for adventure as he sets out to tell the story of his larger-thanlife friend and extreme sports legend Jimmy Hall. The film quickly takes a surprise turn when Waller finds himself consumed with exposing to the world an environmental catastrophe in the making — the extinction of the oceans’ shark population through the mass slaughter of these magnificent animals for their fins.

CONSUMED Followed by a Q&A with filmmakers Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones. 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM WOMEN’S MUSEUM

Consumed is a dramatic thriller that explores the complex world of genetically modified food. The story is anchored by a working-class, single mother on a hunt to uncover the cause of her son’s mysterious illness. Interwoven are the stories of an organic farmer, the CEO of a biotechnology corporation, two scientists on the verge of a major discovery, and an ex-cop caught in the middle of it all.

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PRESENTING THE BEST NEW ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARIES AND FILMS 11:00 AM – 5:30 PM WOMEN’S MUSEUM Earth Day Texas believes strongly in the power of film to influence hearts and change minds. We proved this in 2015 when EDTx hosted the Texas premiere of the celebrated film Racing Extinction. In 2016, EDTx is curating a film series of new environmental documentaries to show all weekend.

ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA ASSOCIATION The Environmental Media Association (EMA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1989 by Cindy and Alan Horn and Lyn and Norman Lear. EMA inspires solutions for the environment through continued impact in media and pop culture. EMA focuses on action programs, PSA campaigns, celebrity and brand role modeling, educational salons, solution-oriented conferences, placing green storylines into film and television productions, and using the iconic EMA Awards Gala as a platform to help create a more environmentally responsible future.


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ECO-FILM SERIES SCHEDULE

SUNDAY HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN’T CHANGE 10:30 AM – 1:00 PM WOMEN’S MUSEUM

In How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change, Academy Award– nominated director Josh Fox (GasLand) continues in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change — the greatest threat our world has ever known. Traveling to 12 countries on six continents, the film acknowledges that it may be too late to stop some of the worst consequences and asks, what is it that climate change can’t destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take away?

ROOTED IN PEACE Followed by a Q&A with director Greg Reitman. 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM WOMEN’S MUSEUM

Director and award-winning filmmaker Greg Reitman invites viewers on a film journey to take notice of the world we live in, proactively seek ways to find personal and ecological peace, and stop the cycle of violence. The film incorporates aspects of Reitman’s own memoir along with interviews with renowned experts including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, green architect William McDonough, and neuroscientist Dan Siegel.

KOMBIT: THE COOPERATIVE Presented by Film Sprout and Timberland. 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM WOMEN’S MUSEUM

Decades of decline in Haiti have taken their toll and today the country is 98 percent deforested with little of its once prosperous agricultural industry enduring. To address these problems, the outdoor lifestyle company, Timberland, committed to creating a sustainable intervention in Haiti. This film follows Timberland’s fiveyear mission to support a nascent partnership between a Haitian agronomist and a former NGO leader to empower communities of farmers to plant millions of trees while improving their crop yields.

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PRESENTING THE BEST NEW ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARIES AND FILMS 10:30 AM – 5:30 PM WOMEN’S MUSEUM Earth Day Texas believes strongly in the power of film to influence hearts and change minds. We proved this in 2015 when EDTx hosted the Texas premiere of the celebrated film Racing Extinction. In 2016, EDTx is curating a film series of new environmental documentaries to show all weekend.

ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA ASSOCIATION The Environmental Media Association (EMA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1989 by Cindy and Alan Horn and Lyn and Norman Lear. EMA inspires solutions for the environment through continued impact in media and pop culture. EMA focuses on action programs, PSA campaigns, celebrity and brand role modeling, educational salons, solution-oriented conferences, placing green storylines into film and television productions, and using the iconic EMA Awards Gala as a platform to help create a more environmentally responsible future.


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MUSIC SERIES SCHEDULE LOCAL TEXAS ARTISTS WILL TAKE THE STAGE TO PROVIDE HOURS OF ENTERTAINING MUSIC ALL WEEKEND LONG. COME TO HEAR YOUR FAVORITE LOCAL MUSICIANS OR DISCOVER THE NEXT BIG THING RIGHT IN YOUR BACKYARD.

FRIDAY

DALLAS FAMILY BAND 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

KINKY FRIEDMAN 2:45 PM – 3:20 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

Richard Samet “Kinky” Friedman is an American Texas singer, songwriter, humorist, politician, and more. He will perform a selection of his most popular hits on Friday evening at Earth Day Texas.

MICHAEL MARTIN MURPHEY 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

Michael Martin Murphey is an award-winning country western singer-songwriter and an avid steward of the culture and landscape of the American West. He will also talk about the Murphey Western Institute, his organization dedicated to protecting the arts, culture, history, and legacy of the American West.

JAKE PALESCHIC 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

SATURDAY

MUSIC FROM LOCAL ARTISTS 12:15 PM – 5:45 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

Local Texas artists will take the stage to provide hours of entertaining music all weekend long. Come to hear your favorite local musicians or discover the next big thing right in your backyard.

MOUNTAIN NATIVES 12:15 PM – 1:00 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

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Mountain Natives is an indie folk band from Dallas. Husband and wife team Philip and Loren recently produced their first album entitled Essential, in which they explore themes of hope, gratitude, and the process of throwing mountains of adversity into the sea.

Dallas Family Band is a group comprised of many talented bands including Fox and the Bird, The Beaten Sea, Dry Creek, and Spooky Folk, as well as individual musicians Jacob Metcalf, Lala Gray, Raymond Cade, and Wheeler Sparks. Five or more of these musicians will form a busker group and hit parts of Dallas, performing on streets for eager crowds.

Jake Paleschic is a singersongwriter based in Fort Worth. His music is a mixture of rock, alternative country, and country sounds. He says of his work: “This is music firmly rooted in American soil, even while collectively the band explores newer frontiers of folk, rock and roll, and country.”

TELEGRAPH CANYON 4:30 PM – 5:45 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

Telegraph Canyon is a Fort Worth rock band that has a popular following in North Texas and overseas. The band recently released their second album, You From Before, which is a study in the intricate, defining details of relationships, including toxic ones.


SUNDAY

MUSIC FROM LOCAL ARTISTS 12:15 PM – 5:45 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

Local Texas artists will take the stage to provide hours of entertaining music all weekend long. Come to hear your favorite local musicians or discover the next big thing right in your backyard.

MATTHEW McNEAL 12:15 PM – 1:00 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

Matthew McNeal is an unorthodox Americana singer-songwriter based in North Texas. Straying away from traditional country arrangements, he brings his songwriting together with unique, dynamic accompaniment with southern grit. His latest album, Compadre, was released last summer.

NATURAL ANTHEM 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

Natural Anthem is a popular pop and rock band based in Fort Worth. Band members Jake Murphy and Daniel Slatton are known for their dreamy, soulful sound and have won critical acclaim for their lead single “Paranoid.”

THE O’S 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

John Pedigo and Taylor Young are the musical duo behind Dallasbased band The O’s. The two have termed their genre “Good Timin’ Music” and are known for a melodic pop sound with elements of folk and Americana.

THE TONTONS 4:30 PM – 5:45 PM FOUNTAIN PLAZA

This Houston-based quartet has toured the country performing their soulful indie-rock music. Band members Asli Omar, Adam Martinez, Tom Nguyen, Justin Martinez, and Andrew Lee will close the Earth Day Texas outdoor festival with their upbeat performance and unique sound. Don’t miss it!

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KERA FAMILY ZONE SUPPORTED BY DFW CHILD MAGAZINE

INSPIRE THE INNER EXPLORER, SCIENTIST, ARTIST, AND GARDENER IN NORTH TEXAS CHILDREN AT THE KERA FAMILY ZONE! EARTH DAY TEXAS ISN’T JUST ANOTHER FAMILY FESTIVAL; IT IS AN INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE WHERE FUN MEETS HANDS-ON EDUCATION.

KERA CHARACTERS

AROUND THE EVENT

DIGIT AND NATURE CAT!

Digit, from the PBS Kid’s show Cyber Chase, and Nature Cat, from the TV show Nature Cat, will be at Earth Day Texas to meet families, take pictures with kids, and participate in fun learning activities.

LEGO® BUILD THE CHANGE During this three-day building event, children will be inspired to build their version of a more sustainable future using millions of LEGO® bricks.

KERA ACTIVITIES

BIKE TEXAS KIDS KUP

WILD KRATTS HABITAT ACTIVITY Learn how climate change, pollution, and other environmental changes endanger animals. Test your nature knowledge and work with a team on a plan to save these creatures and their habitats.

FRIDAY ON LY

NATURE CAT NATURE CHALLENGE Spin the nature wheel and test your knowledge of nature and the environment. Answer a question correctly, and you’ll win a cool KERA Kids prize!

SATU RDAY & SU N DAY

ANNABELLE’S ZOOFARI Come visit the animals at Annabelle’s Zoofari! This petting zoo features both zoo and exotic animals kids can meet for the first time.

SUSTAINABLE STORY TIME On Sunday, April 24, from 11:30 SU N DAY AM to 2:30 PM, Sustainable Story ON LY Time will feature children’s book readings for learning readers and their families. We will be introducing new books such as Our Great Earth Book and My Happy Earth for your literary pleasure.

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Bring the little ones and learn to ride a bike on this fun (and safe!) tot test track. Kids up to 8 years old can try out one of our fleet of balance bikes and show off their riding skills. Young riders race against themselves and each other at the BikeTexas KidsKup, a fun race for kids up to age 12.

NATIONAL PARKS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION Come celebrate the parks with real park rangers, family activities, and outdoor fun all weekend long.

THE NASA EXPERIENCE Learn what it’s like to be an astronaut, take pictures in an astronaut suit, and hear NASA’s plans for future missions into deep space.

TREE CLIMBERS INTERNATIONAL Learn how to climb trees rope-and-harness style with professional instructors on the tall, historic oaks at Fair Park.


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2119

2117

2115

E NDIS CHA MER BOOTH

2529

3321 3312 3310 3308 3306 3304 3302

3013 2612

2613 2512

2513

2420

2413 2316

2313

2230

2116

2113 1725 2012

3213 3211

3011

2611

2511

2418

2411

2311

2228

2114

2111 1723 2010

2112

2109

3209 3207 3205 3203

2610

LOU N

GE

3124

LOU N

GE

2409 2312

2309 2226

2507 2414

2407 2310

2307 2224

2110

2107 2006

2405 2308

2305 2222

2108

2105 2004

2403 2306

2303 2220

2106

2103 2002

3005 2604

2605 2504

2505 2412

3113

3003 2602

2603 2502

2503 2410

3111

3109 3107

3105 3103

2314

2509 2416

3212 3210 3208 3206 3204 3202

3000s

3122 3120 3118 3116

2510

3114

3112

3110 3108 3106 3104

STAGE 2

3323

2000s 3102

2408 2406 2404 2402

2218 2216 2214 2212

2210 2208 2206 2204 2202 2104 2102

FOOD COURT MEN

AUTOMOBILE BUILDING DEPARTMENTS

ENUE

34

AUTOMOTIVE & TRANSPORTATION

DEVELOPMENT & URBANISM

INFRASTRUCTURE & INDUSTRY

2008


56 357

372 373 374 370 371

358 359

375 376

300s

MEDIA LOUNGE

385 386 377 378 379

360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369

BACKSTAGE 1821

1819

1817

1815

1717 2009 1715

1713

1621

1619

1617 1615

1613

1513

1415

1413

1219

1217

1215

1119

1117

1115

1017

1015

1013

1011 1009

1916

1913

1818

1813

1722

1711

1511

2009 1914

1911

1816

1811

1720

1709

1809 1718

1707

1807 1716

1705 2119

2003 1908

1905 1810

1805 1714

2001 1906

1903 1808

1716 1803 1712

2011

L2122 OUN

GE

2005 1910

1312

1230 1228

1132

1130

1128 1038 1036 1034

1509 1410

1409 1310

1226 1224

1126

1124

1122

1032 1030 1028

1507 1408

1407 1308

1505 1406

1405 1306

1703

1503 1404

1403 1304

1222 1220 1120

1118

1116

1026 1024 1022

1701

1501

1716 1402

1401 1302

1218

1112

1110

1020 1018 1016

STAGE 1

2007 1912

EXHIBITOR LOUNGE WOMEN

1411

1216

1114

1007

1002

1000s

1000s 1904 1902

1412

1806 1804 1802

1710 1708 1706

1704 1702

1606 1604

1602 1506 1504 1502

1004 1204

1202 1106

1104 1102

1012

1010

1008 1006

GREEN ROOM

701 702 703 704 705

729 730

735 741 736 742

731 732 733 734

739 745 740 746

786 787 788 789 790 791

706 707 708 709 710 711 712 713 714 770 762 4 5 7 771 763 5 7 5 7 74 772 764 756 65 748 773 7 7 9 5 4 7 7 774 766 8 0 5 7 75 775 767 759 68 751 776 07 2 6 5 7 7 769 761 753

