Sponsors/Exhibitors/Vendors


  • 100th Grease Monkey

    See the 100th Grease Monkey solar-powered Flowtration station at work at Boston City Hall Plaza, collecting the cooking oil from the restaurants on site and converting it to fuel.

  • ADC Jewelry Designs

    The purchase of ADC's exquisite jewelry directly benefits the poorest of the poor street children who are deprived of the basic necessities of life with free food, clothing, shelter, education and healthcare.

  • Appalachian Mountain Club

    Founded in 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of America’s Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.

  • Body & Brain Yoga & Tai Chi

    Body & Brain is a national leader in holistic health and wellness. Our classes in yoga, tai chi, meditation, detox, and rhythmic movement combine East Asian healing and energy philosophies.

  • Bonapita

    Bonapita is a local Bostonian quick service restaurant that serves fresh, delicious and highly nutritious Mediterranean inspired food that will leave you craving for more!

  • Boston Metro

    Boston Metro is Boston's most widely read newspaper and is the Premier Media Sponsor for this year's Boston GreenFest. We have been fortunate to be partners with the Boston Metro since the festival's inception.

  • City of Boston

    The City of Boston is working hard to turn Beantown into Greentown. The Environment Department evaluates development, infrastructure and transportation projects; analyzes projects for their potential environmental impacts on the City of Boston and its residents, identifies specific environmental impacts and suggests potential solutions.

  • City Compost

    City Compost will help make this year's Boston GreenFest a Zero Waste Village! City Compost offers a collection service that converts food scraps into compost suitable for use in organic growing. Customers can receive 100% of the compost!

  • DWolf Designs

    Oil paintings on canvas and reclaimed wood using refurbished canvases and frames.

  • Endless Energy

    Endless Energy is a privately owned full-service energy solutions company founded in 1980. It is committed to innovation, sustainability, and growth for their clients.

  • Environmental League of Massachusetts

    The Environmental League of Massachusetts is committed to combating climate change and protecting our land, water, and public health. By creating diverse alliances and building the power of the environmental community, we use our collective influence to ensure Massachusetts is a leader in environmental and economic sustainability.

  • FIRST Robotics

    We will be exhibiting student built robots as well as literature to help people get involved with FIRST.

  • GEICO

    The Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO) is an American auto insurance company headquartered in Chevy Chase, Maryland. It is the second largest auto insurer in the United States, after State Farm and is concerned about the planet. We're proud to have them as one of our sponsors!

  • Harvest Co-op Market

    Harvest Co-op is a community owned organic and natural food market owned by over 3,800 of your neighbors. Open to the public every day from 7 am to 10 pm.

  • Himalayan Bistro

    Himalayan Bistro is proud to be the first Nepali restaurant in the Greater Boston area. Nepali food is very healthy, nourishing, practical and tasty.

  • Isaac's Moving And Storage

    Isaac's has been serving the Boston and Philadelphia areas for over 20 years and is one of the finest independent moving companies in the country.

  • Ivyees

    Raw unadulterated unfiltered honey from Jamaica.

  • Just Add Cooking

    We purchase, pre-measure, and carefully pack all the fresh and high quality ingredients for you, and deliver them in a box directly to your front door!

  • Koy

    Koy is an eclectic restaurant dedicated to creating a unique experience - a true blend of old-world Korean cuisine paired with fresh, international flavors. The food is locally-grown and organic.

  • LULAC of Massachusetts

    LULAC NATIONAL • Founded in 1929 • It is the oldest and largest Hispanic American non-profit civic organization in the U.S. • Lulac believes that the key to economic freedom for Latinos is through excellence, education, and participation in the political process. • There are 700 active councils within the states and on the island of Puerto Rico.

  • Mallakhamb Federation USA

    Mallakhamb is a unique form of exercise that is practiced against gravity – vertically upwards. This sport gives maximum exercises for maximum muscles in minimum period of time and is combination of Yoga, Gymnastics, and Martial Arts.

  • Mazz's Kettle Korn

    Non GMO Kettle Corn and fresh squeezed lemonade!

  • El Mundo Boston

    El Mundo Boston is New England's premier Latino Media outlet established in 1972. El Mundo Boston es un periódico en español que se fundó en 1972 por inmigrantes latinos, para satisfacer las necesidades de información de la creciente comunidad hispana de Boston del estado de Massachusetts en EE.UU.

  • Museum of Science

    Free STEM activities!

  • Papua New Guinea Music Foundation

    Networking, developing, empowering, a sustainable Papua New Guinea Music Industry.

  • Pearl's Premium

    Pearl's Premium ultra low maintenance, drought tolerant grass seed delivers breakthrough performance. Mow once a month, cut watering 75%, save time, reduce chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

  • Science on the Street

    Science on the Street, an initiative of the Cambridge Science Festival, will bring engaging science, technology, engineering, art and math to Boston GreenFest.

  • Sierra Club Massachusetts

    The Sierra Club in Massachusetts has an over 45-year legacy of protecting the environment with successful legislative, advocacy, and educational campaigns.

  • SoCo Creamery

    Meet SoCo Creamery, a Berkshire based, super-premium ice cream company. SoCo is proud of their 23 year history of customer service and an amazing, all-natural, and locally sourced product

  • Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts

    The Sustainable Business Network (SBN) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that engages business and community leaders in building economies that are local, green and fair.

  • The Quilt Maker

    Hand made quilts, sewn by hand (not machine) and made from remnants. Each piece unique and stunning, made by The Quilt Maker, Ms. Betty Lockwood.

  • USDA Forest Service

    Discover the Forest: information about local and national forests and outdoor space destinations for the entire family! Recreation, wildlife viewing, scenic drives, history, and education.

  • Yelp

    Yelp publishes crowd-sourced reviews about local small businesses and hosts an online reservation service for restaurants.

  • Zgallery

    Star-shaped art canvas, a green product made of Hemp, designed to show innovation in fine arts for both artists and curators. Featured artists.