Earthstock Exhibitors

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.

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Directions
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 they will be given a parking permit and 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
Check-in
10:30 am
Table displays ready
12:00 pm
Lunch
3:00 pm
Breakdown

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. 

Contact
Questions? Email Alexa Grosskreuz or Chris Weber or call (631) 632-7320.


Earthstock 2013 Exhibitors

Alumni Association Humanities Institute/PJ Village Go Green
American Red Cross, Suffolk County Institute for the Conservation of Tropical Environments (ICTE)
Arame Salon & Spa Long Island Electric Auto Association (LIEAA)
Blue Ocean Institute, Inc. Long Island Green Belt Trail Conference
Calpine Nissequagel Cogen Partners Long Island Paddlers
Campus Involvement Project Long Island Science Museum
Campus Residences Long Island Seaport and Eco Center
C-Cert Luminous Spaces
Center For Prevention & Outreach (CHILL) Marine Science Club
Center For Prevention & Outreach (CHOICE) Mercury Solar Systems
Chevrolet of Smithtown Multi-Media Promotions
Citizens Campaign for the Environment Nardy Honda
Clean Air NY New York Sea Grant Extension
Club Veg Long Island North Country Peace Group
Coastal Steward Office of Athletic Bands (Color Guard)
Colleges For Change Peconic Estuary Program c/o Suffolk Cty Dept. of Health
Community Service Club Residence Hall Association (RHA)
Commuter Student Services Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation
Craft Center SBU Solar Boat Team
Department of Ecology and Evolution SBU Undergraduate Geology Club
Department of Recycling and Resource Management Science and Society (SSO) Council
Department of Technology and Society Sierra Club/Cool Cities Initiative
Division of Student Life Social Justice Alliance at SBU, Make Trade Fair
Eastern Farm Workers Association Stony Brook Environmental Conservancy
EGL 372 (Ecofeminism Class) Student Life (Leadership)
Environmental Club Sustainability Studies
Environmental Health and Safety The Essential Earthworm
Environmental Stewardship Tobacco Action Coalition of LI
Erik's Reptile Edventures Transportation and Parking Clean Fuels
FSA-Seawolves Marketplace UNICEF
Faculty Student Association (FSA), WeCar Vegan Outreach
Fair Trade Winds Whole Foods Market
Field Hockey Club Team Wild by Nature
Fire Island National Seashore World Village Fair Trade Market
Freewheel Club - Graduate (Sobornost for the World Foundation)
Friends of Ashley Schiff Park Preserve WUSB Radio
Friends of Flax Pond You Save Green
Global Water Brigades  
GoSolar  
Green Pledge  
Group for the East End  
Hobbs Community Farm (Bethel AME Church)  
Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc  
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