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Make a Choice to Eat Locally Grown Organic Food

All At Once is Jack Johnson’s social action network, where you can make a positive change in your
local and world community through your actions, your voice, and your choice. This year’s All At
Once campaign focuses on supporting plastic free initiatives, as well as sustainable local food
systems.

From field to fork, an average dinner travels 1,500 miles. But your food doesn’t have to travel
halfway around the planet, burning up fossil fuels along the way. It doesn’t need to be grown with
pesticides either. You can make a choice to eat locally grown organic food. When you buy from local
farmers, your dollars stay within your community and support local farms. When you choose
organic, you are investing in healthy food and a clean environment.

Jack Johnson and All At Once have teamed up with the Eat Well Guide to encourage fans to take
action by eating at restaurants that serve local organic produce. Check out this customized Guide to
Good Food for a list of locally grown and sustainably produced food from family farms, restaurants,
farmers' markets, grocery stores, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs, U-pick
orchards and more.




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salt lake city, ut guide: bakers

Cakewalk Vegan Bakery and Grocery
434 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Tel: 801-953-0804
info@cakewalkbakingcompany.com
http://www.cakewalkbakingcompany.com

Specializing in Organic, Fair Trade and Gluten Free Treats

Everything we create is 100% vegan, in an all vegan facility. Visit our store in Salt Lake City, next to
Raincheck Payday Loans in front of Office Max.
Currently providing treats to...
Food Fight Grocery (Portland, OR)
Vegan Essentials (Online)
Sidecar For Pigs Peace (Seattle, WA)
Counter Culture (Austin, TX)
Vegan Freak (Denton, TX)
City Dogs (SLC, UT)
Sugarhouse Coffee (SLC, UT)
Nobrow Coffee (SLC, UT)
Rising Sun (SLC, UT)
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cakewalk-Vegan-Bakery-and-Grocery/232999933519?sk=info

Liberty Heights Fresh
1290 S 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Tel: 801-583-7374
Fax: 801-466-2491
Contact: Steven Rosenberg
steven@libertyheightsfresh.com
http://www.libertyheightsfresh.com

Authentic, full-flavored food is our calling. We all share the same passion for great food that begins
with responsible land stewardship and ingredients of integrity. Experience the difference in every bit,
bite, and sip. Hey, eat!

Liberty Heights Fresh, sustainability has always been a core value. Now, with our year-round SFF
program, we're making a renewed commitment to our local and regional family farms and to our
customers who want to eat authentic, full-flavored food that they can feel good about in every
season.

In December of 2008, we began offering Utah's food lovers the opportunity to join a unique CSA
designed to bring fresh produce (and more!) to the table on a weekly basis. That CSA is our current
SFF program. The response has been tremendous and new members are joining every week.
Eating well has never been so easy! In addition to the really beautiful produce included in our vegan
baskets, our vegetarian and omnivore baskets have featured granola, honey, dried fruit, yogurt,
cheese, eggs and sustainably raised beef and lamb with more great new foods each week. And
most of the vegetables, along with much of the fruit, are CCOF certified organic. But we don't stop
there - you can be sure that sustainability is a must for every item we include.

Need another great reason to join? Prices start at less than $25 a week for a full basket of authentic,
full-flavored food!



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salt lake city, ut guide: caterers

Liberty Heights Fresh
1290 S 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Tel: 801-583-7374
Fax: 801-466-2491
Contact: Steven Rosenberg
steven@libertyheightsfresh.com
http://www.libertyheightsfresh.com

Authentic, full-flavored food is our calling. We all share the same passion for great food that begins
with responsible land stewardship and ingredients of integrity. Experience the difference in every bit,
bite, and sip. Hey, eat!

Liberty Heights Fresh, sustainability has always been a core value. Now, with our year-round SFF
program, we're making a renewed commitment to our local and regional family farms and to our
customers who want to eat authentic, full-flavored food that they can feel good about in every
season.

In December of 2008, we began offering Utah's food lovers the opportunity to join a unique CSA
designed to bring fresh produce (and more!) to the table on a weekly basis. That CSA is our current
SFF program. The response has been tremendous and new members are joining every week.
Eating well has never been so easy! In addition to the really beautiful produce included in our vegan
baskets, our vegetarian and omnivore baskets have featured granola, honey, dried fruit, yogurt,
cheese, eggs and sustainably raised beef and lamb with more great new foods each week. And
most of the vegetables, along with much of the fruit, are CCOF certified organic. But we don't stop
there - you can be sure that sustainability is a must for every item we include.

Need another great reason to join? Prices start at less than $25 a week for a full basket of authentic,
full-flavored food!

Sage's Cafe
473 East 300 South (Broadway), Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Tel: 801-322-3790
Contact: Ian Brandt
ian@sagescafe.com
http://www.sagescafe.com

At Sage's Cafe we are committed to providing the freshest and healthiest cuisine possible, without
compromising. We feel that producing pure vegetarian foods will demonstrate compassion for earth.

