We’re taking applications! CLICK HERE for more info about how you can promote and brand your business or organization to 15,000 engaged patrons as a Moss Rock Festival’s Eco District exhibitor.

Alabama Chapter of the American Society of Landscape and Architects
Site 214
American Society of Landscape Architects – Founded in 1899, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) is the national professional association representing landscape architects. Beginning with 11 original members, ASLA has grown to more than 18,000 members and 48 chapters, representing all 50 states, U.S. territories, and 68 countries around the world. ASLA promotes the landscape architecture profession and advances the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship. www.alabamaasla.com

Alabama Environmental Council
Site 348
The Alabama Environmental Council is a statewide, non-profit leader engaging citizens toward sustainable living and stewardship of the environment. Recycle Alabama is a campaign of the AEC which seeks to bring awareness to existing recycling opportunities while striving to increase availability to new areas. Visit www.recycleAL.com to learn more.

Alabama Geocachers Association
Site 347
Geocaching (pronounced geo-cashing) is a worldwide game of hiding and seeking treasure. A geocacher can place a geocache in the world, pinpoint its location using GPS technology and then share the geocache’s existence and location online. Anyone with a GPS device can then try to locate the geocache. www.dixiecachers.com

Alabama Outdoors
Site 359
Alabama Outdoors is a full-service outdoor outfitter providing apparel, footwear and equipment for the outdoor life. Founded in 1975, AO has eight locations throughout Alabama by providing the best in service, quality and expertise. We are invested in our local communities through partnerships that promote outdoor activity, access and conservation.

Alabama Partners for Clean Air
Site 411
Alabama Partners for Clean Air (APCA) is an affiliation of public, private and nonprofit organizations working to implement voluntary strategies that improve air quality in Jefferson and Shelby counties. APCA’s goals are to achieve and maintain compliance with national air quality standards, to protect and improve public health, to minimize the economic impacts on existing businesses and support economic growth consistent with clean air goals.

American Society of Interior Designers
Site 230
Check out the Wreaths Re-Imagined exhibition at ASID’s booth!

ASID is the nation’s largest organization of Interior Design Professionals, Allied Members, Student Members, and Industry Partners dedicated to upholding the health, safety, and welfare of people in their environments. ASID members are accomplished in their field and have agreed to uphold the highest standard of design excellence and business practice ethics. Representing both the commercial and residential markets, ASID members create engaging and functional spaces with a practiced eye to meet client needs and hone their craft in all areas of design. www.asidalabama.org.

Batteries Plus – Light Bulb Recycling
At Regions Park
We take our environmental responsibility seriously, so you can recycle our spent light bulbs, fluorescent tubes and more with confidence. At Batteries Plus, our Halogen bulbs and LEDS do not contain mercury. Batteries Plus is also a leader in the recycling of CFL light bulbs. Switching to energy-efficient EFLs helps save energy and the environment; however, they must be recycled properly to prevent mercury exposure. We will make sure your bulbs go through the proper recycling process from start to finish.

Bike Link
Site 354
Need a new bike?  Possibly, a repair on your current ride?  Bike Link of Hoover can help.  Owned and operated by Hoover residents, the Wenning family, Bike Link caters to the needs of every type of cyclist.  With a huge inventory of parts and accessories and  a vast knowledge of cycling, Bike Link of Hoover is your cycling connection.

Bike Link of Hoover is planning a morning KIDS’ BIKE SKILLS SESSION AT1pm and 3pm ON SATURDAY with Chuck Lewis, an IMIC certified bike skills instructor.  This session will cover handling skills, braking safely, and proper balancing.  This session is not to teach how to ride but for kids already peddling with no assistance.

Birmingham Ski Club
Site 357

Cole-Tyson Land & Garden Design and The Backyard Pantry
Site 231 -233
Cole-Tyson Land & Garden Design is a full service Landscape Design/Build firm who is most passionate about designing spaces that encourage people to spend more time outside of their homes and intentionally interacting with nature.  Affordability and functionality are the priority values that drive our business.  As we like to encourage…Outdoor living is a lifestyle, invest today!  The value is in the affordable design process. Begin having fun collaborating with us today by viewing www.cole-tysonstudio.com or calling 205.201.1483.

Cotton and Quill
Site 405
Cotton + Quill specializes in custom textile and stationery design. Each product uses 100% American materials, and is crafted in Birmingham, Alabama. All graphics are hand illustrated, and vintage wallpaper lines each envelope in the stationery line. We offer unique pieces of art using reclaimed natural stone, weathered spindles and pallets.

Dixie Homecrafters
Site 213
We are one of the largest home improvement companies in the nation. Specializing in products that not only improve the beauty of your home, but also help lower your energy cost. Energy star windows, radiant barrier for your attic space, which keeps the hot or cold air out of your living space –both come with energy saving guarantees. We carry beautiful plantation style siding, gutter guards to keep your gutters debris free. Our newest product IceCold, is a catalyst that decreases your air temperature, and also comes with a guarantee of savings in energy cost. In addition, we have added bath renovations to our list of ways to update and beautify your home. As always, no money up front! No payment required until you are completely satisfied with your job. We are Dixie Homecrafters!

