Exhibitor/Vendor Application

Share in our celebration of environmental awareness, education, and entertainment. Participation in Earthstock gives your company or organization the opportunity to showcase itself to the 36,000 members of the Stony Brook campus community as well as providing an affiliation with a leading university.

>>>  Submit your application online here
>>>  Download an application to submit by hand here

Applications can be mailed or faxed to:
Emma Lowery
222 Student Activities Center
Stony Brook, NY 11794-2800
Fax: (631) 632-6756

Enter Stony Brook campus using the main entrance off Nicolls Road and follow signs to drop-off and parking. Click here for campus maps »

Unloading & Registration Tent
Exhibitors will follow Earthstock signs to the Student Activities Center parking lot (details here). There volunteers will assist them in transporting their supplies in bins to the Academic Mall.  Once there, exhibitors will be able to check in and receive the following: 

A diagram with a pre-assigned 61 x 31 numbered & covered table(s); 2 chairs per table

Two lunch vouchers at the designated Food Tent. Coffee will be provided in the morning and water will be served with lunch.

9:30 am
10:30 am
Table displays ready
12:00 pm
3:00 pm

Rain Location
In the event of rain, our event will be held in the Student Activities Center . Signs will be posted directing participants to unload and park. 

Questions? Email  Emma Lowery or call (631) 632-7320.

Earthstock 2016 Exhibitors

511NY Rideshare
Alpha Nu Zeta
Bliss & Wisdom International
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation
Calpine Corporation
Campus Dining
Campus RecreationCHILL & SHAC
Citizens Campaign for the Environment
Citizen’s Climate Lobby
Civic Engagement Committee
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County
Craft Center
CSK 305
Department of Ecology and Evolution
Distressed Children International
Eastern Farm Workers Association (EFWA)
EHM Independent Study
Environmental Health and Safety Department
Freewheel Bicycle Collective
Friends of Fire Island National Seashore
Friends of the Ashley Schiff Park Preserve
Gelfond Fun for Mercury
Graduate Program in Public Health
Green Pledge
Greenhouse and Gardening Guild
Greenleaf Solar
Habitat for Humanity Restore of Suffolk
Harvest Power Solar
Healthier U
Innovation Lab
Kings Park High Schools
L.I. Against Domestic Violence
Level Solar
LGBTQ* Services
Live On NY
Long Island Native Plant Initiative
Long Island Paddlers Club
Long Island Pine Barrens Society
Long Island Progressive Coalition
Long Island Water Environment Association
Maritime Explorium
Meteorology Club

Nardy Honda
National Energy Connection
Native American Student Organization
Neal’s Yard Remedies (NYR Organic)
Office of Commuter Student Services
President’s ADA Committee
Project Sunshine
Quogue Wildlife Refuge
Registrar’s Office
Residence Hall Association
Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation
Sachem East High School
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site
SBU Cat Network
SBU Soles 4 Souls
School of Health Technology and Management
SEA Semester
Seawolves Against Cancer
Semester by the Sea
Sierra Club at Stony Brook
Sierra Club, L.I. Group
Stony Brook C-Cert
Stony Brook Environmental Club
Stony Brook Environmental Conservancy
Stony Brook Libraries
Stony Brook University Police Department
Sustainability Studies Program
Sweetbriar Nature Center
Technology and Society
The Environmental Studies Academy
The Humanology Project
The South Fork Natural History Museum
Three Village Community Trust (TVCT)
Transportation and Sustainability
Turkana Basin Institute
Tzu Chi Stony Brook Collegiate Association
Vegan Outreach
Weekend Life Council
Wilderness Traveling Museum
World Village Fair Trade Mobile
WUSB Radio

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