792 793 794 795 796 797 798

700s 662 663 664 665 666 35 667 668


CENTENNIAL HALL

LOT 3B

5127 5128 5129 5130 5131

5226

WOMEN 5627 5724 5727 5728

5326 5327 5328 5429

5126 5124

5125

5224

5225 5324

5123

5222

5223 5322

5323

5121

5220

5221

5320

5321

5119

5218

5219 5318

5117

5216

5217

5115

5214

5113

5110

5111

5108

5109 5208

5209 5308

5309 5408

5609 5708

5106

5107 5206

5207 5306

5307 5406

5607 5706

5104

5105 5204

5205 5304

5305 5404

5605 5704

5122 5120 5118 5116

5112

LOUNGE

0s

MEN

EDTX OFFICE

5423 5522

5523 5622

5623 5722

5421 5520

5521

5620

5621 5720

5319 5418

5419 5518

5519 5618

5619 5718

5316

5317

5416

5417 5516

5517

5616

5617 5716

5215

5314

5315

5414

5415 5514

5515

5614

5615 5714

5212

5213

5312

5313

5412

5210

5211

5310

5311

5410

5103 5202

5102

5101 5200

5100

5000s

5613 5712

STAGE

5611

5008 5010 5012 5014 5016 5018 5020

5710

5024 5026 5028 5030 5032 5034 5036

5006 5004 5002

SCIENCE ON A SPHERE 5050

5000

JOHN ALEXANDER ANTARCTIC ART EXHIBIT 5060 POSTER SIGNING

LOUNGE

215 216 214 213 211 212

209 210

204 205

217 218

200s

219 220 221 222

206 207 208 FOOD | WINE | SPIRITS | CULTURE

DEPARTMENTS

Presented by

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ACADEMIC – COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

SAVOR SUSTAINABLE FASHION & FOOD MARKET BEAUTY

2


GREEN ROOM

EXHIBITOR LOUNGE

5725 5824

5825 5924

5723 5822

5823 5922

5721

5820

5821 5920

5719 5818

5819 5918

5919 6018

5717

5816

5817 5916

5917 6016

5715

5814

LOUNGE

5915 6014 5913 6012

5713

5812

5813 5912

5711

5810

5811

5709 5808

5910

5809 5908

LOT 3D

5921

5911

6010

5909 6008

6015 6013 6011 6009

CENTENNIAL HALL 6110

6100 6102 6104 6106 6108

5707 5806

5807 5906

5907 6006

5705 5804

5805 5904

5905 6004

6112

6116

6114

6118 6120 6122

VOLUNTEER ENTRANCE 6124 6126

6128

6133 6134 6136

6130 6132

6240 6135 6137

6000s

6003 6005 6007 6201 6203 6205 6207 6209

6237 6437 6217 6219 6221 6223 6225 6227 6300 6215

6002

6334

6000

6332

6229 6231 6233 6235

LOUNGE

233 232 230 231

228 229

223 224

6301 6303 6305 6307

6316 6318

LOUNGE

238 239 240 241

247 248

242 243 244 245 246

225 226 227

NATURAL RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP

6314

6328

236 237

200s

6310 6312

6330

234 235

6239

WILDLIFE & LAND CONSERVATION

37

KEYNOTE STAGE


TREE CLIMBERS INTERNATIONAL

608 609 610 611 612

PETTING ZOO

TOWER BUILDING

613 625 624 623 622 621 620 619 618 617 616 615 614 626 627 628 629 630

Y

STAG

E

400

0s

4000 4100 4201

4101 4102

4203

4104

4304

631 632 633 634 635 636

4205

4302

4200

4300

7200

7217

7202

7107

7221 7320

7321

7322

7325

7327

7329

7027

7118

7117 7214

7227

7326

7229

7328

7029

7120

7119

7216

7030

ELECTRONICS, TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION 7033

7124

7121

7332

7035

7126

7037

7128

7235

7334

7130

7129 7226

7237

4402

DIN

4403

4404

4406

4408

G

4410

4412

4112

4315

4216 4317

4314

4414

7239

7338

7241

7340

7036

TEST

4407

4318

4320

4416

7134

7045 7136

7342

7044

TRA

7138

CK

7247

7048 7052 7054

7049

7140

7051 7142

7137 7234

7245

7046

7050

7047

7228

7243

4322

4324

7139 7236

7141

4118

4321

ROBBEST O FIEL TICS D 4240

7040

7043

7131

4319

4316

4116

4220

4328

YCLE

7042

7041

7132

7038

4218

4114

4326

GE

7336

7039

7123

7220

7231 7233

4400

4215

4214

7034

7122

7218

7330

4212 4313

7032

7031

4311

4312

4405

BUIL

N LOU

38

7324

7116

7111

7208

7225

7114

7025

7028

GE

7323

7223

7023

LACE

7024

N LOU

7319

7112

7206

7318

7022

7026

7021

7109

7219

ND P

7019

7110

7204

7020

NGE LOU

6

7105

7108

7018

DEPARTMENTS

7103

7017

7016

4309 4310

4306

E-B IC

4004

4105

4210

GE

7015 7106

7014

4208

N LOU

7012

GRA

4110

4211 4213

GE

7010

4108 4209

4202

4401

TOW ER

4106

4207

N LOU

F ROB IRST O FIEL TICS D

4002

4103

7056 7053

7144

7143

7058

7055

7146

7057 7148

7059

7150

7060

7061

7062

7064


39


643

631 632 633 634 635 636

645

654

647 652

651 650 649

672 673 674 7002 675 7004 676 7006

7000 7001 7003

7005

7101

7102

EXH I LOU BITOR NGE

700 0 7203 7302

7301 7303

7305

7307

7309

7205

7010

7009

7304

7011

STAG

7015 7106

7306

7209

7103

7308

7200 7211

7311

7310

7014

7215

7314

7316

7202

7108

DIN

7022

7107 7109 7206

7219

7023

7114

7025

7116

7221

7223

7322

7117 7214

7225

7324

7321 7325

7227

7326

7229

7328 7327

7329

7028

7029

7120

7030

7031 7033 7124

7119 7121 7218

7233 7332

7036

7035

7126

7037

7128

7235

7130

7129 7226

7237

4406

4408

TEST

4410

TRA

4412

4414

7338

7241

7340

7041

7132

7134

7045 7136

7138

4314

4407

4318

4320

4416

7247

7346

7051

7139 7236

7348

7251

7333

7253

7352

7141

7238

7056 7053

7144

7137

7249

7331

7054

7140

7234 7245

7052

7049

7146

7148

7240

7145 7242

7255 7257 7356

7335 7337

7057

7143

7354

7339

7060

7259

7358

7261

7360

7341

7059

7150

7062

7061

7152 7063

7147

7244

7345

HOME & GARDEN

7058

7055

7149

7154 7151

7246

7263 7265

43

4316

CK

7343

40

4216 4317

7048

7142

7350

GATES 5 & 6

7046

7050

7047

7228

7243

7342

7044

7043

7131

7344

FOOD & AGRICULTURE

4214

4315

7040

GE

7336

7239

7038

N LOU

7334

4404

G

YCLE

7042

7039

7123

7220

7231

7330

4403

7034

7122

7216

4212 4313

7032

GE

7323

7027

7118

7111

7208

LACE

7024

N LOU

7319

7112

E-B IC

ND P 7026

7021

7204

7318

7020

7019

7110

7320 7317

7018

GE

7315

7217

7105

7017

7016

N LOU

7313

7213

7312

7012

7013

E

7207

GRA

7007

7104

s

7201 7300

BUIL

7008

7100

4311

4405 4402

4215

4210

4312

4306

4400

4110

4211 4213

4208 4309

4310 4401

TOW ER

4108 4209

4202

NGE LOU

GRAND PLACE

648

F ROB IRST O FIEL TICS D

671

DEPARTMENTS

653

4200

NGE LOU

644

5

4207

4302 4300

7064

4322

43


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FOOD &FOFIBER OD &BUILDING FIBER BUILDING 9001 9003 9005 9007 9009 9011 9013 9015 9017 9019 9021 9023 9025 9027 9029 9031 9033 9000 9002 9004 9006 9008 9010 9012 9014 9016 9018 9020 9022 9024 9026 9028 9030 9032

9400 9402

9100 9102 9104 9106 9108 9110 9112 9101 9103 9105 9107 9109 9111 9113

9114 9116 9118 9120 9122 9124 9126 9128 9130 9132 9115 9117 9119 9121 9123 9125 9127 9129 9131 9133

9200 9202 9204 9206 9208 9210 9212 9214 9216 9218 9220 9222 9224 9226 9228 9230 9232 9201 9203 9205 9207 9209 9211 9213 9215 9217 9219 9221 9223 9225 9227 9229 9231 9233

9401 9403

9300 9302 9304 9306

DEPARTMENTS

9000s

9309 9310 9312

ACADEMIC – SCHOOLS

9314 9316 9318 9320 9321 9322 9324

LEGO BUILD THE CHANGE ®

9330

CHILDREN & FAMILY

EMBARCADERO BUILDING

E •DAY CONFERENCES

1 2 3 4 HIGH-POWERED INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS GATHER AT EDTX FOR SELECT CONFERENCES AND CONVERSATIONS.

RESILIENT TEXAS

MEETING ROOMSTOWN HALL MEETING AND LEGAL SYMPOSIUM

The Resilient Texas Forum at Earth Day Texas will explore how to handle environmental, structural, social, and economic challenges while improving the wellbeing of Texans. Hosted by the USGBC North Texas 5 6 Chapter, AIA Dallas, ULI of North Texas, Downtown Dallas Inc., GDPC, and CAPPA.

The general counsel of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Avi S. Garbow, will discuss what the EPA hopes to accomplish in the last eight months of the Obama administration. Joining him will be Ronald Bailey, a leading 7 author on the subject of climate change. A panel discussion will be lead by Teri Donaldson of DLA Piper, Houston.

VENTURE CAPITAL WORKSHOP

STAGE50 YEARS TEXAS WATER SUPPLY: THE NEXT 12

The Venture Capital Workshop, hosted by CAGIX and LACI, provides direct access to leading experts in venture capital and private equity. Includes a detailed approach to attracting favorable capital for early-stage companies and discussion about solving financial obstacles, uncovering opportunities, and avoiding pitfalls.

Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick will introduce key policymakers charged with ensuring that Texas has water for the next 50 years. A panel discussion will be lead by Derek Seal of the Winstead Law Firm in Austin with remarks made by Bech Bruun, chairman of the Texas Water Development Board.

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ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING THE CHALLENGE With 50 percent of the fish caught for human consumption coming from small-scale and artisanal fisheries, the livelihoods of these fishermen are crucial for their communities. To address all the management challenges facing these fisheries, we need to find innovative ways to collect data and use it to find solutions. PRESENTED WITH THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE & UNT INNOVATION GREENHOUSE

PRESENTED WITH THE DALLAS FESTIVAL OF IDEAS

EARTH TANK PRIZE Earth Tank Prize, an initiative of Earth Day Texas in concert with the Dallas Festival of Ideas (DFOI), will award a total of $25,000 in prize money to three environmental nonprofit groups with important conservation and sustainability projects in Texas.