Earth Creations
Site 330
Over the years, our mission hasn’t changed. Nature is still our greatest inspiration, and protecting the Earth remains our passion. We strive to create high-quality, eco-friendly clothing in a sustainable manner, and still make it something beautiful that you’ll love to wear day after day. We work to give back to our community in meaningful ways, helping out good causes and supporting environmental efforts. www.earthcreations.net

Eco Three
Site 223 & 224
Eco Three stands for Energy Efficient Environment. We specialize in residential energy assessments and energy efficient retrofitting. By using state of the art diagnostic equipment, an Eco Three home energy assessment will address where your home is losing energy. A customized Retrofit Recommendation Report is prepared to give you an unbiased opinion on improvements that could be made. Eco Three can prioritize any retrofit to fit any budget.

Energize  Alabama
Site 221
Energize Alabama is a network of people dedicated to promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy policies, legislation, and practices. Our Vision is to position Alabama as the leader in the southeast for the development and utilization of energy efficiency and renewable energy. Please join us at: www.EnergizeAlabama.org

Friends of Shades Mountain
Site 338
The mission of Friends of Shades Mountain is to preserve and protect undeveloped sections of Shades Mountain for the mutual benefit of all who live on or near the mountain.

Friends of Hurricane Creek
Site 358
Friends of Hurricane Creek support a local Hurricane creek full of life, forever flowing. FOHC includes a diverse group of individuals, nonprofits, families,  and businesses who have the common goal of restoring and maintaining the health and integrity of the Hurricane Creek watershed. FOHC includes a diverse group of individuals, nonprofits, families,  and businesses who have the common goal of restoring and maintaining the health and integrity of the Hurricane Creek watershed. www.hurricane-creek.org.

Friends of Moss Rock
Site 346
The Friends of Moss Rock Preserve work to protect the natural resources of the area while making them accessible.  The group organized volunteers in building the 10 plus mile trail system of the area.  Current projects include exotic privet removal and periodic interpretive hikes. www.hooveral.org

Garden Accent –
Site 450
Talmadge Butler uses found recycled wood from old barns and other sources to build woodcrafts, mostly functional pieces. This rough cut, sometimes 70-100 year old wood is transformed into chairs, benches, planters, potting tables, all colorfully distressed, all one of a kind

Gutter Helmet Systems of Alabama
Site 436
Gutter Helmet Systems of Alabama is a Gutter Protection company. Gutter Helmet has been the number one gutter protection company for over 30 years. Gutter Hemet Systems of Alabama provides services for the entire state of Alabama from Huntsville to Dothan and all surrounding areas.

Happy Family
Site 429
Launched on Mother’s Day 2006, and owned and operated by moms, Happy Family is the leading premium organic food brand delivering optimal nutrition for the entire family. Constantly innovating and bringing new products to market, Happy Family was the first organic brand to develop a complete line of premium, organic nourishment for babies’, toddlers’ and kids’ growing bodies. With every product sold, the company supports Project Peanut Butter, a nonprofit that feeds starving children in Malawi and Sierra Leone. For more information, visit http://www.happyfamilybrands.com.

Hoover Beautification Board
Site 447
The Hoover Beautification Board is made up of volunteers who serve at the request of the Mayor to encourage city residents to Keep Hoover Clean and Green.  We sponsor Commercial Beautification awards, Arbor Day celebration at Aldridge gardens, and litter week in April. www.hooveral.org

Jefferson County Beekeepers Association
Site 423
The honeybee is very important to both the economy and the ecology of the US. The Jefferson County Beekeepers Association seeks to promotebeekeeping through the education of its members and all who are interested in beekeeping and to assist in the sale of honeybee products. We welcome both the experienced and the beginner beekeeper.

Jeff State Community College
Site 368
The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building science, research, efficiency, materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand.

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management and architecture. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology program at Jefferson State Community College is one of only ten two-year programs nationwide to achieve accreditation by the American Council for Construction Education.

LeafGuard of Alabama
Site 343
LeafGuard is the patented one-piece aluminum gutter that stops leaves, pine needles, and other debris from collecting inside, so that your gutters stay clog free. LeafGuard is the gutter system that has earned the right to carry The Good Housekeeping Seal. Need a gutter? Then the name you need to know is LeafGuard.

Mountain High Outfitters
Site 401
Mountain High Outfitters is a group of dedicated outdoor enthusiasts with 4 specialty outdoor retail stores in Alabama, and an online business. We pride ourselves on giving the highest level of customer service and products like The North Face, Patagonia, Arc’Teryx and Icebreaker. We provide customers with fun, responsible, and safe outdoor experiences. At Mountain High, we believe in conserving outdoor resources and work hard to support conservation, environmental stewardship and consumer responsibility. Our outreach programs include regular free Boy Scout clinics, Rock Climbing classes, sponsorship and support of hundreds of local events. Mountain High Outfitters is built around an intense respect for nature and the value it adds to our lives. We invite you to visit our shops and let us know what you think.

