Shop as though it matters for your health, your community and your local economy... because it does!
Dozens of leading green and wellness businesses will be on hand to provide information and sales of a wide variety of people and planet -friendly products and services. Buying from companies that care for people and the planet can help you make a difference.
The 2012 GLF exhibitor lists is being updated daily and will be included in the Event Guide, available at each festival entrance, and on your smartphone web browser at www.map-dynamics.com/glf
Check out exhibits and displays at 10+ venues:
- Art Fair
- Auto Alley
- Farmers Row
- Food Court
- Green Home
- Green Living
- Kids Corner
- Renewable Road
- Trail Head
- Wellness Way
The Art Fair area, with several local artists offering natural, recycled and earth-friendly works of art for purchase.
is on Third Street. Check out a variety of the latest clean & alternative-fuel automobiles, vehicles and equipment.
includes the exhibits of local farmers and consumable product producers. It is located on Third Street this year (since Water Street will be open to vehicle traffic). Exhibitors will offer a wide variety of local, organic and natural food products, as well as other items produced locally. Food-related media and advocacy groups round out the exhibitor line-up.
At the Green Home & Living
areas, eco-friendly products and services for home, lawn, garden, personal care, fashion, gifts, and much more, will be offered by many of the area's leading green businesses.
The Food Court, Dining Tent
and Main Stage
make up the Party for the Planet
area, which is located in the northeast corner of the festival, behind the Rochester Mills building. Food and beverage service offerings include healthy, natural/organic, delicious meals, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, as well as beer and wine. A covered dining area is located nearby, where you can enjoy music on the Main Stage.
includes product and service exhibits for kids and their parents, plus plenty of fun activities for kids of all ages.
can be found on the northeast corner of the main lot, near the Party area. It will showcase state-of-the-art solar & wind power systems, geothermal, solar heating/cooling technology, energy conservation products & services, and many industry leaders from around the state.
area is located at the southeast end of festival site on Third Street. Hike & Bike exhibits will double as gathering points for nature walks on the beautiful Paint Creek and Clinton River Trails, both within short walking distance of the festival.
includes the exhibits of complementary and alternative health care practitioners, wellness media, and many health-related products and services. Take a break from shopping and get a free massage in the Massage Tent.