Inspired by the popular show Shark Tank, the Earth Tank Prize will be a pitchstyle competition in which nonprofits participating in EDTx 2016 will be able to present their innovative ideas for conservation and environmental protection to a panel of EDTx and DFOI judges.

WHERE

Tower Building Stage

WHEN SUNDAY

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Judging

EARTH TANK FINALISTS Group 1 Prize: $3,000 • Downwinders at Risk • Rainforest Partnership • Texas Campaign for the Environment Group 2 Prize: $7,000 • Green Source DFW (Through Memnosyne Institute)

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• Retreet • Trinity Environmental Academy Group 3 Prize: $15,000 • Citizens Climate Education Corp. • Compatible Lands Foundation • National Wildlife Federation

THE HISTORY Launched in 2014 around Secretary of State John Kerry’s “Our Ocean” conference, Fishackathon was established to bring together volunteer coders to create tools to address challenges in sustainable fishing around the world.

WHERE

Centennial Hall

WHEN FRIDAY

5:30 PM Fishackathon Begins

SATURDAY

8 :00 AM – 9:00 PM Work space in THE HACKATHON Centennial Hall Kicking off Earth Day 2016, the U.S. Department of SUNDAY State will hold the third8 :00 AM – 12:00 PM annual Fishackathon from Submission April 22 to 24 in more 4:00 PM than 40 cities around Judging Panel begins the world. Volunteer on the Centennial Hall coders, technologists, Stage and designers will spend a weekend developing usable solutions to problem statements from fisheries experts around the world. At the end, teams will present their work to an expert panel of judges who will nominate a winner, eligible for worldwide grand prizes.

The EDTx Fishackathon will take place at the work space in Centennial Hall. The event will run from Friday at 5:30 PM to Sunday at 12:00 PM. Judging of the projects begins at 1:00 PM on Sunday.


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ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING WHERE The Campground Stage on Marine Square

WHEN SATURDAY 10:30 AM

Floresville Rancho de las Cabras

11:00 AM Lake Meredith National Recreation Area / Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument

NATIONAL PARKS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

CELEBRATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF OUR BELOVED NATIONAL PARKS! The National Park System was founded in 1916 to preserve the beautiful natural heritage of our country for all Americans to enjoy. Come celebrate the parks with real park rangers, family activities, and outdoor fun all weekend long. In their special outdoor exhibit, National and State Parks are bringing everything from real park rangers, explorer guidebooks, conservation trading cards, and park mascots. Children and families will have the opportunity to learn about park conservation through games, interactive activities, and even official junior park ranger training. All 16 national parks in Texas will come to EDTx! These parks include Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, Amistad National Recreation Area, Big Bend National Park, Big Thicket National Preserve, Chamizal National Memorial, El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail, El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail, Fort Davis National Historic Site, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park, Padre Island National Seashore, Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Site, The Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, and Waco Mammoth National Monument. For Texas families, the National Parks Conservation Association interactive exhibit is the perfect way to learn more about the natural wonders in our own backyard!

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12:00 PM Padre Island National Seashore

1:00 PM Fort Davis National Historical Site

1:30 PM Waco Mammoth National Monument

2:00 PM El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail

SUNDAY 11:00 AM

Big Thicket National Preserve

11:30 AM Big Bend National Park

12:00 PM Amistad National Recreation Area

1:00 PM San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

1:30 PM Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Site


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ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING

S ATU RDAY

LEGO BUILD THE CHANGE ®

The LEGO Group, whose mission is to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow, is bringing their fun and inspirational Build the Change event to Dallas. During this threeday building event, children will be inspired to build their version of a more sustainable future using millions of LEGO ® bricks. We look forward to seeing you and your family for hours of fun and creative LEGO play.

WHERE Food & Fiber Building

WHEN ALL-DAY FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY

During the Build the Change event, children will be asked to explore questions of development as they relate to the city of Dallas, specifically the debate over the future of Highway 345. The future leaders of our city will build what they find most valuable, whether it is walkability or highway accessibility, and how they envision Dallas to transform in the future.

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PRESENTED WITH THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION

LUNG FORCE WALK The LUNG FORCE Walk raises awareness of serious health risks like the frightening rise of lung cancer in women, the deadly disease COPD, daily challenges faced by asthma sufferers, and the pollution that threatens lungs and lives.

DID YOU KNOW? • Lung cancer is the No. 1 cancer killer in America, and most people aren’t aware. • Anyone can get it — if you have lungs, you can get lung cancer, and it’s on the rise in women. • More than 33 million Americans suffer from asthma, COPD (which includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis), and other lung diseases. • Every five minutes, a woman in the U.S. is told she has lung cancer.

WHERE Lawn of the Hall of State

WHEN SATURDAY 4:30 PM

Registration

6:00 PM Start


AND

ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT

EARTH DAY 2016

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EXHIBITORS: BY DEPARTMENT Dallas ISD – John B. Hood Middle School

ACADEMIC All Saints Episcopal School Fort Worth All Stars Project, Inc. Alpha Charter School Andrada Polytechnic High School Arlington ISD – Lamar High School Baylor University Baylor University – Louise Herrington School of Nursing Bricks 4 Kids

DCCCD – Richland College EcoRise Youth Innovations

Texas A&M AgriLife – Wildlife & Fisheries – College Station

Dallas ISD – John Ireland Elementary School

Education Opens Doors

Texas A&M University

Dallas ISD – Lincoln High School

Garland ISD – North Garland High School

Texas A&M University at Commerce

Dallas ISD – Margaret B. Henderson Elementary School

Generation E

Texas A&M University – College of Architecture

Dallas ISD – Mount Auburn Elementary School Dallas ISD – NAF – National Academy Foundation Dallas ISD – Paul L. Dunbar Learning Center Dallas ISD – Raul Quintanilla Middle School Dallas ISD – Rosemont Primary School – Chris V. Semos Campus

Grand Prairie ISD – Lorenzo De Zavalla Environmental Science Academy

Texas A&M University – College of Geosciences

Grand Prairie ISD – South Grand Prairie High School

Texas A&M University – Health Science Center

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD – Cannon Elementary School

Texas A&M University – School of Public Health

Greenhill School

Texas A&M University – Sea Grant

Harmony Public Schools – Harmony School Of Nature & Athletics – Dallas Huston-Tillotson University

Texas Christian University – Institute for Environmental Studies Texas State Technical College

Imagine Science

Dallas County Schools

Dallas ISD – School of Business and Management at Townview Center

Dallas ISD – Alex Sanger Elementary School

Dallas ISD – Seagoville High School

Lakehill Preparatory School

Trinity Environmental Academy

Dallas ISD – Amelia Earhart Learning Center

Dallas ISD – Social Studies Department

Lamplighter School, The

United Negro College Fund

Dallas ISD – Barack Obama Male Leadership Academy

Dallas ISD – South Oak Cliff High School

Lancaster ISD – Lancaster High School

University of Texas at Arlington – CLEAR

Legends of Basketball – Dallas Chapter

University of Texas at Austin – Environmental Science Institute

Dallas Baptist University

Dallas ISD – Barbara M. Manns Education Center Dallas ISD – Bryan Adams High School Dallas ISD – D. A. Hulcy Middle School Dallas ISD – Dr. Wright L. Lassiter Jr. Early College High School Dallas ISD – Eduardo Mata Elementary School Dallas ISD – Felix G. Botello Elementary School Dallas ISD – Gabe P. Allen Charter School Dallas ISD – J.P. Starks Elementary School

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Dallas ISD – STEM Health and Physical Education Dallas ISD – STEM Mathematics Department Dallas ISD – STEM Science Department Dallas ISD – Trinidad “Trini” Garza Early College High School DCCCD – Brookhaven College DCCCD – Cedar Valley College DCCCD – Mountain View College DCCCD – North Lake College

International Student Exchange

Mesquite ISD – Gray Elementary School New Home ISD

Texas Tech University – College of Arts & Sciences

University of Tulsa Westwood School, The

Presidio ISD Prosper ISD – Prosper High School Richardson ISD – Richardson High School

AUTOMOTIVE & TRANSPORTATION

Southwestern University Tarleton State University Texans Can Academies Texas A&M AgriLife – Blackland Research & Extension Center

AAA Texas, LLC Air Liquide Advanced Technologies American Airlines


Bruckner Volvo / Mack

Arborilogical Services, Inc.

City of Sulphur Springs

BYD Coach & Bus

Crow Collection of Asian Art

Cityplace Company

Carvana

Dallas Child Magazine

Cummins Westport

First Tee of Dallas

Clean Energy Systems, LLC

D2L Products

Great Seed Bomb, The

Elio Motors Enterprise Holdings EV Tech Fenton Hyundai-Mitsubishi GEICO

Coalition for a New Dallas

Green Toys

Corn Board Manufacturing Inc.

Lincoln Property Company

KERA / KXT

Crow Holdings Industrial

Lego Systems, Inc.

Dallas 2030 District

National Apartment Association

Lotus Shop, The

Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden

Takeaway Tee Foundation

Dallas Center For Architecture

Go Green Couriers

Tree Climbers International, TCI

Dallas Festival of Ideas

Go Green Smokeless Oil

Walt Disney Company, The

Hino Trucks

Wild Animal Sanctuary, The

GOe3

Idle Air

Wilderness Inquiry

Dallas ISD – Environmental Education Center Dallas ISD – L.G. Pinkston High School

National Biodiesel Board

Dallas Parks Foundation

Nissan North America, Inc.

Dallas Public Library

North Texas Electric Auto Association

Downtown Dallas, Inc.

North Texas Tesla Owner’s Group

DEVELOPMENT & URBANISM

Premier Truck Group Proterra Buses Rusty Wallis Honda / Volkswagen

African American Museum

Sewell Subaru

American Chemistry Council

Southwest / KIA Trophy Nissan

Architecture Demarest

World Sky Race

Associa

CHILDREN & FAMILY 20th Century Fox Annabelle’s Petting Zoofari

Interface Jubilee Park & Community Center

Our Great Earth Book

General Motors

Hotel Association of North Texas

Eagle Air and Refrigeration LLC.

North Texas Renewable Energy Group Oglesby Greene Architects Omni Dallas Hotel REC Group Recycle Revolution Reimagine Fair Park Ritoch-Powell & Associates Ritz-Carlton Dallas, The Schneider Electric Shraman South Asian Museum

Earth Tech USA

Smart Energy 360

Easy Turf

SolarPV.TV

Electric Distribution and Design Systems

Southern Methodist University – Hunt Institute

Fischer

Sustainable Turnkey Solutions

Forest City Frazier Revitalization, Inc. Gensler

TDIndustries Texas Discovery Gardens Texas Energy ABC

Austin Turf & Tractor

Good Fulton & Farrell Architects

Axium Solar

Go Solar Go

Baja Construction Co. Inc.

Greater Dallas Planning Council

Texas Trees Foundation

Green Hotels Association

Trammell Crow Residential

Balfour Beatty Construction Beck Group, The

Hilton Anatole

CEC Facilities Group

HKS Architects

City of Dallas – Urban Forest Advisory Committee

Home Solutions Center – Freedom Farms

Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance

Thanks-Giving Square

Trinity Commons Foundation Trinity River Vision Authority

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EXHIBITORS: BY DEPARTMENT Trinity Strand Trail

GeSI

Trust for Public Land, The

GE: Water & Process Technologies

Turtle Creek Association U.S. Green Building Council North Texas University of Texas at Arlington – College of Architecture, Planning & Public Affairs Urban Land Institute North Texas Village Apartments, The

Harmony Public Schools – Harmony School of Business – Dallas Huawei

University of Texas at Dallas – College of Engineering & Computer Science Water4 weMonitor, Inc YJ (USA) Corp

ilumi

Life Middle School Waxahachie

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

luminAID

ELECTRONICS, TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION Aethon Energy

Mad Science

American Diabetes Association

Mxros, Inc.

American Environmental Health Foundation American Lung Association

Allen High School

NASA / Johnson Space Center

Antarctic Art Exhibit

Allen ISD – Ereckson Middle School

One Earth Designs

Bernie Sanders Campaign

Pecan Street Inc.

Bridge Alliance

Presidio ISD – Solar Car Team

bridgeUSA

Billions in Change, LLC

Re-Teck – Electronics Recycling

Carbon War Room

Bollente, Inc.