We produce fresh foods, often prepared moments before they reach your table. Please have
patience with our traditional cooking techniques, which do not include microwaves, fryers, or heat
lamps. This technique creates a little more preparation time; the results are well worth it! If you are in
a hurry, please let your server know. There are plenty of menu items that can be prepared very
quickly!!!

We love buying organic and are currently purchasing at least 90% organic. In order to bring you the
freshest foods, variations may occur based on nature's seasonal cycle. Our food is free from any
preservatives. The only canned foods we use are tomatoes and coconut milk. Our sea salt is
harvested underground in Redmond, Utah. We love to use locally grown produce goods when they
are available. Many of the products we use have won national and international awards for



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salt lake city, ut guide: caterers

exceptional levels of quality. We purchase teas and coffees that are certified organic, shade grown
and fair trade. These high quality products are generally twice as expensive, sometimes, ten times
as expensive as conventional products. It is our hope that you will feel as good as we do about
supporting high quality, healthy products and healthy communities world-wide.




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salt lake city, ut guide: community gardens

Wasatch Community Gardens
P.O. Box 2924, 345 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84110
Tel: 801-359-2658
Fax: 801-322-4810
http://wasatchgardens.org/

Wasatch Community Gardens is a community-based nonprofit that has served the Salt Lake County
community for 20 years. Since our founding in 1989, we have provided opportunities for iniduals to
grow their own food in urban gardens. We also provide educational opportunities to youth and
adults.

Mission
It is our mission to empower people of all ages and incomes to grow and eat healthy, organic, local
food.

Garden Locations
Grateful Tomato Garden, 800 S 600 E, Salt Lake City
Fairpark Garden, 1037 W 300 N, Salt Lake City
People's Portable Garden, 900 S 200 W, Salt Lake City
4th East Garden, 553 S 400 E, Salt Lake City
Historic Sandy Garden, 500 E Locust St., Sandy




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salt lake city, ut guide: csa

Liberty Heights Fresh
1290 S 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Tel: 801-583-7374
Fax: 801-466-2491
Contact: Steven Rosenberg
steven@libertyheightsfresh.com
http://www.libertyheightsfresh.com

Authentic, full-flavored food is our calling. We all share the same passion for great food that begins
with responsible land stewardship and ingredients of integrity. Experience the difference in every bit,
bite, and sip. Hey, eat!

Liberty Heights Fresh, sustainability has always been a core value. Now, with our year-round SFF
program, we're making a renewed commitment to our local and regional family farms and to our
customers who want to eat authentic, full-flavored food that they can feel good about in every
season.

In December of 2008, we began offering Utah's food lovers the opportunity to join a unique CSA
designed to bring fresh produce (and more!) to the table on a weekly basis. That CSA is our current
SFF program. The response has been tremendous and new members are joining every week.
Eating well has never been so easy! In addition to the really beautiful produce included in our vegan
baskets, our vegetarian and omnivore baskets have featured granola, honey, dried fruit, yogurt,
cheese, eggs and sustainably raised beef and lamb with more great new foods each week. And
most of the vegetables, along with much of the fruit, are CCOF certified organic. But we don't stop
there - you can be sure that sustainability is a must for every item we include.

Need another great reason to join? Prices start at less than $25 a week for a full basket of authentic,
full-flavored food!




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salt lake city, ut guide: educational centers

Liberty Heights Fresh
1290 S 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Tel: 801-583-7374
Fax: 801-466-2491
Contact: Steven Rosenberg
steven@libertyheightsfresh.com
http://www.libertyheightsfresh.com

Authentic, full-flavored food is our calling. We all share the same passion for great food that begins
with responsible land stewardship and ingredients of integrity. Experience the difference in every bit,
bite, and sip. Hey, eat!

Liberty Heights Fresh, sustainability has always been a core value. Now, with our year-round SFF
program, we're making a renewed commitment to our local and regional family farms and to our
customers who want to eat authentic, full-flavored food that they can feel good about in every
season.

In December of 2008, we began offering Utah's food lovers the opportunity to join a unique CSA
designed to bring fresh produce (and more!) to the table on a weekly basis. That CSA is our current
SFF program. The response has been tremendous and new members are joining every week.
Eating well has never been so easy! In addition to the really beautiful produce included in our vegan
baskets, our vegetarian and omnivore baskets have featured granola, honey, dried fruit, yogurt,
cheese, eggs and sustainably raised beef and lamb with more great new foods each week. And
most of the vegetables, along with much of the fruit, are CCOF certified organic. But we don't stop
there - you can be sure that sustainability is a must for every item we include.

Need another great reason to join? Prices start at less than $25 a week for a full basket of authentic,
full-flavored food!

Wasatch Community Gardens
P.O. Box 2924, 345 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84110
Tel: 801-359-2658
Fax: 801-322-4810
http://wasatchgardens.org/

Wasatch Community Gardens is a community-based nonprofit that has served the Salt Lake County
community for 20 years. Since our founding in 1989, we have provided opportunities for iniduals to
grow their own food in urban gardens. We also provide educational opportunities to youth and
adults.

