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Our partners make it all possible
Here's a huge, heartfelt "Thank You" to these organizations, all of which have given of themselves and their resources to strengthen Seattle's environmental community. Without their help Seattle Greendrinks would not be possible. Support these great organizations!
Since its inception almost thirty years ago, Sierra Nevada has pioneered many innovations to conserve resources and focus on sustainable business practices. In 2008, they completed construction on one of the largest private solar arrays in the United States. Sierra Nevada has been the official beer sponsor of Seattle Greendrinks since 2007.
Fremont Brewing is serious about sustainability— and not just environmental, but social and economic sustainability as well. Fremont strives to reduce their carbon footprint as much as possible through energy conservation and zero waste production processes. Employees receive incredible benefits and Fremont does all it can to give back to the community that has so generously supported them through the years.
Voted Citysearch's "2008 Best Vegetarian Food in Seattle!" Chaco Canyon Organic Café is a vibrant, ecologically sound slice of heaven in Seattle's University District. They are approximately 80-90% organic from top to bottom - they are admittedly proud to be one of the few cafés in the nation that can make that claim. CCC has been the official catering sponsor of Seattle Greendrinks since 2009.
Snoqualmie Ice Cream is a sweet end to a well-lived day. The team uses fresh, local cream to craft custom ice cream flavors in their sustainable, award-winning Maltby, Washington ice cream plant. They don’t believe in secret ingredients, fluffers, fillers or waste and grow many of their ingredients on site. Snoqualmie has been the official ice cream sponsor of Seattle Greendrinks since 2013.
Named by Seattle Business Magazine as one of the Top Green 50 businesses of Washington in 2012, Keeney’s is the leading independent distributor of Office Supplies and Office Interiors in the Puget Sound region, delivering daily to businesses of every type. A local, family-owned company, Keeney’s is proud to offer their Sustainable Office Program. Keeney's has been the official office supply sponsor of Seattle Greendrinks since 2013.
Smooshylab offers linux and windows hosting plans that are powered by 100% renewable energy. They offer solutions and packages to suit any client. Smooshylab designed and built the Seattle Greendrinks website.
Tonnemaker has been the official produce sponsor of Seattle Greendrinks since February 2011, taking over from prior sponsor Full Circle Farm (who was the official produce sponsor of Seattle Greendrinks from 2007-2010). Tonnemaker Family Orchard is the direct-sale arm of Tonnemaker Hill Farm. The Tonnemaker brothers, Kole and Kurt, currently farm 126 acres on the north slope of the Frenchman Hills in Royal City, WA, and grow over 400 cultivars of organic fruits and vegetables. They regularly sell at many Seattle-area farmers markets.
In addition to being named one of The Better World Shopping Guide's "Ten Best Companies on the Planet based on their overall social and environmental record," The Huffington Post ranked Honest Tea as one of the leading "8 Revolutionary Socially Responsible Companies." HonestTea has been the official non-alcoholic beverage sponsor of Seattle Greendrinks since 2013.
Since 1994, The Essential Baking Company has set out to preserve, cultivate, and honor traditional methods of food preparation with a commitment to using organic ingredients. TEBC has been the official bread sponsor of Seattle Greendrinks since 2008.
Stoel Rives enjoys a 100-year tradition of excellence as a leading U.S. law firm. With nearly 400 lawyers practicing across the full spectrum of corporate law and business litigation, and offices in seven states, we provide legal services to clients with local, regional, national and international operations. They have a particular focus on renewable energy and environmental and natural resources law.
Past Monthly Hosts and Sponsors
DRY Soda Co
Etherea Salon Spa
Social Enterprise Group
Conservation Northwest - 2 times!
Parsons Public Relations - 4 times!
People for Puget Sound
Hallisky Law Group (now Axios Law Group)
Grist Magazine - 3 times!
Ridolfi Inc. - 2 times!
Sweetgrass Advertising and The Matale Line
Sustainable Style Foundation
Zipcar - 2 times, as Flexcar!
The Northwest Tree Alliance
Student Conservation Association
National Wildlife Federation
Newground Social Investment - 3 times!
Sustainable Industries Journal with Seattle Aquarium
Environmental Coalition of South Seattle
Forterra (2 times!) with Olympic Sculpture Park
Global Energy Concepts, LLC
Futurewise with The 5th and Madison
Stewardship Partners with Conscious Choice at Evo
Facing the Future at the Linda Hodges Gallery
Blue Earth Alliance at the Chase Jarvis Gallery - 2 times!
Cascadia Consulting Group
Porter Novelli - 2 times!
Seattle Net Impact Professional Chapter and Alchemy Goods
EverGreen Escapes and Crooked Trails - 3 times!
Pioneer Building - 3 times!
Woodland Park Zoo - 2 times!
Green Depot - 3 times, as Ecohaus!
Antioch University's Center for Creative Change - 3 times!
Green Seattle Partnership
the Seattle Storm
Seattle Design Center and Norberry Tile
Snoqualmie Vineyards - Naked Wines
Re-Vision Labs and Oikocredit USA
Neighborhood House's High Point Center
EarthCorps - 2 times!
Full Circle Farm
Countywide Community Forums
Seattle International Foundation
Station at Othello Park
Seattle Climate Partnership, Seattle 2030 District, and the Seattle Office of Economic Development
BECU - 7 times!
InterConnection, Washington State Recycling Association, and Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
OpenLabel, and Agnes Underground
Community Power Works
Home Performance Washington
Cascadia Green Building Council
Pacific Biodiversity Institute
Engineers Without Borders
Washington State Recycling Association - 2 times!
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