Rollout

Carrollton – Farmers Branch ISD – R. L. Turner High School

Sacred Heart High School

American Lighting Association BEST Robotics

Coppell ISD – Coppell High School Solar Car Team Dallas ISD – STEM Educational Technology Department

Skydrop Skyven Technologies Solar Car Challenge Foundation Solar World Sun2Water

DFW Reclaimers Computer Recycling, Inc.

Sustainable Telecom Corp.

Eco Energy International

Tech Titans / Richardson Chamber of Commerce

Fiddler FIRST in Texas Foundation

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United States Department of Energy

Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, The Dallas County Democratic Party

Dallas Morning News, The Dallas Sierra Club Downwinders at Risk Education Fund Environmental Action

50 for the Future

Mansfield ISD – Ben Barber Career Tech Academy Solar Car Team

My Open Road

Corporate Accountability International

Dallas Interfaith Power & Light

Ingersoll Rand International Business Machines (IBM)

Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship

Captain Planet Foundation

Care2 Change Corps Citizens’ Climate Education Corp Clean Water Fund Climate Change National Forum College Republican National Committee Columbia University – Sabin Center for Climate Change Law Compassionate DFW ConservAmerica

Environmental Defense Fund Environmental Law Institute Environment America Environment Texas Federation for American Immigration Reform Friends of the Earth Future 500 Green Corps Green Library Green Source DFW Green Tea Coalition H/Cell Energy Corporation Ideal Impact Institute for Sustainable Development International Dark-Sky Association Islamic Relief League of Conservation Voters Log Cabin Republicans Moms Clean Air Force National Center for Atmospheric Research


NumbersUSA Education and Research Foundation Office of State Representative Angie Button Peace Corps Population Media Center

University of California at Los Angeles – Emmett Center on Climate Change World Affairs Council of Dallas / Fort Worth University of California at Los Angeles – Emmett Center on Climate Change

ItWorks! Independent Distributor Kuhdoo Soap Co. Majeza Jewelry Cleaner Miracles of Joy NYR Organic

Chilitepin King Chinook Seedery City of Plano Coca-Cola Cupcake Lodge

Panty Cakes

Dallas County Master Gardener Association

Point6

Dallas Farmers Market

Railroad Commission of Texas

Queen of Colour Cosmetics

Dallas Farmers Market Friends

Republican National Committee

Rbellah Naturals

Progressives for Immigration Reform Public Citizen

World Affairs Council of Dallas / Fort Worth

RawSkinCeuticals

FASHION & BEAUTY

Resources for the Future R Street Institute

Society of Environmental Journalists

31:13 Eco-friendly Accessories

Stonewall Democrats

Take Care of Texas / TCEQ

Roma Boots Shoebank.org

Share International / Dallas

SXSW Eco

Recycle 2 Support

Soap Hope

Swiss the Greener Dry Cleaner

Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance

Arbonne International

Ultra Balm Skin Care

Farmers Assisting Returning Military

Austin Rubber Co.

VSP Jewelry

Texans for Clean Water

Aveda

Texas Alliance for Heritage Resource Protection

B2B Naturals

Texas Campaign for the Environment

Blue Lux

Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation Tibetan Monks

D-Lish

American Textile Recycling Service

Virgo Natural Skin Care

Texas Muslim Democratic Caucus

DFW Truck Farm

Down to Earth Vegetarian Cuisine and Catering

Austin Footwear Labs

Texas Department of Transportation

Desert Creek Honey

Susan Soaps and More

Teachers Fighting Cancer of America

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)

Dallas ISD – Food & Child Nutrition Services

Gardein Gloria’s Premium Tortillas

Banner Theory

FOOD & AGRICULTURE

Brittany Kendrick Make Up

Deep Soaps doTerra International, LLC Ecoimprint, LLC Essentially Ally Gap Inc.

GMO Free USA Grapevine Grains GROW North Texas H9 Hydrogen-Rich Structured Water

Color by Amber Deborah Lindquist

Food Desert Solutions

4-H

Harvest Project

Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Inc.

Health Crusader, The

Brushy Mountain Bee Farm

Homestead Equipment and Maintenance

Buda Juice C & J Farms Can Manufacturers Institute

Turn Texas Green

Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Inc.

U.S. Climate Task Force

Green Man Studios, The

Center for Urban Sustainability Projects (CUSP)

UNICEF

Impact Eco Wear

Chef Milton Gourmet

Honey Bee Relocation Services It’s Organic 2 U Jammit Jam John Deere Kelley’s Honey Farm, LLC

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EXHIBITORS: BY DEPARTMENT Kellogg Kroger La Raye’s Bar-B-Que Sauce, Inc Little Herds Loliware Market Provisions Co.

Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (TOFGA), The Texas State Soil & Water Conservation Board Texas Toffee Queen, LLC Texas Veggie Fair

Mission Foods

Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association

Moss Haven Farm

Thunderbird Food Bars

Mr. Bill’s Kettle Corn

Tribal

NadaMoo!

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Paul Quinn College Payton’s Blend PepsiCo / Frito Lay Pure Harvest Foods Roots on Tap Samson’s Gourmet Hot Dogs Sandy Trail Farm School of Permaculture

Urban Chicken Inc. USDA Farm Service Agency USDA-NRCS Fort Worth Federal Center Vegan Noms Whiskey Ice Co. Wildroot Organic, Inc. Wolfsong Farm

Scorpion Gormet Hot Sauce Soil and Water Conservation Society Southwest Dairy Farmers Starbucks Sterling Tea

HEALTH & ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

Tarrant County College District Texas A&M AgriLife – Dallas Research & Extension Center Texas A&M AgriLife – Dallas Research & Extension Center – Food 3.0 Texas A&M Agrilife – Extension Service – Agriculture Texas Apiary Inspection Service Texas Department of Agriculture Texas Farm Bureau Texas Honey Bee Guild

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Bike Texas Go Global Travel Mariner Sails North Texas Women’s Softball Association Polaris eBikes REI Rock Chix Sports Organizaton Small Planet e-Bikes Whole Earth Provision Company


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EXHIBITORS: BY DEPARTMENT Greenland Technologies

ShelterWorks

Green Mountain Energy

Snap Power

Green Seal

Softub

Green Star Roofing

Sprinkl

Green Wolf Energy, Inc.

State Farm Insurance Cos.

Home Depot Inc, The

Statewide

1-800 SolarUSA.net

Hydrogen House Project

1 Solar Solutions

Ion Water Management

Sustainable Furnishings Council

A Bed Over My Head

Jeff The Sheet & Pillow Guy

Texas Irrigation Association

Always Travel With Us

Kellogg Garden Products

Texas Oasis Landscape

American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association

Kelly-Moore Paints

ThermaGro Greenhouse MFG

Kitchen Craft Cookware

Tiny House Expedition

BioHy Energy

Americraft

LeafFilter

Tiny House Outlet

Brittnie Harris

AZEK Building Products

LeafGuard of North Texas

Trex

Bath Planet

Living Earth

TXU Energy

Champion Waste & Recycling Services

Breeze Energy

Lone Star Champion Windows

Universal Windows

HOME & GARDEN

Bug-Bouncer Buildnative – Native Cabinetfacers Casa Linda Real Estate Clearview Energy Colors on Cabinets Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity Daylight Rangers Earth 911 Eco Friends Pest Control, Inc. Eco Last Fence EcoStar, LLC Elephant Trunk Moving EnTech Electronics Enviro Loo USA / SWSLoo, Inc.

Lone Star Synthetic Turf Milgard Windows

University of North Texas – College of Visual Arts & Design

Atmocean, Inc. Balcones Resources and Shred Bastrop County Baylor Scott & White Health

Children’s Health City of Dallas City of Dallas – Fire-Rescue

Viridian / Powur

City of Dallas Waste Division

New Life Hardwoods

Wealdstone Construction, Inc.

City of El Paso

Norwex Petersendean Roofing & Solar Ploughshare / Brim Seed Company

Weather Shield Window Film Yutumi ZeroRez

Plug Solar Polyguard Portable Solar LLC Powur

City of Georgetown City of Houston

City of Lewisville

INFRASTRUCTURE & INDUSTRY

Preservation Tree Services, Inc. PSW Real Estate

City of Garland

City of Irving

AHC Group

Recreational Resort Cottages

Air Alliance Houston

Geo-Thermal Distribution Granite Transformations

Renewal by Andersen

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Atlas Organics

Mosquito Steve

RBC Roofing

Gardenuity

American Wind Technologies

City of Dallas Planning & Urban Design Department

Rain Ranchers

EZ Hang Chairs

American Tiny House Association

Viridian

Morph Speakers

AEP – American Electric Power Company

Euroshield

American Sustainable Business Council

American Renewable Energy Institute, Inc. (AREI)

City of Richardson City of San Antonio Commercial Metals Co. Commodity Recycling Solutions, LLC CPS Energy Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport DART DFW Clean Cities


Drive Clean Texas East Dallas Community Org. (EDCO) Eco Cabins Eco Commercial Products Energy Africa Conference Energy Answers International Heat is Power IO Sustainability

Sustainable Energy and Coalition Tarrant Regional Water District

National Association of Water Companies North Central Texas Council of Governments NorthStar

McKinney Avenue Contemporary, The

Texas A&M – Texas

Caddo Lake Institute

Million Acre Pledge

Code Authority

Mystic Mandala

Colorado River Land Trust

Texas Association of

Coral Restoration Foundation

Natural Awakenings Magazine – Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex

Business

DCCCD – Eastfield College

Nestlé Waters

Texas Central Railway

DCCCD – El Centro College

New Beginnings Orphanages International

Transportation Institute

Association

Texas Military Department: Army/Air Guard

TrashBusters Inc.

PG&E Corp. Pratt & Whitney Public Utility Commission of Texas Retail Brand Leaders Revival Supply Co. Sabin Metal Corporation

Marine Mammal Care Center

Asia Pulp and Paper

North Texas Municipal Water District

Parkland Health & Hospital System

Maridoe Golf Club

for Applied Technology

The Best Little House in

Oncor

Lower Colorado River Authority

5 Gyres

North Texas Corporate Recycling Association

O3 Energy Solutions

Living Earth Ecological Institute, The

Texas A&M – Texas Center

Texas Asphalt Pavement Land Systems Corp

NATURAL RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP

Terraform Tiny House

Is That Recyclable? Kinect Medical

Alliance Rainfall Simulator

Economic Development

Texas

Dignity Memorial Environmental Media Association Federation of Fly Fishers Fishackathon

Trinity Improvement Association Trinity River Authority of Texas

Force Blue /Raider Project ForestNation Galveston Bay Foundation Georgia Aquarium

NOAA – Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary NOAA – National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA – National Weather Center at University of Oklahoma NOAA – National Weather Service – Ft. Worth / Dallas Weather Forecast Office

U.S. Air Force

Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas

U.S. Army Corps of

Greenpeace

North Texas Master Naturalists

Engineers

Groundwork Dallas

Pachamama Portal

UNICOR

H2O4TEXAS Coalition

Pelagic Fisheries Institute

UPS

H2O Conservation Technology Inc

Planet Experts

USDA Rural Development

Harpseals.org

Veolia Environmental

Rainforest Partnership Rainforest Trust

SolarCity

Services North America

International Fountain of Hope

Southern Methodist University – Dedman College – Geothermal Lab

Corp.