Mission
It is our mission to empower people of all ages and incomes to grow and eat healthy, organic, local
food.

Garden Locations
Grateful Tomato Garden, 800 S 600 E, Salt Lake City
Fairpark Garden, 1037 W 300 N, Salt Lake City
People's Portable Garden, 900 S 200 W, Salt Lake City
4th East Garden, 553 S 400 E, Salt Lake City
Historic Sandy Garden, 500 E Locust St., Sandy



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salt lake city, ut guide: farmers

Drake Family Farms
1856 Drake Lane, West Jordan, UT 84084
Tel: 801-255-6455
Fax: 801-562-9815
Contact: Jeanette Drake
soap@drakefamilyfarms.com
http://www.drakefamilyfarms.com

Willow Lane Dairy Goats is located on a ten-acre farm in West Jordan, Utah in the Salt Lake Valley.
Edward Drake settled here in 1880 and now six generations of the Drake Family have farmed here.
The Drake Family Farm is a designated Utah Centennial Farm. The Drake Family has established
Specific Goals for our Historic Century Farm. We are also part of the Utah Slow Foods movement.

We pride ourselves in selling only the World's Finest Quality Fresh Goat Milk, Fresh Goat Milk
Cheese, and Goat Milk Soap at our historic farm. There are many known health benefits of goats
milk and goats milk products. We hope you will come and try some of our Farm Fresh products.

Farnsworth Farms Cider Mill
11228 South 700 East, Sandy, UT 84070
Tel: 801-571-0858
Contact: Shauna
Shauna@FarnsworthCiderMill.com
http://www.farnsworthcidermill.com/

In 1958, John O Farnsworth traded his dairy farm on Creek Road for 50 acres in Sandy, Utah. Over
the years, he raised his family in the apple and apple cider business. John passed away in 2002,
but the family farm is still run by his children. Farnsworth Farms strives to provide delicious, fresh
fruit and vegetables for our friends, family and the community. We also make the best apple cider in
the world. We've been told it's just like drinking an apple.

What makes Farnsworth Farms Apple Cider taste so good? Our sorting process. Because we sell
a raw (un-pasteurized) product, we have to be extremely picky about the apples that go into our
cider. We hand sort through every apple to throw out the bad, rotten or moldy and cut out the bad
parts. Our rule is: If you wouldn't eat it, don't put it in our cider. Most commercial juice makers
receive their apples by the truckload with no hand sorting allowing bad, rotten or moldy apples to go
in. The product is pasteurized, which kills any bacteria that could be in it, but the rotten apple can
still be tasted. We are very proud of our delicious Apple Cider. You can find our cider in most
Harmon's stores in the dairy department, usually next to the juices.

In the fall, we grow tomatoes, eggplant, watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew melon, jalapeno
peppers and Anaheim peppers. We allow the public to come and Pick-Your-Own fruit and
vegetables. It's a wonderful opportunity for children to see where food really comes from - not just
from the grocery store. It's also a fun family activity




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salt lake city, ut guide: farmers markets

Salt Lake City Farmers Market
379 South 300 West , Pioneer Park, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Tel: 801-359-5118
Contact: Kimberly Angeli
Brad@downtownslc.org
http://www.downtownslc.org

Time of Year: June - October, Days of Week/Hours: Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Salt Lake City People's Market
International Peace Gardens, 1000 S 900 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84104 Contact: Kyle LaMalfa

Dates and Location

June 13 - October 24, 2010
Sundays 10am to 3pm

International Peace Gardens
1000 S 900 W, Salt Lake City

Sandy Farmers Market
10450 S. State St., South Towne Center, Sandy, UT 84070
Tel: 801-233-3011
Contact: Reed Balls
aboyack@fbfs.com

Time of Year: August - October, Days of Week/Hours: Friday & Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

South Town Farmers Market
10400 South State Street, Sandy, UT 84070
Tel: 801-233-3000
Contact: Reed Balls
mrb@sisna.com

SEASONAL


August-October
Friday & Saturday, 9 am - 5 pm.

West Jordan Farmers Market
7990 South Redwood Rd., West Jordan, UT 84084
Tel: 801-569-5122
Contact: Paul Coates

Time of Year: July - October, Days of Week/Hours: Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.




