Oliver’s Market

The original Oliver’s mission was simply “to create a store where people would enjoy shopping”. As our company has grown over the years from one to four stores and from 13 to 1,100 employees, the core elements remain the same: Provide Customers with Choice, Keep the Focus Local, Offer Fair Prices and Great Quality and … Read more

Clean Harbors

Clean Harbors, which ranks at 144 on the Clean200 list, maintains sustainable revenue sources through its recycling of used motor oil and solvents, along with its work in facilitating the proper destruction of ozone-depleting and hazardous substances. Additionally, over the years, despite its continued growth, the company’s emissions have decreased or remained neutral.

Keith Abeles

Keith has been active in agriculture for over thirty years as a producer and advocate of sustainable agriculture. His expertise includes water use efficiency and management, farm management, soil health, hedgerow design and implementation, and grower outreach and education. At the RCD, Keith assists growers to evaluate irrigation system performance, and improve irrigation scheduling. Keith … Read more

Ben Schleifer

Ben works as the EDC Food Program Coordinator, and works closely with K-12 schools around the country to help them serve food off of safer (and preferably reusable) food ware. As a former Environmental Educator with StopWaste, Ben understands the importance of working with schools to transform their cafeterias to being more sustainable as well … Read more

Sonoma Public Infrastructure (formerly TPW)

Sonoma Public Infrastructure, formerly the Department of Transportation and Public Works, is a county department which is responsible for managing Sonoma County’s airport, integrated waste, roads division, transit, and water systems (for Fitch Mountain, Freestone, Jenner, and Salmon Creek).

Nicole Tai

Nicole Tai is the CEO of GreenLynx, a deconstruction contractor and reuse facility based in Santa Rosa, CA. GreenLynx opened its retail store in August 2017. Nicole has managed and inventoried over 150 deconstruction, construction and reuse logistics projects around the Bay Area and New York, totalling over 1.5 million residential, commercial and institutional square … Read more

Courtney Scott

Courtney Scott has worked in household hazardous waste for 12 years. She began her career with the San Rafael Fire Department coordinating the Marin HHW Facility in partnership with Marin Resource Recycling and Zero Waste Marin. Currently, she is the HHW Program Manager for Zero Waste Sonoma, managing the HHW and e-waste programs. She’s been … Read more

Whitney Reuling

Whitney Reuling is a native of Sonoma County, raised in Forestville on a small farm and vineyard. Prior to joining Sonoma Family Meal, Whitney spent over a decade in New York City, developing and managing impactful programs providing nutrition and culinary education, healthy foods access, and job training. Whitney holds a sociology degree from Boston … Read more

Marie Kneemeyer

Born and raised in the hills of Nevada County, Marie Kneemeyer came to the bay area to receive her BFA in Graphic Arts and minor in Art History from Dominican University of CA. Using her skills, she became a freelance Graphic Artist but found herself craving a more eco-minded direction. Marie joined Daily Acts Organization … Read more

Kelly Conrad

Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Kelly Conrad received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration & Marketing with a minor in English & Professional Writing from the University of Puget Sound in Washington. After completing the Wine Marketing post-graduate program at Cal Poly, Kelly went on to work for such wineries as EOS … Read more