International Paper

Reef Relief

Whittle Wagon – “Everything

John Alexander Exhibit

Retreet

Tiny Living,” The

Keep Texas Beautiful

River Network

Zero Waste Heroes

Kids On the Land – SWDC

Save Our Springs Alliance

State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR)

Rare Conservation

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EXHIBITORS: BY DEPARTMENT Stanford University – Woods Inst. for the Environment Surfrider Foundation Sustainability Management Association Sustainable Forestry Initiative Texas Conservation Alliance Texas General Land Office Texas Historic Tree Coalition Thomas Kinkade Company / Earth Art Foundation Trinity Waters U.S. Army – Fort Hood Environmental University Corporation for Atmospheric Research – Center for Science Education University of North Texas – College of Engineering

Crisp Salad Company

Uinta Brewing

Texan By Nature

Front Room Tavern

Untapped Festival

Texas Land Conservancy

Garden Cafe

Texas Land Trust Council

Jennie Kelly

Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation

Jon Stevens Kalachandji’s Kitchen LTO Lyfe Kitchen

Patina Green

American Honey Bee Protection Agency

Patton Robertson

Audubon Texas

Pink Magnolia

Belantara Foundation

Porch, The

Boy Scouts of America

Salum Savor Dallas

Boy Scouts of America Circle Ten Council

Small Brewpub

City of Cedar Hill

Start: Real Food Fast

Compatible Lands Foundation

Stock and Barrel Tacodeli

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

Unleavened

Yale University – School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

UNTAPPED SUSTAINABLE BEER PAVILION Alaskan Brewing Company

SAVOR SUSTAINABLE FOOD MARKET

Ben E. Keith Deschutes Brewery Franconia Brewing Company Full Sail Brewing Harpoon Brewery

3015 Trinity Groves

Odell Brewing Co.

bbbop

Real Ale Brewing Company

Cafe Momentum

SanTan Brewing

Common Table, The

Sierra Nevada

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Wild Immersions

Wings of Love Bird Haven World Wildlife Fund

Creature Teacher Dallas Woods and Waters Club Dallas Zoological Society

Washed Ashore

Westrock

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Window to the Wild Inc

Nature’s Plate

Ursuline Academy of Dallas

Waterkeeper Alliance, The

WILDLIFE & LAND CONSERVATION

DFW Wildlife Coalition Fossil Rim Wildlife Center John Bunker Sands Wetland Center, Inc. Morgan Safenet Foundation, Inc. Mustang Heritage Foundation National Parks Conservation Association – National Parks Service National Wildlife Federation Native Prairies Association of Texas Nature Conservancy, The Quail Coalition / Park Cities Quail


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EXHIBITORS: BY DEPARTMENT

CROSS DEPARTMENT CATEGORIES AIR / CLIMATE

American Lighting Association

Native Prairies Association of Texas

Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance

American Lung Association

North Central Texas Council of Governments

Texas State Soil & Water Conservation Board

North Texas Corporate Recycling Association

Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association

American Sustainable Business Council

North Texas Electric Auto Association

Trinity Improvement Association

American Tiny House Association

North Texas Renewable Energy Group

Turtle Creek Association

Boy Scouts of America Circle Ten Council

North Texas Tesla Owner’s Group

ConservAmerica

Bridge Alliance

DFW Clean Cities

Can Manufacturers Institute

North Texas Women’s Softball Association

Downwinders at Risk Education Fund

Coalition for a New Dallas

Air Alliance Houston American Lung Association Carbon War Room Citizens’ Climate Education Corp Climate Change National Forum Columbia University – Sabin Center for Climate Change Law

Environmental Defense Fund Green Tea Coalition Ideal Impact Moms Clean Air Force NASA / Johnson Space Center NOAA – National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA – National Weather Center at University of Oklahoma NOAA – National Weather Service – Ft. Worth / Dallas Weather Forecast Office Stanford University – Woods Inst. for the Environment

American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association

Dallas Center For Architecture (AIA) Dallas County Master Gardener Association Environmental Media Association

Soil and Water Conservation Society

Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance

Southwest Dairy Farmers

Federation of Fly Fishers Greater Dallas Planning Council Green Hotels Association Green Tea Coalition H2O4TEXAS Coalition

Take Care of Texas / TCEQ Texas Tech University – College of Arts & Sciences

International Dark-Sky Association

University of California at Los Angeles – Emmett Center on Climate Change

ASSOCIATIONS Air Alliance Houston American Chemistry Council American Diabetes Association

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Save Our Springs Alliance

DFW Wildlife Coalition

Federation for American Immigration Reform

League of Conservation Voters National Apartment Association National Association of Water Companies

State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR) Sustainability Management Association Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition Sustainable Furnishings Council Tech Titans / Richardson Chamber of Commerce Texas Alliance for Heritage Resource Protection Texas Asphalt Pavement Association Texas Association of Business Texas Conservation Alliance Texas Historic Tree Coalition

National Biodiesel Board

Texas Irrigation Association

National Parks Conservation Association – National Parks Service

Texas Land Trust Council

National Wildlife Federation

Urban Land Institute North Texas Waterkeeper Alliance, The World Affairs Council of Dallas / Fort Worth

Retail Brand Leaders

Society of Environmental Journalists

Hotel Association of North Texas

U.S. Climate Task Force

Quail Coalition / Park Cities Quail

U.S. Green Building Council North Texas

Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (TOFGA), The

FOREST Asia Pulp and Paper City of Dallas – Urban Forest Advisory Committee ForestNation Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas International Paper Million Acre Pledge Rainforest Partnership Rainforest Trust Retreet Sustainable Forestry Initiative Texas Conservation Alliance Texas Historic Tree Coalition Westrock

MAJOR RETAIL Aveda Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Inc. Gap Inc. Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Inc. Home Depot Inc, The Kelly-Moore Paints Kroger


REI

DFW Reclaimers Computer Recycling, Inc.

Electric Distribution and Design Systems

Energy Answers International

EnTech Electronics

Dallas Woods and Waters Club

North Texas Corporate Recycling Association

Go Solar Go

Federation of Fly Fishers

Green Wolf Energy, Inc.

OCEAN

Recycle 2 Support

H/Cell Energy Corporation

GE: Water & Process Technologies

5 Gyres

Recycle Revolution

Heat is Power

Code Authority

Re-Teck – Electronics Recycling

Hydrogen House Project

Starbucks Whole Earth Provision Company

Sabin Metal Corporation

Living Earth Ecological Institute, The

Fishackathon

Shoebank.org

National Biodiesel Board

Force Blue / Raider Project

State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR)

NorthStar

Coral Restoration Foundation

Georgia Aquarium Greenpeace Harpseals.org Marine Mammal Care Center

TrashBusters Inc. Veolia Environmental Services North America Corp.

North Texas Renewable Energy Group O3 Energy Solutions Oncor

Clean Water Fund

Groundwork Dallas H2O4TEXAS Coalition H2O Conservation Technology Inc Ion Water Management John Bunker Sands Wetland Center, Inc. Lower Colorado River Authority Maridoe Golf Club

One Earth Designs

National Association of Water Companies

NOAA – Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary

Zero Waste Heroes

Powur

Nestlé Waters

RENEWABLE ENERGY

Public Utility Commission of Texas

North Texas Municipal Water District

Pelagic Fisheries Institute

Air Liquide Advanced Technologies

REC Group

Pecan Street Inc.

Ritoch-Powell & Associates

Rain Ranchers

American Lighting Association

Smart Energy 360

River Network

American Renewable Energy Institute, Inc. (AREI)

SolarCity

Save Our Springs Alliance

SolarPV.TV

Sun2Water

Solar World

Tarrant Regional Water District

Reef Relief Surfrider Foundation Texas A&M AgriLife – Wildlife & Fisheries – College Station Texas A&M University – Sea Grant Texas General Land Office Washed Ashore

RECYCLING & WASTE

American Sustainable Business Council American Wind Technologies

Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition

Andrada Polytechnic High School

Texas A&M University – College of Geosciences

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)

Texans for Clean Water

Atmocean, Inc.

Texas Energy ABC

Texas Irrigation Association

American Textile Recycling Service

Axium Solar

Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance

Texas State Soil & Water Conservation Board

Balcones Resources and Shred

BioHy Energy

U.S. Air Force

Trinity Commons Foundation

UNICOR

Trinity Improvement Association

Billions in Change, LLC

Can Manufacturers Institute

Breeze Energy

Champion Waste & Recycling Services

City of Georgetown

City of Dallas Waste Division

Dallas Interfaith Power & Light

Commercial Metals Co. Commodity Recycling Solutions, LLC Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, The

Clean Energy Systems, LLC

Dallas ISD – Environmental Education Center

USDA Rural Development Viridian Viridian / Powur

WATER

Earth Tech USA

American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association

Eco Energy International

Caddo Lake Institute

Trinity River Authority of Texas Trinity River Vision Authority Trinity Waters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Water4 Waterkeeper Alliance, The

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TOGETHER EMA AND EDTx WILL BRING AWARENESS AND ACTIVATION TO A NEW NETWORK OF INFLUENCES AND LEADERS AND CHAMPION SUSTAINABILITY, CONSERVATION, INNOVATION, AND SOLUTIONS THROUGHOUT THE NATION. T H I S I S A T I C K E T E D F U N D R A I S E R T O B E N E F I T T H E E F F O R T S O F E M A A N D E D Tx Earth Day Texas will join forces with the Environmental Media Association on Friday, April 22, 2016, for a new fundraising gala and film series introducing the people of Texas to the amazing work in environmental education, film, television, and celebrity role-modeling that EMA has accomplished over the past quarter century. This inaugural partnership will include celebrity icons and experts in sustainability and conservation discussing the most important issues of today, along with EMA’s curated film series of award winners and nominees scheduled to play on Saturday and Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS • Green carpet event with celebrity photo opportunities • Cocktail party with open bar and sustainably sourced hors d’oeuvres • Seated farm-to-table dinner with celebrity hosts • Celebrity and environmental hero talks and programming • Live auction • Renowned chefs and mixologists

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HOLLYWOOD HOST COMMITTEE Debbie Levin, President, EMA Malin Akerman Lance Bass Ed Begley, Jr. Frances Fisher Josh Fox Wendie Malick

David Margulies Amy Smart & Carter Oosterhouse Louie Psihoyos John Quigley Carla Shamberg Zoe Lister-Jones & Daryl Wein

EARTH DAY TEXAS HOST COMMITTEE Trammell S. Crow, Founder, EDTx Heather & Scott Alexander Cynthia & Brice Beaird Tricia & Gil Besing Brian Bolke Garrett Boone Diane & Stuart Bumpas Melina & Michael Cain Rhonda Sargent Chambers Gary Cogill & Hayley Hamilton Cogill Katherine & Key Coker Rozalyn & Robert Colombo Lisa & Clay Cooley Tiffany & Paul Divis Barb & Steve Durham Gail & Cliff Fischer Patti Flowers & Tom Swiley Cara & Jim French Joyce Goss Christine & Peter Handy Laree Hulshoff & Ben Fischer Jennifer & Tom Karol Maggie Kipp Ann Marie Lardner Muffin & John Lemak Bobby Lyle

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CEC Facilities Group cecfg.com Space: 1204

City of El Paso elpasotexas.gov Space: 1117

Center for Urban Sustainability Projects (CUSP) urbancusp.farm Space: 7217

Champion Waste championwaste.com Space: 2223 Change Corps changecorps.org Space: 2416 Chef Milton’s Gourmet Salts chefmilton.com Space: 7261 Children’s Health childrens.com Space: 2317

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Chilitepin King chilitepinking.com Space: 7137

Caddo Lake Institute caddolakeinstitute.us Space: 5130

Chinook Seedery chinookseedery.com Space: 7356

Citizens’ Climate Education Corp citizensclimateeducation.org Space: 5313

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City of Richardson cor.net Space: 3112

Commercial Metals Co. cmc.com Space: 2230

City of San Antonio sanantonio.gov Space: 3106

Commodity Recycling Solutions commodityrecyclingsolutions.com Space: 2221, 769

City of Sulphur Springs sulphurspringstx.org Space: 3315

Common Table, The thecommontable.com Space: 216

Cityplace Company cityplace.org Space: 1310

Compassionate DFW compassionatedfw.org Space: 5310

Clean Energy Systems, LLC cleanenergy-systems.com Space: 762

Compatible Lands compatiblelands.net Space: 197

Clean Water Fund cleanwaterfund.org Space: 5326

ConservAmerica conservamerica.org Space: 5314

Clearview Energy LP clearviewenergy.com Space: 7027

Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship conservativestewards.org Space: 5612

Climate Change National Forum climatechangenationalforum.org Space: 5307 Coalition for a New Dallas coalitionforanewdallas.com Space: 2306

