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March 31, 2010 - Volcom & LEAF: ECOmmercial Contest Are you an Orange County high school filmmaker? Leaders of Environmental Action Films (LEAF) wants to give you your big break.    Read more

March 20 - 26, 2010 - This Week's Top Eco News Each week Green Guide Network puts the spotlight on the biggest, most interesting (to us), and the quirky environmental news stories that broke during the past week. Every Friday check back to see what went down that week in green news.    Read more

March 11, 2010 - San Francisco's Clothing Revival: Affordable, One-of-a-Kind and Eco-Chic A small mother-daughter shop, tucked in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, is adding a touch of haute couture to the city's eco-scene. Just as Parisian design houses have done for decades, this tiny shop offers shoppers a very personal touch that includes custom alterations and handpicked contemporary designs.    Read more

March 3, 2010 - For Organic Cows, Its Now Easier Being Green The USDA recently announced new organic regulations that will give cows and other ruminant animals more access to grazing lands and a minimum grazing period.    Read more

Welcome To the Green Guide Network

Green Guide Network is an online resource guide that strives to provide a convenient and concise source of information for local and national green businesses, environmental events, green jobs and eco-services. From our origins as the OC Green Guide in 2006, the Green Guide Network has developed into a company for the benefit of you and the planet.

Take a look at our variety - Green Guide Network provides quick-read articles, news features, two weekly newsletters, green tips, interviews and a green job board. Or get right to our green business directory and track down the best and "the next" of everything green in your area.

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Apr 29 17:00 PM Yamashiro Garden Market


Apr 28 19:00 PM Downtown LA Green Drinks


Apr 27 19:00 PM EcoTuesday ($10-$20)


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