Partners


Earth Day Northwest 2020

Partners

Earth Day Northwest 2020 partners are community organizations, businesses, unions, government and NGOs committed to being part of the solution.

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Partner Spotlight

PCC Community Markets is the nation’s largest community-owned food market. They are committed to providing organic and sustainably sourced food to their communities.


PCC’s dedication to sustainability is evident from the producers they work with, their public policy work and even their storefronts. This month, PCC announced it will be the first grocery store in the world to pursue the Living Building Challenge (LBC) Petal Certification. The Living Building Challenge is the world’s most rigorous green building standard and to date, no other grocer has successfully pursued LBC certification.

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Earth Day Northwest 2020 Partners



Last Updated:
 December 22nd, 2019
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Alaska Airlines
Arts Corps
The Bullitt Foundation
Conservation Northwest
Chief Seattle Club
DeepCell Industries 
Edelman PNW
EarthCorps
Earth Ministry
EarthShare Washington
El Centro De La Raza
Evergreen Carbon Capture
Faith Action Network
Forterra
Guenther Creative
Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center
Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
Kevin Schrandt Music
Monument Advocacy
Pagliacci Pizza
Pierce Conservation District
PCC Markets
Microsoft
Mountaineers Books
Rainier Valley Corps
Seattle Arts & Lectures
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Foundation
Seattle Pacific University
Seattle Parks Foundation
Seattle Public Library Foundation
Seattle University
Seattle Works
Sound Transit
Sound View Strategies
Suquamish Tribe
Tacoma Urban League
Temple De Hirsch Sinai
Washington Technology Industry Association
The Vida Agency
University of Washington