Coca-Cola thecoca-colacompany.com Space: 2510, 565

Code Authority codeauthority.com Space: 5124

City of Georgetown georgetown.org Space: 2001

College Republican National Committee crnc.org Space: 6205

City of Houston houstontx.gov Space: 3120

Colorado River Land Trust coloradoriverlandtrust.org Space: 5822

City of Irving cityofirving.org Space: 3114

Color by Amber tayaschram.mycolorbyamber.com Space: 6118

City of Lewisville cityoflewisville.com Space: 3108

City of Plano planotx.org Space: 7306

Colors on Cabinets colorsoncabinets.com Space: 7031 Columbia University – Sabin Center for Climate Change Law web.law.columbia.edu/climatechange Space: 5304

Coppell ISD – Coppell High School Solar Car Team coppellisd.com Space: 473 Coral Restoration Foundation coralrestoration.org Space: 5119 Corn Board Manufacturing Inc. cornboard.com Space: 1015 Corporate Accountability International stopcorporateabuse.org Space: 767 Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, The dallascouncil.org Space: 5724 CPS Energy cpsenergy.com Space: 3104 Creature Teacher thecreatureteacher.com Space: 5809

Crisp Salad Company crispsaladco.com Space: 216

Crow Collection of Asian Art crowcollection.org Space: 535

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EXHIBITORS: ALPHABETICAL Crow Holdings Industrial crowholdings.com Space: 1114

Cummins Westport cumminswestport.com Space: 658 Cupcake Lodge cupcakelodge.com Space: 7244 D2L Products greenstuffabsorbent.com Space: 2116 Dallas 2030 District 2030districts.org/dallas Space: 1026 Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden dallasarboretum.org Space: 1717 Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity dallas-habitat.org Space: 1401

Dallas Baptist University dbu.edu Space: 6016 Dallas Center for Architecture dallascfa.com Space: 1224

Dallas Child Magazine dfwchild.com Space: 562 Dallas County Democratic Party dallasdemocrats.org Space: 6102 Dallas County Master Gardeners dallascountymastergardeners.org Space: 7310 Dallas County Schools dcschools.com Space: 711

Dallas Farmers Market dallasfarmersmarket.org Space: 7207 Dallas Farmers Market Friends dallasfarmersmarket.org Space: 7203 Dallas Festival of Ideas thedallasfestival.com Space: 5617

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport dfwairport.com/sustainability Space: 2220

Dallas ISD – J.P. Starks Elementary School dallasisd.org/page/2458 Space: 9116

Dallas Interfaith Power & Light dallasinterfaith.org Space: 5012

Dallas ISD – Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School dallasisd.org/domain/1224 Space: 9112

Dallas ISD – Alex Sanger Elementary School dallasisd.org/sanger Space: 9004 Dallas ISD – Amelia Earhart Learning Center dallasisd.org/earhart Space: 9128 Dallas ISD – Barack Obama Male Leadership Academy dallasisd.org/obama Space: 9203 Dallas ISD – Barbara M. Manns Education Center dallasisd.org/domain/651 Space: 9115 Dallas ISD – Bryan Adams High School dallasisd.org/page/1940 Space: 9205

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Dallas ISD – D. A. Hulcy Middle School dallasisd.org/hulcy Space: 9117

Dallas ISD – Margaret B. Henderson Elementary School dallasisd.org/page/2310 Space: 9106

Dallas ISD – Dr. Wright L. Lassiter, Jr. Early College High School dallasisd.org/lassiter Space: 9213

Dallas ISD – Mount Auburn Elementary School dallasisd.org/mountauburn Space: 9104

Dallas ISD – Eduardo Mata Elementary School dallasisd.org/mata Space: 9122

Dallas ISD – NAF – National Academy Foundation dallasisd.org/domain/14173 Space: 9202

Dallas ISD – Environmental Education Center dallasisd.org/page/863 Space: 6101

Dallas ISD – N. W. Harllee Elementary School dallasisd.org/domain/519 Space: 9016

Dallas ISD – Felix G. Botello Elementary School dallasisd.org/botello Space: 9120

Dallas ISD – Paul L. Dunbar Learning Center dallasisd.org/domain/1876 Space: 9102

Dallas ISD – Food & Child Nutrition Services dallasisd.org/page/6279 Space: 9018

Dallas ISD – Raul Quintanilla Middle School dallasisd.org/domain/635 Space: 9123

Dallas ISD – Gabe P. Allen Charter School dallasisd.org/allen Space: 9118

Dallas ISD – Rosemont Primary School-Chris V. Semos Campus dallasisd.org/domain/581 Space: 9014

Dallas ISD – School of Business and Management at Townview Center dallasisd.org/domain/659 Space: 9314 Dallas ISD – Seagoville High School dallasisd.org/domain/394 Space: 9209

Dallas ISD – Social Studies Department dallasisd.org/page/1316 Space: 9210 Dallas ISD – South Oak Cliff High School dallasisd.org/soc Space: 9217

Dallas ISD – STEM Educational Technology Department dallasisd.org/stem Space: 4302

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Dallas Morning News, The dallasnews.com Space: 539 Dallas Parks Foundation dallasparksfoundation.org Space: 1615

DART dart.org Space: 792

Daylight Rangers daylightrangers.com Space: 7049 DCCCD – Brookhaven College brookhavencollege.edu Space: 6004 DCCCD – Cedar Valley College cedarvalleycollege.edu Space: 6006 DCCCD – Eastfield College eastfieldcollege.edu Space: 6008 DCCCD – El Centro College elcentrocollege.edu Space: 5909 DCCCD – Mountain View College mountainviewcollege.edu Space: 6010 DCCCD – North Lake College northlakecollege.edu Space: 5905 DCCCD – Richland College richlandcollege.edu Space: 5911 Deborah Lindquist deborahlindquist.com Space: 6126 Deschutes Brewery deschutesbrewery.com Space: 345

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DFW Reclaimers Computer Recycling, Inc. dfwreclaimers.com Space: 4004

Dallas Sierra Club dallassierraclub.org Space: 5328

DFW Truck Farm gardeninspirations-tx.com Space: 7338

Dallas Woods and Waters Club dwwcc.org Space: 5714

DFW Wildlife Coalition dfwwildlife.org Space: 457

Dallas Zoological Society dallaszoo.com Space: 5718

Dignity Memorial dignitymemorial.com Space: 7058


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EcoRise Youth Innovations ecorise.org Space: 9304

Environment America environmentamerica.org Space: 5404

Force Blue / Raider Project raiderproject.org Space: 5115

GEICO geico.com Space: 559

doTerra International, LLC doterra.com Space: 6223

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Environment Texas environmenttexas.org Space: 5406

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Down to Earth Vegetarian Cuisine and Catering downtoearthdfw.com Space: 216

EDF – Moms Clean Air Force momscleanairforce.org Space: 5320

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Forest Nation forestnation.com Space: 5216

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Euroshield euroshieldroofing.com Space: 7128

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Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance farmandranchfreedom.org Space: 7302

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Geo-Thermal Distribution, Co. mygeothermal.com Space: 7009

Elio Motors eliomotors.com Space: 2002

Farmers Assisting Returning Military farmvet.org Space: 7304

Friends of the Earth foe.org Space: 5410

GeSI gesi.org Space: 2403

Front Room Tavern frontroomdallas.com Space: 216

Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas gsnetx.org Space: 1701

Downtown Dallas, Inc. downtowndallas.org Space: 1613 Downwinders at Risk Education Fund downwindersatrisk.org Space: 5321 Drive Clean Texas drivecleantexas.org Space: 5419 Eagle Air and Refrigeration LLC. texasoutdoorfurnacecompany.com Space: 1008

Earth 911 earth911.com Space: 7006

Energy Africa Conference bakermckenzie.com/ alglobalcommerceforummay16 Space: 1916

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Earth Tech USA earthtechusa.com Space: 771

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Galveston Bay Foundation galvbay.org Space: 5817

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Fiddler fiddler.xyz Space: 4100

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Enviro Loo USA/SWSLoo, Inc. swsloo.com Space: 7121

FIRST in Texas Foundation firstintexas.org Space: 4306

Gardein gardein.com Space: 5002

Eco Energy International ecoenergyinternational.com Space: 742

Environmental Action environmental-action.org Space: 2418

First Tee of Dallas thefirstteedallas.org Space: 9401

Garden Cafe gardencafe.net Space: 216

Eco Friends Pest Control, Inc. ecofriendspestcontrol.com Space: 7149

Environmental Defense Fund edf.org Space: 764

Fischer fischercompany.com Space: 1306

Ecoimprint, LLC ecoimprint.com Space: 1712

Environmental Law Institute eli.org Space: 5020

Fishackathon fishackathon.co Space: 5120

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Environmental Media Association green4ema.org Space: 5000

Food Desert Solutions fdsupplyco.com Space: 7216

GE: Water & Process Technologies gewater.com Space: 4310

Gloria’s Premium Tortillas gloriaspremiumtortillas.com Space: 7139

GMO Free USA gmofreeusa.org Space: 7206 GOe3 goe3.com Space: 752 Go Global Travel goglobal.travel Space: 746

Go Green Couriers gogreencouriers.com Space: 2226

Gardenuity gardenuity.com Space: 7132

Go Green Smokeless Oil gogreensmokelessoil.com Space: 2115

Good Fulton & Farrell Architects gff.com Space: 1038 Goodwill goodwilldallas.org Space: 6229

Go Solar Go gosolargoinc.com Space: 753

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EXHIBITORS: ALPHABETICAL Grand Prairie ISD – Lorenzo De Zavalla Environmental Science Academy gpisd.org/domain/31 Space: 9105

Grand Prairie ISD – South Grand Prairie High School sgpenv.webs.com Space: 9024

Granite Transformations granitetransformations.com Space: 7038

Grapevine – Colleyville ISD – Cannon Elementary School gcisd-k12.org/domain/1428 Space: 9028 Grapevine Grains grapevinegrains.com Space: 7259 Greater Dallas Planning Council gdpc.org Space: 1518 Great Seed Bomb, The greatseedbomb.org Space: 9013

Green Source DFW greensourcedfw.org Space: 5226 Green Star Roofing hbgreenstar.com Space: 7126 Green Tea Coalition twitter.com/greenteaco Space: 5412 Green Toys greentoys.com Space: 5725 Green Wolf Energy, Inc. greenwolfsolar.com Space: 7003 Groundwork Dallas groundworkdallas.org Space: 230

GROW North Texas grownorthtexas.org Space: 7300 H/Cell Energy Corporation hcellenergy.com Space: 729

Green Corps greencorps.org Space: 5036

H2O4TEXAS Coalition h2o4texas.org Space: 5421

Greenhill School greenhill.org Space: 9100

Green Hotels Association greenhotels.com Space: 1606 Greenland Technologies gtweb.co Space: 1004 Green Library earthdaytx.org Space: 6013

Green Man Studios, The thegreenmanstudios.com Space: 6240 Green Mountain Energy greenmountain.com Space: 7061, 776

H2O Conservation Technology Inc h2oconservationtechnology.com Space: 747 H9 Hydrogen-Rich Structured Water h9water.com/stacykline Space: 7354 Harmony Public Schools – Harmony School of Business hsbdallas.org Space: 9214

Harmony Public Schools – Harmony School Of Nature & Athletics – Dallas hsnature.org Space: 9220

Harvest Project facebook.com/ harvestprojectdallas Space: 7214 Health Crusader, The mygardentower.com Space: 7022

Heat is Power heatispower.org Space: 1913 Hilton Anatole anatole.hilton.com Space: 1504

Hino Trucks hino.com Space: 593

HKS Architects hksinc.com Space: 1130

Home Depot Inc, The homedepot.com Space: 2507

It’s Organic 2 U itsorganic2u.com Space: 7308

ilumi ilumi.co Space: 4201

ItWorks! Independent Distributor teamneverquit.myitworks.com Space: 6316

Imagine Science imaginesci.org/dallas Space: 9302

Jammit Jam jammitjam.com Space: 7246

Impact Eco Wear impactecoglobal.com/ impactecowear.html Space: 6120

Jeff the Sheet & Pillow Guy festivalnet.com/jeff_the_sheet_ and_pillow_guy Space: 7034