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salt lake city, ut guide: online shopping

Cakewalk Vegan Bakery and Grocery
434 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Tel: 801-953-0804
info@cakewalkbakingcompany.com
http://www.cakewalkbakingcompany.com

Specializing in Organic, Fair Trade and Gluten Free Treats

Everything we create is 100% vegan, in an all vegan facility. Visit our store in Salt Lake City, next to
Raincheck Payday Loans in front of Office Max.
Currently providing treats to...
Food Fight Grocery (Portland, OR)
Vegan Essentials (Online)
Sidecar For Pigs Peace (Seattle, WA)
Counter Culture (Austin, TX)
Vegan Freak (Denton, TX)
City Dogs (SLC, UT)
Sugarhouse Coffee (SLC, UT)
Nobrow Coffee (SLC, UT)
Rising Sun (SLC, UT)
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cakewalk-Vegan-Bakery-and-Grocery/232999933519?sk=info




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salt lake city, ut guide: restaurants

Au Naturale
880 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Tel: 801-466-8888
comments@goaunaturale.com
http://www.goaunaturale.com/

Au Naturale's mission is to enrich the lives of our guests, our employees and stakeholders and to
redefine the nature of "fast food". We do this through superior, delicious and healthy food and
beverages delivered quickly and efficiently, world class customer service, sales growth, cost controls
and treating our employees with respect and dignity.

You know why you choose Au Naturale- fresh, healthy, chemical-free and additive-free food that fits
your busy schedule. Well here is why we choose to provide our customers with beef from Direct
Beef:

Direct Beef is the supply arm of the Lazy C Cattle Ranch, a 5th generation ranch that resides the
Northern Utah and Southern Wyoming area. The ranchers at Lazy C have devoted themselves to
moving away from the mainstream feedlots and slaughterhouses that have come to typify American
beef. Through hard work and honest practices, they have created a superior product that addresses
people's craving for better quality, better consistency and healthier beef.

The herds at Lazy C Cattle Ranch are all 100% Black Angus cattle, raised with care by dedicated
ranchers. The herds graze freely on lush seasonal grasses amongst open mountain ranges, and are
never treated with any growth hormones or antibiotics. These ranchers still use cowboy-style
techniques, and believe that the traditional way of raising cattle is the best way. You will never find
cattle being herded with ATV's at the Lazy C; a quiet and calm cow is a happy cow, and you won't
find happier cows than those at the Lazy C.

Chipotle Mexican Grill
Sandy
10387 South State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84070
Tel: 801-571-8547
Fax: 801-571-8706
Contact: Jennifer Granillo
http://www.chipotle.com



Chipotle Mexican Grill
Sugarhouse
1011 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Tel: 801-467-1311
Fax: 801-467-1421
Contact: Jennifer Granillo
http://www.chipotle.com



Omar's Rawtopia
2148 Highland Drive , Salt Lake City, UT 84106



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Tel: 801-486-0332
omar@omarsrawtopia.com
http://www.omarsrawtopia.com/

Rawtopia is the creation of raw foodist and chef Omar Abou-Ismail. With help from his family and
friends, Omar prepares all raw, live, and organic food from scratch with absolute love to create
amazing food that is powerfully healing for your mind, body, and spirit.

Rawtopia is proud to be the only Raw Food Bar in Utah. The intimate, earthy atmosphere and
sensual flavors and aromas allow you to indulge in decadent raw food that is not only delicious, but
healthy, too! Feed your body what nature intended, the food it craves. Your cells will rejoice and you
will never look at food the same way again!

Yes, Omar's Rawtopia is 100% Organic. At Rawtopia, we are committed to the health of our
customers and the planet. For those reasons and many more, we use only 100% organic
ingredients. If something is not available organic, it won't be on the menu. That is our promise to you
at Rawtopia.

One World Cafe
Everybody Eats
41 South, 300 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Tel: 801-953-9953
Contact: Denise Cerreta
denisecerreta45@yahoo.com
http://www.oneworldeverybodyeats.com/home.html

One World Everybody Eats asks guests to pay what they feel the meal warranted based on
suggested a la cart prices. You are asked to choose your own portions so as not to waste food or
over eat. Although the kitchen is a non-profit establishment, it still must meet regular business
expenses. No one in the community is turned away for inability to pay. There are additional ways to
earn a meal. Any extra you may want to donate above the suggested price of your meal goes to
support meals for members of our community that may be food insecure right now.

Pago
878 S. 900 E., Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Tel: 801-532-0777
info@pagoslc.com
http://pagoslc.com/

Pago Definition

The name Pago is derived from the Spanish word for a single vineyard. In 2003, Spain created the
DO Pago designation that refers to exceptional Spanish wine grown outside of the traditional
growing regions.

Location

878 S. 900 E. - Considered one of the best neighborhoods for living and working in Salt Lake City,
the 9th and 9th business district houses established and respected local businesses such as the
Tower Theatre, Coffee Garden, The Children's Hour, Contender Bike Shop, Mazza, and Barbacoa



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to name a few. Pago is proud to be a new member of this community.

Atmosphere

Built in 1910, the Woodman Building features original brickwork throughout adding old world charm
to the renovated space. Reclaimed wood tables compliment the historic quality of the brick.
Additionally, green-building techniques punctuate the restaurant, complimenting the sustainable
food and beverage offerings.

Pago is a meritage of contemporary and old world design aesthetics. This combination allows our
guests to experience Pago as both their familiar neighborhood restaurant and watering hole with an
urban flare. Pago is a great place to grab a casual Belgium beer and an artisan sandwich or to have
a multi-course meal paired with one of the 20 wines by the glass.

