Rolling in Dough specializes in wood-fired pizza made from high quality organic flour and produce.
The Beekeepers' Guild of San Mateo County provides support for all levels of expertise in beekeeping.
Electric Vehicles with Dave Howes - a long time electric vehicle enthusiast who loves to share his delight over electric vehicles.
Acterra brings people together to create local solutions for a healthy planet.
REC Solar offers sustainability and environmental stewardship through alternative energy sources and renewable systems.
Auténtica Comida Mexicana offers sustainably raised and hormone-free meats, locally-sourced, and only reusable, recyclable or compostable products.
Woodside Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Grateful Dads and Friends are Woodside musicians performing guitar, bass, and vocals at many Woodside functions.
Healthy Eating for a Green Planet Woodside resident Emily Bouthillette, will show you how to adopt a dietary lifestyle that is good for your body and the planet.
Woodside Elementary Art Sculptures Students of WES Art Teacher, Bev Iverson, will display creations made from recycled materials and sculptures from one week of accumulated plastic waste.
Woodside History Committee advises the Town on matters of historic preservation and believes that preservation and adaptive re-use is the ultimate in sustainability and 'best green practices'.
Blue House Farm in Pescadero grows an incredible diversity of certified organic vegetables, fruits and cut flowers.
Extracycle Cargo Bikes Michael Bock will give rides and let people try out the new electric cargo bikes.
Woodside High School Bike Shed restores bicycles and helps people enjoy the pleasures of bike riding.
Students from WHS's Green Academy will check out your bikes and make minor adjustments
San Mateo County Library promotes “Green Living” with up-to-date e-books. Children and adults will enjoy a hands on recycle craft.
San Mateo Countywide Water Pollution Prevention Program partners with residents and businesses to prevent pollution of our local water bodies.
Lyngso Garden Materials, Inc., a landscape materials business in Redwood City, will be demonstrating the simple but powerful practice of sheet mulching.
Portola Valley Conservation and Nature & Science Committees help residents to preserve and nurture the natural environment.
Woodside Landscape Committee is a group of volunteers who came together in 2001 to improve the landscaping on Town-owned properties.
Riley’s Place is a non-profit organization inspired by the comforting power of animals, providing a special experience for children in need.
Happy Birds Performing Parrot Show offers a quality, educational and fun show.
Woodside Sustainability and Conservation Committee advises and assists the Town with resource conservation and reducing greenhouse gases.
GreenWaste Recovery specializes in the collection and processing of residential and commercial trash, yard and food waste, recyclables, and construction debris.
California Water Service Company Use Water Wisely. It’s Essential.