Ingersoll Rand ingersollrand.com Space: 2410

Jennie Kelly theperfectlastbite.com Space: 216

Institute for Sustainable Development isdus.org Space: 2403

Joey Britt ezhangchairs.com Space: 564

Interface interface.com Space: 2509

John Alexander Exhibit johnalexanderstudios.com Space: 5060 John Bunker Sands Wetland Center, Inc. wetlandcenter.com Space: 2517

Homestead Equipment and Maintenance, llc-BCS homesteadgristmill.com Space: 7344

International Dark-Sky Association darksky.org Space: 5004

John Deere deere.com Space: 535

Honey Bee Relocation Services honeybeerelocationservices.com Space: 7200

International Fountain of Hope lovehopewater.org Space: 7064

Jon Stevens stockandbarreldallas.com Space: 216

Jubilee Park & Community Center Corporation jubileecenter.org Space: 1407

International Student Exchange iseusa.org Space: 9212

Kalachandji’s kalachandjis.com Space: 216

IO Sustainability iosustainability.com Space: 2403

Keep Texas Beautiful ktb.org Space: 5026

Ion Water Management ionwm.com Space: 7004

Kelley’s Honey Farm, LLC kelleyhoney.com Space: 7255

Islamic Relief policy.islamic-relief.com Space: 7047

Kellogg kelloggcompany.com Space: 2511

Hotel Association of North Texas hantx.org Space: 1402 Huawei huawei.com Space: 4214

International Paper internationalpaper.com Space: 5211

Harpoon Brewery harpoonbrewery.com Space: 345

Green Seal greenseal.org Space: 7101

Harpseals.org harpseals.org Space: 5110

Hydrogen House Project hydrogenhouseproject.org Space: 450

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Idle Air idleair.com Space: 2216

International Business Machines (IBM) ibm.com Space: 4208

Greenpeace greenpeace.org Space: 5126

Is That Recyclable? earthdaytx.org Space: 2310

Home Solutions Center – Freedom Farms homesolutionscenter.org Space: 3319

Huston-Tillotson University htu.edu Space: 6018

Ideal Impact idealimpactinc.com Space: 5010


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EXHIBITORS: ALPHABETICAL Kellogg Garden Soils kellogggarden.com Space: 7131

League of Conservation Voters lcv.org Space: 6116

Mad Science dallas.madscience.org Space: 4300

Moss Haven Farm mosshavenfarm.org Space: 7205

Nature Conservancy, The nature.org/texas Space: 5819

Kelly-Moore Paints kellymoore.com Space: 7122

Legends of Basketball - Dallas Chapter nbrpadallas.com Space: 7060

Majeza Jewelry Cleaner majeza.com Space: 7143

Mr. Bill’s Kettle Corn mrbillskettlecorn.com Space: 385

Nestlé Waters nestle-waters.com Space: 5204

Lego Systems, Inc. lego.com Space: 9330

Mansfield ISD – Ben Barber Career Tech Academy Solar Car Team mansfieldisd.org Space: 472

Mustang Heritage Foundation mustangheritagefoundation.org Space: 420

Life Middle School Waxahachie lms.lifeschools.net Space: 4240

Maridoe Golf Club maridoe.com Space: 530

Kinect Medical kinectmedical.com Space: 2419

Lincoln Property Company lpc.com Space: 529

Kitchen Craft Cookware kitchencraftcookware.com Space: 7151

Little Herds littleherds.tumblr.com Space: 7257

Marine Mammal Center/Pacific Gas & Electric marinemammalcare.org Space: 5108

Kitchen LTO kitchenlto.com Space: 216

Living Earth livingearth.net Space: 7105

Kroger kroger.com Space: 7117

Living Earth Ecological Institute, The livingearthinstitute.org Space: 1803

KERA / KXT kera.org Space: 536

Kids On the Land – SWDC Alliance Rainfall Simulator kidsontheland.org Space: 242

Kuhdoo Soap Co kuhdoosoap.com Space: 6131 Lakehill Preparatory School lakehillprep.org Space: 9032

Lamplighter School, The thelamplighterschool.org Space: 247

Lancaster ISD – Lancaster High School lancasterisd.org Space: 9127

Log Cabin Republicans logcabin.org Space: 6207

Loliware loliware.com Space: 7120 Lone Star Champion Windows getchampion.com Space: 7051 Lone Star Synthetic Turf lonestarsyntheticturf.com Space: 7109

Land Systems Corp landsystemscorp.com Space: 2204

Lotus Shop, The crowcollection.org/shop Space: 1009

La Raye’s Bar-B-Que Sauce, Inc larayesbbqsauce.net Space: 7337

Lower Colorado River Authority lcra.org Space: 5824

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LeafGuard of North Texas leafguardgutters.com Space: 7148

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Mariner Sails mariner-sails.com Space: 540

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NASA / Johnson Space Center spacecenter.org Space: 4216

Market Provisions Co dallasfarmersmarket.org Space: 7201

National Apartment Association naahq.org Space: 1110

McKinney Avenue Contemporary, The the-mac.org Space: 1809

National Association of Water Companies nawc.org Space: 2405

Mesquite ISD – Gray Elementary School mesquiteisd.org Space: 9125

National Biodiesel Board biodiesel.org Space: 659

Milgard Windows milgard.com Space: 556

National Center for Atmospheric Research ncar.ucar.edu Space: 5906

Million Acre Pledge millionacrepledge.org Space: 5206 Miracles of Joy miraclesofjoy.org Space: 6318 Mission Foods missionfoodservice.com Space: 671

Morgan Safenet Foundation, Inc. morgansafenet.com Space: 431

National Parks Conservation Association – National Parks Service npca.org Space: 119 National Wildlife Federation nwf.org Space: 5607 Native Prairies Association of Texas texasprairie.org Space: 5820

luminAID luminaid.com Space: 4401

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Natural Awakenings Magazine – Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex nadallas.com Space: 233

Lyfe Kitchen lyfekitchen.com Space: 216

Mosquito Steve mosquitosteve.com Space: 7150

Nature’s Plate naturesplate.biz Space: 216

New Beginnings Orphanages International nboi.org Space: 7062 New Home ISD newhomeisd.org Space: 9111 New Life Hardwoods newlifehardwoods.com Space: 1002 Nissan North America, Inc. nissanusa.com Space: 640

NOAA – Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary flowergarden.noaa.gov Space: 5101

NOAA – National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration noaa.gov Space: 5100

NOAA – National Weather Center at University of Oklahoma nwc.ou.edu Space: 5100 NOAA – National Weather Service – Ft. Worth/Dallas Weather Forecast Office srh.noaa.gov/fwd Space: 5102 North Central Texas Council of Governments nctcog.org Space: 2106

NorthStar northstarbattery.com Space: 757

North Texas Corporate Recycling Association ntcra.org Space: 2227 North Texas Electric Auto Association nteaa.org Space: 800


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EXHIBITORS: ALPHABETICAL North Texas Master Naturalists ntmn.org Space: 5722

Our Great Earth Book ourgreatearthbook.com Space: 9130

Plug Solar plug.solar Space: 7039

PSW Real Estate pswrealestate.com Space: 516

North Texas Municipal Water District ntmwd.com Space: 2515

Pachamama Portal pachamamaportal.com Space: 7145

Point6 point6.com Space: 6310

Public Citizen texasvox.org Space: 5223

Pacific Gas & Electric Space: 5108

Polaris eBikes polarisebikes.com Space: 636

Public Utility Commission of Texas puc.state.tx.us Space: 3312, 768

Polyguard polyguardbarriers.com Space: 7054

Pure Harvest Foods pureharvests.com Space: 519

Population Media Center populationmedia.org Space: 5423

Quail Coalition / Park Cities Quail parkcitiesquail.org Space: 5805

Porch, The theporchrestaurant.com Space: 216

Queen of Colour Cosmetics queenofcolourpl.com Space: 6221

Portable Solar LLC portablesolarllc.com Space: 7041

Railroad Commission of Texas rrc.state.tx.us Space: 5515

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Rainforest Partnership rainforestpartnership.org Space: 5215

North Texas Renewable Energy Group ntreg.org Space: 1906 North Texas Tesla Owner’s Group nttog.com Space: 800

North Texas Women’s Softball Association ntxwsa.com Space: 430 Norwex laurenstevenson.norwex.biz Space: 7057

NumbersUSA Education and Research Foundation numbersusa.com Space: 5614

NYR Organic us.nyrorganic.com/shop/lizsmith Space: 6312 O3 Energy Solutions o3energysolutions.com Space: 1910 Odell Brewing Co. odellbrewing.com Space: 345

Office of State Representative Angie Button house.state.tx.us/members/ member-page/?district=112 Space: 6110

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Patina Green patinagreenhomeandmarket.com Space: 216

Patton Robertson wolfgangpuck.com Space: 216

Paul Quinn College pqc.edu Space: 7218

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Oglesby Greene Architects oglesbygreene.com Space: 1415

Petersendean Roofing & Solar petersendean.com Space: 7037

Omni Dallas Hotel omnihotels.com Space: 1604

Pink Magnolia pinkmagnoliadallas.com Space: 216

Oncor oncor.com Space: 3203

One Earth Designs oneearthdesigns.com Space: 244

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Recycle Revolution recyclerevolutiondallas.com Space: 159, 480, 670

Pratt & Whitney pw.utc.com Space: 2402

Premier Truck Group premiertruck.com Space: 550

Preservation Tree Services, Inc. preservationtree.com Space: 7106

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Planet Experts planetexperts.com Space: 538

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Ploughshare / Brim Seed Company brimseed.com Space: 7146

Proterra Buses proterra.com Space: 542

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Rainforest Trust rainforesttrust.org Space: 5208

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Rain Ranchers rainranchers.com Space: 462

Retail Brand Leaders rila.org Space: 2513

Rare Conservation rare.org Space: 5218

Re-Teck – Electronics Recycling re-teckusa.com Space: 4105

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RBC Roofing rbcroofing.com Space: 7129 Rbellah Naturals rbellah.com Space: 6215 Real Ale Brewing Company realalebrewing.com Space: 345

Revival Supply Co. revivalsupply.co Space: 503

Richardson ISD – Richardson High School risd.org Space: 9103

REC Group recgroup.com Space: 1106

Ritoch-Powell & Associates ritochpowell.com Space: 1716

Recreational Resort Cottages recreationalresortcottages.com Space: 464

Ritz-Carlton Dallas, The ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/dallas Space: 1502


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EXHIBITORS: ALPHABETICAL River Network rivernetwork.org Space: 243

Scorpion Gourmet Hot Sauce scorpiongourmet.com Space: 7265

Rock Chix Sports Organizaton ntxwsa.com Space: 429

Sewell Subaru sewellsubaru.com Space: 145

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Roma Boots romaboots.com Space: 6130 Roots on Tap rootsontap.com Space: 7333 R Street Institute rstreet.org Space: 5615 Rusty Wallis Honda / Volkswagen www.rustywallishonda.com Space: 435

Sabin Metal Corporation sabinmetal.com Space: 2407 Sacred Heart High School school.shmuenster.com Space: 4240 Salum salumrestaurant.com Space: 216

Samson’s Gourmet Hot Dogs samsonshotdogs.com Space: 902

Sandy Trail Farm sandytrailfarm.com Space: 7360 SanTan Brewing santanbrewing.com Space: 345

Save Our Springs Alliance sosalliance.org Space: 5129 Savor Dallas savordallas.com Space: 216

ShelterWorks faswall.com Space: 7043 Shoebank.org shoebank.org Space: 6133 Shraman South Asian Museum shraman.org Space: 1819

Sierra Nevada sierranevada.com Space: 345

Skydrop skydrop.com Space: 4205

Solar Car Challenge Foundation solarcarchallenge.org Space: 477

Statewide statewideremodeling.com Space: 7136

SolarCity solarcity.com Space: 1903

Sterling Tea sterlingtea.com Space: 7335

SolarPV.TV solarpv.tv Space: 2502

Stock and Barrel stockandbarreldallas.com Space: 216

Solar World solarworld.com Space: 4314 Southern Methodist University – Dedman College – Geothermal Lab smu.edu/geothermal Space: 1911 Southern Methodist University – Hunt Institute smu.edu/lyle/institutes/ huntinstitute Space: 1413 Southwest / KIA southwestkia.com Space: 644