Farm to Table

Pago is committed to seeking quality products from local farms and local artisans. We feel that the
closer we are to the farm, the fresher the food. Getting to know the people who produce the food we
eat enriches the local economy and creates meaningful relationships.

Restaurant Supported Agriculture (RSA)

Similar to a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), an RSA invests in local farms. Investing
capital into a farm each spring and developing long-term agreements with farms allow them to offset
the large costs they incur each growing season. Pago currently partners with East Farms and Bell
Organic in an RSA program.

Sage's Cafe
473 East 300 South (Broadway), Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Tel: 801-322-3790
Contact: Ian Brandt
ian@sagescafe.com
http://www.sagescafe.com

At Sage's Cafe we are committed to providing the freshest and healthiest cuisine possible, without
compromising. We feel that producing pure vegetarian foods will demonstrate compassion for earth.

We produce fresh foods, often prepared moments before they reach your table. Please have
patience with our traditional cooking techniques, which do not include microwaves, fryers, or heat
lamps. This technique creates a little more preparation time; the results are well worth it! If you are in
a hurry, please let your server know. There are plenty of menu items that can be prepared very
quickly!!!

We love buying organic and are currently purchasing at least 90% organic. In order to bring you the
freshest foods, variations may occur based on nature's seasonal cycle. Our food is free from any
preservatives. The only canned foods we use are tomatoes and coconut milk. Our sea salt is
harvested underground in Redmond, Utah. We love to use locally grown produce goods when they
are available. Many of the products we use have won national and international awards for
exceptional levels of quality. We purchase teas and coffees that are certified organic, shade grown
and fair trade. These high quality products are generally twice as expensive, sometimes, ten times



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as expensive as conventional products. It is our hope that you will feel as good as we do about
supporting high quality, healthy products and healthy communities world-wide.

The Paris Bistro
1500 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Tel: 801-486-5585
Contact: Chef/Owner Eric DeBonis
info@theparis.net
http://www.theparis.net

The Paris Bistro offers New American cuisine inspired by Italian, French and Mediterranean food
cultures, with an award winning wine list, in a classic bistro and lively zinc bar setting.


Here at The Paris we bring Old World cooking principles to New-American cuisine by offering
soul-satisfying food bound by the seasons and determined from our marketplace. We use the best
and freshest products available, buying locally whenever possible. We strive to reveal the essence
of our ingredients with simple combinations of complementary flavors and textures. While it is true
you will always find some traditional French bistro selections on our menu, you will also find a
diversity of dishes drawing from Italian and Mediterranean influences. The Paris features products
from the American West like local free-range Morgan Valley lamb, Montana Certified Angus Prime
Beef, fresh Pacific seafood, and locally grown organic fruits and vegetables, as well as locally
foraged native wild game, mushrooms, berries, nuts, grains, spices and greens.


The Paris also accommodates large parties, private functions, special events and offers catering
services. The Paris serves dinner and take-out seven nights per week, Monday through Sunday,
beginning at 5 p.m.

Tin Angel Cafe
365 West 400 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Tel: 801-328-4155
http://www.thetinangel.com/

 Perched on the South edge of Pioneer Park, Tin Angel Cafe has easy access to a wide range of
fresh ingredients; Locally grown produce from the Downtown Farmer's Market, Fresh Roasted
Coffee from Rimini, Artisan Breads from Carlucci's Bakery, Fresh Nuts from Western Nut, and
Imported Meats and Cheeses from Tony Caputo's Market are among the daily shopping on the
Chef's list. Tin Angel lovingly balances an interest in Sustainable, Local Ingredients, Fine Flavors,
Art, Music, and an Eccelectic Atmosphere to ensure every experience is better than the last. The
seasonal menu includes a Mediterrranean Bistro Syle Lunch with Soups, Salads, Pastas and
Sandwiches. The Dinner Menu is a bit more upscale with Alluring Entrees, & Fun Tapas that are
very approachable in price and in attitude. Live Music, Rotating Art, Friendly Service, and a great list
of Local Beers, Organic Wines and Creative Martinis round out the experience. Reservations are
Recommended but not required.

Uinta Brewery
1722 South Fremont Drive , Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Tel: 801-467-0909
Contact: Steve Kuftinec



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http://www.uintabrewing.com

Wind powered micro brewery. Lunch is great sandwiches and soup. Pub is open until 7 M-F.

Uinta is committed to brewing world-class beer using the best practices and ingredients. Certified
organic products are among the array of beers offered. Uinta Brewing Company is also proud to be
an OU Kosher certified company producing kosher certified products. Since 2001 Uinta Brewing has
used 100% wind-powered energy, becoming the first Utah business to reach this mark. Please visit
our Business Practices page for more information.

Vertical Diner
2280 South West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Tel: 801-484-8378
Contact: Chef Ian Brandt
ian@verticaldiner.com
http://www.verticaldiner.com/

At Vertical we are committed to providing the freshest and healthiest cuisine possible, while offering
a dining experience that will fulfill all of your senses.

