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Welcome to the Eco-Expo

Connect with Local Environmental Action Groups and Businesses

CEFF Virtual Eco-Expo Community Showcase highlights local environmental-action groups and environmentally-minded/purposed organizations and businesses as they share their ideas and wares. CEFF attendees learn new approaches to being a part of environmental change through involvement, action, and economic and personal choices. Explore and connect with Eco-Expo partners below to be inspired, add a few new tools to your environmental-action toolbag, and have fun!

Aspire provides products that are refillable, so you only buy the container once. Single-use plastic is ubiquitous in our world and is killing ocean fisheries and wildlife on land. The manufacturing of single-use plastic makes up nearly 2% of our carbon footprint in the U.S., and we pay extra for that, every time we buy a single-use container in addition to the product.

CCL empowers everyday people to work together on climate change solutions. Our supporters are organized in more than 400 local chapters across the United States. Together we’re building support in Congress for a national bipartisan solution to climate change.

The Colorado Mountain Club has been delivering conservation, education, and recreational opportunities to the Colorado public since 1912. The Club connects thousands of adventure-loving mountaineers and teaches the skills to safely and respectfully maximize living in an outdoor playground.

Colorado Project Learning Tree advances environmental literacy and promotes stewardship through excellence in environmental education, professional development, and curriculum resources that use trees and forests as windows on the world.

Green inside and out, Denver Botanic Gardens began in 1951 and is considered one of the top botanical gardens in the United States and a pioneer in water conservation. The Gardens is a dynamic, 24-acre urban oasis in the heart of the city, offering unforgettable opportunities to flourish with unique garden experiences for the whole family – as well as world-class education and plant conservation research programs. 

New Energy Colorado, is a non-profit with deep roots in Colorado’s solar and environmental communities. We work to provide education on energy issues to citizens.

Golden Real Estate is a model of environmental responsibility with its Net Zero Energy office and five electric vehicles. Indeed, the motto on its “for sale” signs is “Modeling and Promoting Environmental Responsibility.”

Golden City Council and the Golden community made sustainability its top priority starting in 2007. As part of that endeavor, citizens were asked to engage in a broader community-wide effort to establish and implement sustainability goals.

We help people get together, make a difference, and feel better! Join us for the 2021 Earth Week Summit in April and the 2021 International Climate Action Challenge kicking off in August. #BeTheChange

Illegal Oats is the granola that breaks the rules. Infused with tasteless powdered insects for an alternative, sustainable protein source.

The Mountain Mamas protect our air, water, climate and public lands for future generations.

Advancing healthy communities in the face of climate change through environmental stewardship, leveraging arts and culture for conservation and outdoor economy gains that can best serve the most underserved.

Together, Ridwell makes it easier for folks to waste less. Since Ridwell’s launch in Denver 45,000 pounds of waste have been diverted away from landfills!

We provide sanctuary and advocacy for the most abused bird on earth and we offer the opportunity for people to connect with the animals at the sanctuary

Stewards of Golden Open Space was formed by Golden residents to provide the community vision and voice to understand, protect, and preserve Golden’s precious open space resources, their assets, and the values they represent with transparency and inclusivity.

Our vision is for our neighbors in Golden to be unified in making more responsible choices for ourselves and our planet, and our mission is to engage our community into more environmental awareness and concrete action in a fun and educational way.

EPA’s mission is to protect human health and the environment.

EPA has many educational videos you can use to supplement or enhance your environmental/science curriculum. Most of the videos are short and applicable to a wide range of subjects and ages.

It’s about Coloradans from all corners of the state, and all walks of life, recognizing the value of water, and growing in understanding of how water connects all people, upstream and downstream, past, present and future.

Women in Sustainability is excited to partner with CO Environmental Film Festival to provide a unique virtual experience around environmental issues.