Small Brewpub smallbrewpub.com Space: 216

Southwest Dairy Farmers southwestdairyfarmers.com Space: 673

Small Planet e-Bikes smallplanetebikes.com Space: 635

Southwestern University southwestern.edu Space: 2003

Smart Energy 360 smartenergy360.com Space: 1912

Sprinkl sprinkl.io Space: 7015

Snap Power snappower.com Space: 7103

Stanford University – Woods Inst. for the Environment woods.stanford.edu Space: 5008

Soap Hope store.soaphope.com Space: 6300

Schneider Electric schneider-electric.com Space: 1124 School of Permaculture workingwithnature.org Space: 7305

Softub softub.com Space: 7010

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State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR) recyclingstar.org Space: 2309

Skyven Technologies skyven.co Space: 4200

Society of Environmental Journalists sej.org Space: 5024

Soil and Water Conservation Society swcs.org Space: 7208

Stonewall Democrats stonewalldemocratsofdallas.org Space: 6104 Sun2Water suntowater.com Space: 4405

Surfrider Foundation facebook.com/surfriderfoundation-texas-upper-coastchapter-136098459796578 Space: 5116 Susan Soaps and More susansoaps.com Space: 6334 Sustainability Management Association sustainabilityma.org Space: 5907 Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition seedcoalition.org Space: 5322

Takeaway Tee Foundation takeawaytee.org Space: 9300 Take Care of Texas/TCEQ takecareoftexas.org Space: 5521

Tarleton State University tarleton.edu Space: 6013

Tarrant County College District tccd.edu Space: 7233 Tarrant Regional Water District trwd.com Space: 3323 TDIndustries tdindustries.com Space: 1014

Teachers Fighting Cancer of America teachersfightingca.wix.com/tfca Space: 6000 Tech Titans/Richardson Chamber of Commerce metroplextbc.org Space: 4116

Terraform Tiny House terraformth.com Space: 467

Texan By Nature texanbynature.org Space: 5609 Texans Can Academies dallascan.org Space: 9321

Sustainable Furnishings Council sustainablefurnishings.org Space: 7021

Texans for Clean Water texansforcleanwater.com Space: 5621

Sustainable Telecom Corp. sustainabletelecom.com Space: 4316

Texas A&M AgriLife – Blackland Research & Extension Center blackland.tamu.edu Space: 5921

Starbucks starbucks.com Space: 2414

Sustainable Turnkey Solutions stsusgroup.com Space: 1032

Start: Real Food Fast startrestaurant.net Space: 216

Swiss the Greener Dry Cleaner greenswisscleaners.com Space: 6122

State Farm Insurance Cos. statefarm.com Space: 7056

SXSW Eco sxsweco.com Space: 4002

Sustainable Forestry Initiative sfiprogram.org Space: 5205

Tacodeli tacodeli.com Space: 216

Texas A&M AgriLife – Dallas Research & Extension Center dallas.tamu.edu Space: 662

Texas A&M AgriLife – Dallas Research & Extension Center Food 3.0 food3point0.com Space: 7202


• DENOTES MULTIPLE EXHIBIT SPACES Texas A&M Agrilife – Extension Service-Agriculture dallas.tamu.edu Space: 7312

Texas Association of Business txbiz.org Space: 3311

Texas Irrigation Association txia.org Space: 7000

Texas Trees Foundation texastrees.org Space: 1705

Trinity Commons Foundation trinityriverdallas.org Space: 1713

Texas A&M AgriLife – Wildlife & Fisheries – College Station agrilifeextension.tamu.edu Space: 6027

Texas Campaign for the Environment texasenvironment.org Space: 5016

Texas Land Conservancy texaslandconservancy.org Space: 5823

Texas Veggie Fair texasveggiefair.com Space: 239

Trinity Environmental Academy dallasgreenlearning.org Space: 9000

Texas A&M – Texas Center for Applied Technology tcat.tamu.edu Space: 773

Texas Central Railway texascentral.com Space: 2202

Texas A&M – Texas Transportation Institute looklearnlive.org Space: 2210

Texas Christian University – Institute for Environmental Studies ensc.tcu.edu Space: 6009

Texas A&M University tamu.edu Space: 5923 Texas A&M University at Commerce tamuc.edu/academics/colleges/ scienceengineeringagriculture Space: 5922

Texas A&M University – College of Architecture arch.tamu.edu Space: 6023 Texas A&M University – College of Geosciences geosciences.tamu.edu Space: 6020

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) tceq.texas.gov/waterquality/tmdl Space: 5520 Texas Conservation Alliance tcatexas.org Space: 5123

Texas Land Trust Council texaslandtrustcouncil.org Space: 5825 Texas Military Department: Army/Air Guard tmd.texas.gov/txarng-recruitment Space: 1807 Texas Muslim Democratic Caucus mdctx.org Space: 6108 Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation tmwf.org Space: 9315 Texas Oasis Landscape texasoasis.net Space: 7017

Texas Department of Agriculture gotexan.org Space: 7245

Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (TOFGA), The tofga.org Space: 7209

Texas Department of Transportation txdot.gov Space: 5415

Texas Parcel, Inc. texasparcel.net Space: 7339

Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association txwines.org Space: 7249 Thanks-Giving Square thanksgiving.org Space: 1815 ThermaGro Greenhouse MFG thermagro.com Space: 740 Thomas Kinkade Company / Earth Art Foundation thomaskinkade.com Space: 3003

Thunderbird Food Bars thunderbirdbar.com Space: 7358 Tibetan Monks Space: 1007 Tiny House Expedition tinyhouseexpedition.com Space: 511

Trinity Improvement Association Space: 1805 Trinity River Authority of Texas trinityra.org Space: 1816

Trinity River Vision Authority trinityrivervision.org Space: 3102 Trinity Strand Trail trinitystrand.org Space: 1619 Trinity Waters trinitywaters.org Space: 1711 Trophy Nissan trophynissan.com Space: 637

Trust for Public Land, The tpl.org Space: 101

Turn Texas Green turntexasgreen.wordpress.com Space: 5323 Turtle Creek Association turtlecreekassociation.org Space: 1722

Texas Discovery Gardens texasdiscoverygardens.org Space: 1706

Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation tpwf.org Space: 458

Tiny House Outlet tinyhousedirect.com Space: 444

Texas A&M University – School of Public Health sph.tamhsc.edu Space: 5925

Texas Energy ABC texasenergyabc.com Space: 1804

Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance treia.org Space: 1806

Trammell Crow Residential tcr.com Space: 1120

Texas A&M University – Sea Grant texas-sea-grant.tamu.edu Space: 6022

Texas Farm Bureau txfb-ins.com Space: 7221

Texas State Soil & Water Conservation Board tsswcb.texas.gov Space: 7332

TrashBusters Inc. trashbustersdfw.com Space: 1020

Texas Alliance for Heritage Resource Protection Space: 5522

Texas General Land Office glo.texas.gov Space: 3309

Texas State Technical College tstc.edu Space: 5908

Tree Climbers International, TCI treeclimbing.com Space: 570

Texas Apiary Inspection Service txbeeinspection.tamu.edu Space: 7215

Texas Historic Tree Coalition dallastrees.org Space: 5219

Texas Tech University – College of Arts & Sciences depts.ttu.edu/artsandsciences Space: 442

Trex trex.com Space: 7142

UNICOR unicor.gov Space: 2312, 6135

Texas Honey Bee Guild txbeeguild.org Space: 7211

Texas Toffee Queen, LLC texastoffeequeen.com Space: 7242

Tribal livetribal.com Space: 7251

United Negro College Fund uncf.org Space: 5917

Texas A&M University – Health Science Center tamhsc.edu Space: 6025

Texas Asphalt Pavement Association texasasphalt.org Space: 2208

TXU Energy txu.com Space: 7046

Uinta Brewing uintabrewing.com Space: 345

Ultra Balm Skin Care ultrabalm.net Space: 6328 UNICEF unicefusa.org Space: 6002

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EXHIBITORS: ALPHABETICAL United States Department of Energy energy.gov Space: 4108

Universal Windows universalwindowsdallasfortworth.com Space: 7026

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research – Center for Science Education scied.ucar.edu Space: 5904 University of California at Los Angeles – Emmett Center on Climate Change law.ucla.edu/centers/ environmental-law/emmettinstitute-on-climate-change-andthe-environment/who-we-are Space: 5306 University of North Texas – College of Engineering engineering.unt.edu Space: 5122 University of North Texas – College of Visual Arts & Design Art.unt.edu Space: 7116

University of Texas at Arlington – CLEAR clear.uta.edu Space: 5913

University of Texas at Arlington – College of Architecture, Planning & Public Affairs uta.edu/architecture Space: 1017 University of Texas at Austin – Environmental Science Institute esi.utexas.edu Space: 6012

University of Texas at Dallas – College of Engineering & Computer Science ecs.utdallas.edu Space: 4112

Untapped untapped-festival.com Space: 345

UPS ups.com Space: 2406, 523

Urban Chicken Inc. urbanchickeninc.com Space: 7303 Urban Land Institute North Texas northtexas.uli.org Space: 1116

Ursuline Academy of Dallas ursulinedallas.org Space: 9310 U.S. Air Force af.mil Space: 162

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers swf-wc.usace.army.mil Space: 1808

U.S. Army – Fort Hood Environmental hood.army.mil Space: 300

U.S. Climate Task Force climatetaskforce.org Space: 5309 USDA Farm Service Agency fsa.usda.gov Space: 7243 USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service nrcs.usda.gov Space: 7343 USDA-NRCS Fort Worth Federal Center nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/ main/national/cntsc Space: 7226

USDA Rural Development rd.usda.gov/tx Space: 1811

U.S. Green Building Council North Texas usgbcnorthtexas.org Space: 1119

Vegan Noms vegannoms.com Space: 7234 Veolia Environmental Services North America Corp. veolianorthamerica.com Space: 2505 Village Apartments, The thevillageapts.com Space: 529

weMonitor, Inc bluedot.com Space: 4106

Yutumi byeyoubug.com Space: 7110

Westrock westrock.com Space: 5205

ZeroRez zerorezdallas.com Space: 7130

Westwood School, The westwoodschool.org Space: 9316

Whiskey Ice Co. whiskey-ice.com Space: 7331 Whole Earth Provision Company wholeearthprovision.com Space: 150

Virgo Natural Skin Care naturalbathcreationsskincare.com Space: 6132

Wild Animal Sanctuary, The wildanimalsanctuary.org Space: 801

Viridian viridian.com Space: 7123

Wilderness Inquiry wildernessinquiry.org Space: 228

Viridian / Powur viridian.com/cwestbrook Space: 563

Wild Immersions crossoverinternational.com Space: 5112

VSP Jewelry vspjewelry.com Space: 6124 Whittle Wagon – “Everything Tiny Living,” The facebook.com/the-whittlewagon-1119076628125855 Space: 465

Wildroot Organic, Inc. wildrootorganic.com Space: 7307 Window to the Wild Inc windowtothewild.org Space: 5716 Wings of Love Bird Haven bird-haven.org Space: 5719

Walt Disney Company, The thewaltdisneycompany.com Space: 2414

Wolfsong Farm agrilicious.orgwolfsong-farm Space: 7334

Washed Ashore washedashore.org Space: 5105

World Affairs Council of Dallas / Fort Worth dfwworld.org Space: 5622

Water4 water4.org Space: 4403

World Sky Race worldskyrace.com Space: 2112

Waterkeeper Alliance, The waterkeeper.org Space: 240

World Wildlife Fund worldwildlife.org Space: 5605

University of Tulsa utulsa.edu Space: 6011

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency epa.gov Space: 7235

Wealdstone Construction, Inc. wealdstoneconstruction.com Space: 7018

Yale University – School of Forestry & Environmental Studies environment.yale.edu Space: 5214

Unleavened unleavened.com Space: 216

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fws.gov/southwest Space: 5611

Weather Shield Window Film weatherswf.com Space: 7033

YJ (USA) Corp aria.us.com Space: 4000

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Zero Waste Heroes earthdaytx.org Space: 1503


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