At Vertical we care about the earth. We purchase as many local, organic and unprocessed foods as
possible. Vertical purchases only fair trade and organic coffee, tea and cocoa. We are excited to
serve you! Thank you for your support!

Wild Grape Bistro
481 E South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Tel: 801-746-5565
http://www.wildgrapebistro.com/

 The Wild Grape Bistro has now been open for over a year. Chef's Phelix Gardner and Pete Hines
are back to back winners of the 2009 and 2010 Utah's Top Chef Competition at the Utah Home
Show sponsored by Channel 4. Best New Restaurant award from Salt Lake Magazine, Mentioned in
Best New Restaurant and Best Wine List categories Salt Lake City Weekly, Best Kept Secret Utah
Business Magazine, Written about in Sunset Magazine, Salt Lake Magazine, City Weekly,
Enterprise, Examiner, Avenues Monthly Paper plus several other publications.

It has been our vision and goal to bring you great food, service, atmosphere while supporting the
local businesses and economy.

We are offering a business lunch Monday-Friday for $10.50 which includes Soup or Salad and an
Entrée that changes daily.

You may know local restaurateur, Troy Greenhawt from Flemings Prime Steakhouse or Ruby River
Steakhouse. Troy & Jessica Greenhawt have created the Wild Grape, New West Bistro, with a
vision and a conscience.

Wild Grape is an award winning restaurant.

Envision traditional made-from-scratch cooking from an old west cafe brought up to date by a
modern and creative chef.



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Envision the extensive use of fresh, sustainable, locally produced often organic, products.

Envision the smells and tastes emanating from an authentic wood-fired grill and smoker.

Envision an extensive wine list featuring amazing bottles from some of the West's small and creative
winemakers.

The small town cafe from our old west past often produced wonderfully delicious dishes. They might
feature a locally caught trout or a freshly baked pie with regional berries. Today the availability of
fresh, often organically grown ingredients is almost limitless.

Chef Phelix Gardner, Sous Chef Pete Hines create magic using a wide array of mostly local
products. Wild Grape patrons appreciate cooking that honors our made from scratch heritage but
also meets contemporary expectations.

Troy Greenhawt, Wild Grape's wine steward has brought in the perfect wines to compliment the
inventive menu.

Experience western cuisine at a whole new level of taste and quality.




Winder Farms Country Store and Restaurant
4400 West 4100 South, West Valley City, UT 84120
Tel: 801-963-4833
Contact: Justin Hale
http://www.winderfarms.com

Winder Farms, formerly known as Winder Dairy, has been providing fresh dairy to the doorsteps of
tens of thousands of Utah homes since 1880. However, we're no longer just a milkman. In addition
to hormone-free milk, cheese, creams, yogurt, eggs, fresh squeezed juices, and cookie dough; we
now deliver fresh fruits, vegetables, salads, freshly made pizzas, all-natural bacon and sausage and
more! In fact, we now deliver over 300 products that come fresh from the farm.


We are also a farmer's market on wheels, delivering farm fresh goodness to the doors of families
living healthy, engaged lifestyles. We've built our reputation on selling all-natural milk that's free of
artificial growth hormones and antibiotics. Our passion for fresh and healthy food extends to all of
our products. Many of our products are all-natural, organic, pesticide-free, preservative-free or
hormone-free!
Our skinless and boneless organic chicken is raised with 100% organic feed, and is free of
antibiotics and hormones.

We guarantee your product will be delivered by 8 a.m., and most deliveries are there long before
that.


For customers that prefer to visit the store at Winder Farms, hours of operation are Monday through



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Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.




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Cali's Natural Foods
389 West 1700 South Suite C, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Tel: 801-483-2254
Contact: Ian Brandt
info@calisnaturalfoods.com
http://calisnaturalfoods.com/

Cali's is Salt Lake City's local source for fresh, whole, organic food in the Salt Lake Valley, with
warehouse pricing.

Good Earth Natural Foods
Sandy
7905 South 700 East, Sandy, UT 84070
Tel: (801) 562-2209
http://www.goodearthnaturalfoods.com

Once upon a time, a family had an idea... Good Earth Natural Foods got its start in 1973 when Rae
and Ken Howard, with the help of their son Mike and Rae's mother, Dr. Ann Geaslin, opened a small
store in Provo, Utah. By 1984, our "extra mile" service resulted in an expansion move of the original
Provo store. In 1999, this store was again expanded to a new location to meet the needs of our
customers. Rachel Howard Humphrey and her husband, Todd, have shared in Good Earth's
growing vision. As General Managers and partners, they helped bring the family's commitment to
optimum health to Midvale where a Good Earth was opened in 1989. This store was named as one
of Utah's 100 fastest growing companies in 1996. In 1995, Todd and Rachel opened Bodymasters
Nutrition, a small store located in the Salt Lake City ZCMI Mall. 1996 brought a beautiful new Good
Earth to Orem. In 1998 this store was named by Health Food Business Magazine as one of the top
100 health food stores in the country.

