HUGE thanks to all of our sponsors!
The 2022 Fair had over 800 people attending, and we look forward to having even more this year! There will be so much to see!
MUSIC & FOOD
VENDOR LIST (alphabetical)
ORGANIZATIONS in attendance
Friends of Ledding Library Book Exchange - books only, no magazines, pamphlets, calendars or textbooks. Hardback and paperbacks are OK. Books traded in must be in good condition, any subject is fine. Maximum 2-3 books traded per person, for larger donations we can refer you to our donation site.
City of Milwaukie -did you know? Our city's Climate Action Plan goals are: By 2030, Milwaukie will be powered by clean, carbon-free electricity. By 2035, Milwaukie's buildings will have no net emissions from all building fuel types, including natural gas and oil. By 2045, Milwaukie will be a fully carbon-neutral city.
Clackamas County Sustainability & Solid Waste We provide education and technical assistance to residents, businesses, workplaces, schools and events throughout Clackamas County so our community can reduce waste, conserve resources, recycle effectively and adopt more sustainable practices.
Clothing Exchange need information
Environmental Learning Center The John Inskeep Environmental Learning Center (ELC) is a treasure trove for nature lovers. You can follow a meandering waterway, spot birds and listen to singing frogs. Located on the edge of Clackamas Community College’s Oregon City Campus, it’s a special place for all to enjoy.
Friend of Trees Founded in 1989 by Portland resident Richard Seidman and inspired by a national Global ReLeaf program. Today, Friends of Trees is a nationally recognized, regional leader in imiproving the urban tree canopy and restoring sensitive natural areas. Friends of Trees greens our region while growing community.
Green living Journal - a practical jounral for mindful living, based on the belief that individuals making mindful choices can create a sustainable future for themselves and the world. Published locally.
Johnson Creek Watershed Council The Johnson Creek Watershed Council was established in 1995 by community members committed to restoring Johnson Creek, a vibrant creek with many challenges. Our mission is to promote restoration and stewardship of a healthy Johnson Creek Watershed through sound science and community engagement.
Library of Things - items such as kitchenware, musical instruments, tools, and games that library patrons can check out with their LINCC library card at the Milwaukie Ledding Library and 8 other Clackamas County branches.
MESG Stitchers - We will be giving away reusable cloth grocery bags, produce bags, bowl covers, unpaper towels and beautiful dog mats all made with scraps of donated fabric. There will also be sewers available to do simple repairs on your clothing or other fabric belongings (bags, pillow cases, etc.)
Metro - working to create a better future for all of us. That stuff you’re parting with might not be trash. For easy options to recycle, donate or reuse anything from batteries and packing peanuts to that old dishwasher, search the directory or call 503-234-3000.
Milwaukie Parks Foundation - Milwaukie Parks Foundation (MPF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting Milwaukie residents with parks and green spaces through education, outreach, and fundraising.
We restore our streams for fish, wildlife and people. Our work covers the Kellogg – Mt. Scott, River Forest, Boardman, and Rinearson watersheds, and the Willamette River from Meldrum Bar to Milwaukie Bay.
PGE - Sustainability at PGE is firmly rooted in our commitment to advancing equity in the communities we serve. We seek solutions that reduce environmental impacts from our operations, protect the safety, health and well-being of our employees and partners; and build lasting value for all our customers and shareholders.
Solar Oregon - Leading the way to a clean energy future where human prosperity is achieved through efficient technology and renewable energy. Our vision is to incorporate solar design as a standard in the built environment to lead the nation with a clean energy economy.
We lead tours, deliver workshops, advocate for pro-solar policies to help homeowners and communities navigate and accelerate the development of solar energy in Oregon and southwest Washington over the last 36 years. Recognizing that business, local governments and non-profit organizations all play a major role in reducing our energy footprint, Solar Oregon reaches out to the professional and corporate community. Together, we are building a body of people, knowledge and success that benefits all Oregonians.
Xerces Society - we aim to protect pollinators, which are essential to our environment, by promoting four simple principles: growing pollinator-friendly flowers, providing nest sites, avoiding pesticides, and spreading the word.