Site 209
MyGreenBirmingham.com is excited to launch our 4th green home makeover contest, the Green Home Giveaway, at the Moss Rock Festival. Come learn about the latest products and green technologies to transform your home. This year our focus is all about energy efficiency, as we give homeowners the opportunity to also win an energy block party! Courtesy of the Birmingham WISE program, festival goers can register to win a free home energy audit, an itunes gift card, and dinner for their neighbors to learn how to make their home WISE!

Paddle Out, LLC
Site 422
Water sustains us. It’s part of us; in our blood. But for some of us, water doesn’t just sustain us – it defines us. Surfer, kayakers, fishermen, freedivers, paddleboarders – watermen…We are uncontrollably and inseparably drawn to water. Paddle Out is a roots clothing brand celebrating the soul of our sports. www.thepaddleout.com.

Painted Shovel Merchantile
Site 229
You might say that Painted Shovel Mercantile is a general store dedicated to the homesteading arts, e.g. gardening, food preservation, urbmaking chicken and beekeeping, and craft making. In addition, our gift division features both vintage and handmade items, many from upcycled materials. Painted Shovel also offers workshops on a variety of topics such as Home Canning, Foraging, Soap Making, Sustainable Gardening Methods, Pallet Furniture Demonstrations, and much more! Our facility is available to rent for garden club meetings, rehearsal dinners, seminars, or weddings. With a modern, eclectic take on the farmhouse aesthetic, it’s a perfect place for your next meetup. Discounts are available for nonprofit organizations.

Site 319
Sojourns is Alabama’s first wholly fair trade store specializing in hand crafted items such as jewelry, pottery, toys and household items form more than 55 countries. Fair trade is built on the principles of economic justice, cultural sensitivity and environmental sustainability. Providing hope and dignity to artisans around the world. www.AdventureArtPeace.com

Southeastern Outings
Site 345
Each weekend SEO plans, organizes and leads dayhikes, canoe trips and other fun outdoor activities open to the public. Participating is a splendid, simple way to make congenial new friends who enjoy the outdoors. Membership is not required to participate. Call Dan Frederick at 205-631-4680 or seoutings@bellsouth.net or for more information visit our website: www.seouting.org.

Technical Knockout
Site 317
Once we unload the truck all of the electronics are separated by type. Monitors by size, shape & stacked on pallets for shipment. Cell phone & land phone equipment are all separated.  Computers are palletized by style & if the hard drives need to be destroyed in order to protect your information those are removed & crushed at once. The printers & copiers are “cleaned” so that the plastic, metal, wire & cartridges are all boxed individually! The computers are then broken down & the components are boxed as follows:

  • motherboards
  • fingerboards
  • memory (by speed)
  • optical
  • floppies
  • power supplies
  • aluminum

These components are all weighed & sent by tractor trailer to various companies who actually shred & separate the circuitry & re-use the plastic materials to make more circuit boards.

  • Metal
  • Plastic
  • Wire
  • Battery Back-ups (wire, metal cases & batteries separated)

These components are weighed & sent to recyclers in the area, shred, melted & made into pipe.

***we have recycled more than 5 million pounds…saved from the landfill!!!

The Green Bottle Candle Company
Site 433
The Green Bottle Candle Company repurposes used wine bottles from local, area restaurants and creates natural soy candles. Each candle is handcrafted, and poured in small batches. From the cutting and polishing of the bottle, to the pouring of the candle wax, to applying our custom-made labels, human hands do every step of the process. The Green Bottle Candle Company’s goal is to offer elegant, natural candles all the while minimizing the amount of wine bottle’s that end up in landfills every day.

The Nature Conservancy
Site 227
The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. Together with our members, donors, and conservation partners, The Nature Conservancy in Alabama has protected more than 145,000 acres of critical natural lands in Alabama. From longleaf pine forests and beaches along the Gulf to the mountains and streams of north Alabama, the state’s varied geography provides for a wide range of plant and animal diversity.  Alabama boasts 18 river systems and more species of freshwater fish, mussels, turtles, snails and crayfish than any other state. To learn more, visit nature.org/alabama.

Turning the Tables; Room Transformations
Site 426
Turning The Tables: Room Transformations is a home decorating business owned by Sandi Yates and Diane Hathcock.  We are committed to our passion of helping homeowners create updated spaces in their homes.  As we put in place the vision of a room or rooms for our clients, we use and re purpose furniture, accessories and other items that they already have.  Our goal is always to spend as little as possible and achieve as much as possible for each client.  We have been featured in the Spaces Section of the Birmingham News over 16 times in the past couple of years for our talent of creating great spaces on a budget.

US Green Building Council
Site 413
Our mission is to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling a socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life in Alabama.

We’re Green Clean – Birmingham
Site 402
Our mission is to educate our employees, our clients, our friends and our families in the methods and benefits of green cleaning;empowering them to make decision in their lives that will promote health and wellness o the earth. “Safer for you; easier on the earth” www.weregreenclean.com.