Grandmas Country Foods
386 West 9400 South, Sandy, UT 84070
Tel: 801-748-0808
http://www.grandmascountry.com

We strive to provide consumer value in quality, selection and service. We will use all talents
available to us as management and staff to bring innovative and unique products to the
marketplace. All resources will be utilized to offer our customers superior tasting products,
unsurpassed package design, attractive labels, and fresh marketing concepts.

Liberty Heights Fresh
1290 S 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Tel: 801-583-7374
Fax: 801-466-2491
Contact: Steven Rosenberg
steven@libertyheightsfresh.com
http://www.libertyheightsfresh.com

Authentic, full-flavored food is our calling. We all share the same passion for great food that begins
with responsible land stewardship and ingredients of integrity. Experience the difference in every bit,
bite, and sip. Hey, eat!




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Liberty Heights Fresh, sustainability has always been a core value. Now, with our year-round SFF
program, we're making a renewed commitment to our local and regional family farms and to our
customers who want to eat authentic, full-flavored food that they can feel good about in every
season.

In December of 2008, we began offering Utah's food lovers the opportunity to join a unique CSA
designed to bring fresh produce (and more!) to the table on a weekly basis. That CSA is our current
SFF program. The response has been tremendous and new members are joining every week.
Eating well has never been so easy! In addition to the really beautiful produce included in our vegan
baskets, our vegetarian and omnivore baskets have featured granola, honey, dried fruit, yogurt,
cheese, eggs and sustainably raised beef and lamb with more great new foods each week. And
most of the vegetables, along with much of the fruit, are CCOF certified organic. But we don't stop
there - you can be sure that sustainability is a must for every item we include.

Need another great reason to join? Prices start at less than $25 a week for a full basket of authentic,
full-flavored food!

Macy's
Wes Jordan
7859 S. 3200 W., West Jordan, UT 84088
Tel: 801-984-8226
Contact: Sally Schmidt
http://www.maceys.com/

Grocery store that offers beef, chicken, and dairy products that are free from antibiotics and growth
hormones. They also offer a variety of whole grain, and organically grown products at very
affordable prices.

Shirlyn's Natural Foods
Sandy
729 East 9400 South, Sandy, UT 84094
Tel: 801-562-1118
Fax: 801-562-1206



Shirlyn's Natural Foods
Taylorsville
5578 S. Redwood Rd., Taylorsville, UT 84123
Tel: 801-982-0305
Contact: Dawn

Some organic frozen and refrigerated products, vitamins, minerals, herbs, some bulk foods, books,
gifts, low-carb-section of food products, Hours Mon-Sat 9:00am 8:00pm

Whole Foods Market
Sugarhouse
1131 E. Wilmington Ave., Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Tel: 801-359-7913
Fax: 801-485-7919



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Contact: Mark Regni
http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com

 Founded in 1980 as one small store in Austin, Texas, Whole Foods Market is now the world's
largest retailer of natural and organic foods, with 162 stores in North America and the United
Kingdom. To date Whole Foods Market remains uniquely mission driven: We're highly selective
about what we sell, dedicated to stringent Quality Standards, and committed to sustainable
agriculture.


We believe in a virtuous circle entwining the food chain, human beings and Mother Earth: each is
reliant upon the others through a beautiful and delicate symbiosis. Store Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
seven days a week.

Winder Farms Country Store and Restaurant
4400 West 4100 South, West Valley City, UT 84120
Tel: 801-963-4833
Contact: Justin Hale
http://www.winderfarms.com

Winder Farms, formerly known as Winder Dairy, has been providing fresh dairy to the doorsteps of
tens of thousands of Utah homes since 1880. However, we're no longer just a milkman. In addition
to hormone-free milk, cheese, creams, yogurt, eggs, fresh squeezed juices, and cookie dough; we
now deliver fresh fruits, vegetables, salads, freshly made pizzas, all-natural bacon and sausage and
more! In fact, we now deliver over 300 products that come fresh from the farm.


We are also a farmer's market on wheels, delivering farm fresh goodness to the doors of families
living healthy, engaged lifestyles. We've built our reputation on selling all-natural milk that's free of
artificial growth hormones and antibiotics. Our passion for fresh and healthy food extends to all of
our products. Many of our products are all-natural, organic, pesticide-free, preservative-free or
hormone-free!
Our skinless and boneless organic chicken is raised with 100% organic feed, and is free of
antibiotics and hormones.

We guarantee your product will be delivered by 8 a.m., and most deliveries are there long before
that.


For customers that prefer to visit the store at Winder Farms, hours of operation are Monday through
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.




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Farnsworth Farms Cider Mill
11228 South 700 East, Sandy, UT 84070
Tel: 801-571-0858
Contact: Shauna
Shauna@FarnsworthCiderMill.com
http://www.farnsworthcidermill.com/

In 1958, John O Farnsworth traded his dairy farm on Creek Road for 50 acres in Sandy, Utah. Over
the years, he raised his family in the apple and apple cider business. John passed away in 2002,
but the family farm is still run by his children. Farnsworth Farms strives to provide delicious, fresh
fruit and vegetables for our friends, family and the community. We also make the best apple cider in
the world. We've been told it's just like drinking an apple.

