Collaborate in Community

Share Exchange - Santa Rosa

Share Exchange - Santa Rosa

The Share Exchange on 5th Street in Santa Rosa offers a work lounge for businesses that need flexible office space and a Made Local Market featuring Sonoma County made art and hand crafted products.

The Work With Lounge provides a collaborative eco-friendly business environment for Green Entrepreneurs. We are a one of a kind organization that is the first to offer this combination of unique business incubation services. Our artistic décor provides a cool, groovy, and hip atmosphere that is perfect for building relationships and working together to better the community through an environment that is ripe with small business development and sustainable business practices.

The Share Exchange also has a variety of events – you’ll find the full calendar on the Share Exchange Events section of their website.

Farm Fresh to You

Farm Fresh

Farm Fresh

I recently join Farm Fresh to You a Davis, CA based CSA. On Fridays they deliver, right to my door here in Forestville, a mixed box of fruits and vegetables for just over $30. It’s a great value considering the quantity and the quality has been consistently high.

As people are becoming increasingly interested about where their food comes from and how it was grown, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is becoming a popular alternative for getting high quality food from a trusted local farm.

By joining Farm Fresh To You, families are connecting directly to the Capay Organic farm, and are receiving regular deliveries of nutrient rich, mouth watering, organic produce delivered directly to their home or office.

http://www.farmfreshtoyou.com

Farm Fresh now has a referral program so you can save $10 off your first order (I get $25 in food credit). There’s no obligation to order again, but you’ll want to.

Farm Fresh ReferralClick the link below for details:
Refer-A-Friend – Farm Fresh To You

  1. Call: (800) 796-6009
  2. You’ll need the code: 6164
  3. And referred by – Oren

Let me know if you sign up in the comments.

 

 

Green the Sporting Green

San Francisco Giants - Greening MLB

San Francisco Giants - Greening MLBThere’s a lot of energy and (typically) waste at college and professional sporting events, but a new trend in professional sports is to be more environmentally conscious. Just like other business sectors it’s becoming obvious in sports that the benefits are robust, from saving thousands of dollars on energy, waste, and water bills to creating new sponsorship opportunities and enhancing brand value with corporate social responsibility in addition to the feel good environmental benefits for fans, employees and shareholders.

According the NRDC website,

They’ve (professional sports) teamed up with NRDC to examine everything ranging from their purchasing decisions to transportation choices, energy use, and waste management policies, looking for ways to reduce their environmental impact. And they’re encouraging fans to do the same online and in their stadiums and arenas.

NCAA Sports are getting behind green events and the NRDC is also participating in the Green Sports Alliance, a forward looking alliance of Professional Sports Franchises committed to improving their environmental performance.