Lead on Climate Supporters

September 15, 2018: Getting to Paris without Stopping in Washington

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Lotus Cuisine of India

Lotus Cuisine of India

Lotus Cuisine of India is a family-owned Indian eatery in downtown San Rafael with a vision to create contemporary Indian cuisine for Marin County and the San Francisco North Bay.

 

Blue Dot Farm

Blue Dot Farm

Blue Dot Farm in Nicasio specializes in unique and heirloom flowers. From fragrant sweet peas in the spring to glowing summer sunflowers to colorful dinner plate sized dahlias in the fall, we organically grow a variety of cut flowers using sustainable cultivation methods. Our flowers are sold locally at the Marin Community Farm Stand in Forest Knolls and Ross, direct to floral designers and by special order.

 

Resilient Shore

Resilient Shore

Resilient Shore is a non-profit project in San Rafael whose mission is to help find the right way of dealing with the threat of rising tides and the danger of catastrophic flooding. We’re dedicated to working with local people and businesses, listening to their concerns, and together creating the best-of-all-worlds flood mitigation plan that benefits everybody. Our goal is to help pave our community’s opportunity to hold back the bay, while creating public spaces for recreation, and helping to reduce the cost of flood insurance.

Sleepy Hollow Presbyterian Church

Sleepy Hollow Presbyterian Church

Sleepy Hollow Church is blessed to be nestled amidst the rolling hills of Marin County. With sanctuary windows that offer sweeping vistas of the Ross Valley, the church embraces the natural beauty of our surroundings and inspires those deeply committed to protecting the natural world. Concerned about climate change and motivated to take action, we formed an environmental “Green Team” in 2014.

Youth Climate Change Summit

Youth Climate Change Summit

The annual youth-led Marin Summit on Climate Change brings together students, their videos, speeches and projects to share with one another. It is also a time to recognize inspiring contributions by students and educators who are making a difference in their communities. As our mission, we strive to engage youth in finding solutions that will have a positive impact on the environment.

Coalition For a Livable Marin

Coalition for a Livable Marin

The mission of Coalition for a Livable Marin is simple: to create and maintain the vibrant, inclusive, and sustainable communities that, in combination with our magnificent open space, make Marin such a great place. We exist to promote the human habitats at the heart of Marin’s identity: our bustling downtown streets, quiet residential neighborhoods, and the walkable, bikable, transit-friendly policies that allow them to thrive and allow people of all ages, backgrounds, and classes to exist side by side.

Amphora Nueva

Amphora Nueva

Amphora Nueva features the largest, freshest selection of single varietal extra virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars on tap, with stores in Lafayette, Berkeley, and San Anselmo.

Comforts Cafe

Comforts Cafe

Consistently rated “Best of Marin,” Comforts offers fine city and home-style food. Its menus change regularly to reflect what is fresh and in season, using only the best quality ingredients.

 

Iron Springs Public House

Iron Springs Public House

Iron Springs Public House is a locally owned and operated taproom that opened in San Rafael in 2018, serving beer brewed in Fairfax.

 

Miyoko’s Kitchen

Miyoko’s Kitchen

Miyoko’s makes 100 percent non-dairy cheese, butter, and other goodies from organic, real foods like nuts, legumes, and other plant-based ingredients. Products sold online and in select Bay Area stores.

McEvoy Ranch

McEvoy Ranch

McEvoy Ranch features award-winning, certified organic extra virgin olive oil, a unique line of culinary products, eclectic wines and natural beauty products made from early harvest oliveoil

Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese

Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese

Founded in 2000, Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese offers six cheeses sold by select retailers and in farmers markets across the Bay Area. 

Woodlands Market

Woodlands Market

Woodlands Market has operated as a local, family-owned, independent grocery store in Marin County since 1986. Woodlands can be found in Kentfield, TIburon, and, since 2017, in San Francisco’s Rincon Hill neighborhood.

Good Earth Natural Foods

Good Earth Natural Foods

With stores in Fairfax and Mill Valley, Good Earth offers over 95 percent of its groceries and 99 percent of its prepared foods, baked goods, and cafe products organic. Good Earth has won Pacific Sun’s Best of Marin “Best Business That Promotes Going Green” seven times.

Achadinha Cheese

Achadinha Cheese

The Achadinha (Osh-a-deen-a) Cheese Company is a family-operated ranch lead by Jim and Donna Pacheco along with their four children, who represent the fourth generation of dairy farmers in the family.

Cowgirl Creamery

Cowgirl Creamery

Organic, award-winning cheeses with different offerings for each season. Founded in Point Reyes, Cowgirl Creamery now offers eleven different aged and fresh cheeses, including the most popular Mt. Tam.

Kendric Vineyards

Kendric Vineyards

Kendric Vineyards is a small vigneron’s operation, making Pinot Noir and Viognier from a Marin vineyard and Sangiovese from the Shenandoah Valley, with a production facility on Treasure Island. 

Heidrun Meadery

Heidrun Meadery

Located in Point Reyes Station, Heidrun Meadery produce naturally sparkling varietal meads using the traditional French
Méthode Champenoise.

Sierra Club Bay Chapter

Sierra Club Bay Chapter

Sierra Club SF Bay Chapter is the local branch of the Sierra Club, America’s largest and most effective grassroots environmental organization. The Bay Chapter is comprised of the 30,000 Sierra Club members who live in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, and San Francisco counties.

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