What makes Farnsworth Farms Apple Cider taste so good? Our sorting process. Because we sell
a raw (un-pasteurized) product, we have to be extremely picky about the apples that go into our
cider. We hand sort through every apple to throw out the bad, rotten or moldy and cut out the bad
parts. Our rule is: If you wouldn't eat it, don't put it in our cider. Most commercial juice makers
receive their apples by the truckload with no hand sorting allowing bad, rotten or moldy apples to go
in. The product is pasteurized, which kills any bacteria that could be in it, but the rotten apple can
still be tasted. We are very proud of our delicious Apple Cider. You can find our cider in most
Harmon's stores in the dairy department, usually next to the juices.

In the fall, we grow tomatoes, eggplant, watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew melon, jalapeno
peppers and Anaheim peppers. We allow the public to come and Pick-Your-Own fruit and
vegetables. It's a wonderful opportunity for children to see where food really comes from - not just
from the grocery store. It's also a fun family activity




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     “An individual action, multiplied by millions, creates global change”
All At Once is Jack Johnson’s social action network, where you can make a positive change in your local
and world community through your actions, your voice, and your choice. This year’s All At Once campaign
features over 150 non-profit groups, many of which focus on supporting sustainable local food systems,
community gardens, or farm-to-school projects, as well as plastic free initiatives. Jack Johnson tour
proceeds will go to these groups to support their projects. Here is what you can do to get involved:




                                  YOUR INDIVIDUAL ACTIONS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!




Plant a garden.
• Grow your own food at home or in a community garden. Get connected with other gardeners
  at kitchengardeners.org
• Get involved in a school garden to connect kids to nature through hands-on learning.
  Learn step by step how to get your school garden growing and check out creative classroom
  gardening projects at kidsgardening.com
• Join the growing Farm to School movement to support serving healthy and locally sourced
  school lunches. Visit the National Farm to School Network to find a program in your area at
  farmtoschool.org



Strive to be plastic free.
• Pledge to reduce your plastic waste. Take Surfrider Foundation’s
  RiseAbovePlastics.org pledge and PlasticPollutionCoalition.org’s
  S.U.P.E.R. Hero Pledge and learn more about what you can do to
  be plastic free.
• Carry your own reusable bag and water bottle wherever you go.
  Nearly every plastic bottle ever made still exists today. Do your part
  and reuse!
• Get involved with projects that are raising awareness about
  plastic free alternatives. Check out what others are doing to make a statement. Follow the
  ThePlastiki.org voyage across the South Pacific and see what the Algalita Marine Research
  Foundation (Algalita.org) has discovered in the North Pacific Gyre.


        Connect to the All At Once non-profit partners promoting
        sustainable local food systems – visit AllAtOnce.org/nonprofits




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                          LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!




Support a vision for sustainable
agriculture and healthy food.
• Sign the Roots of Change Food Declaration for Healthy
  Food and Agriculture fooddeclaration.org Ask legislators
  to take a closer look at how we grow, distribute, and prepare
  food in order to meet our growing food needs without
  compromising our health or the environment.
• Contact your legislators and support healthy lunches in school. Go to Slow Food’s
  Time for Lunch petition (bit.ly/DU3LP) and join the national movement. Visit TheLunchBox.
  org to support the One More Dollar a Day for Healthy School Food effort and ask Congress
  to invest in healthy school lunches for every child.
• Stay informed on Food and Farm Policy Issues with Head Count. Stay up to date
  on the latest news in sustainable agriculture and get involved by volunteering and taking
  legislative action.



Support legislation that reduces
single use plastics.
                            • Join the Take Back the Tap Campaign. Ditch single-use
                              bottled water, support local water infrastructure, and refill at
                              the tap. Join the Take Back the Tap Campaign (bit.ly/dCkzce)
                            • Support local and national efforts to reduce single
                              use plastics. If you’re in California, send a letter to your

    Vote                      Assemblymember in support of Heal the Bay’s plastic ban (bit.
                              ly/aTegha) to ban single use plastic bags, limit the distribution of
                              paper bags, and require reusable bags for purchases.
                            • Stay informed on Plastic Free Initiatives. Check out
                              riseaboveplastics.blogspot.com.


    Connect to the All At Once non-profit partners promoting
    sustainable local food systems – visit AllAtOnce.org/nonprofits




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                              MAKE CONSCIOUS PURCHASING DECISIONS




Choose to buy seasonal,
locally grown, organic food.
• Eat at restaurants that serve local organic produce. Check out this Guide to Good Food from
  the EatWellGuide.org for a list of local and sustainable eating options.
• Shop at your local farmers market or farm stand. Visit LocalHarvest.org for a farm or market
  near you.
• Join a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). Become a share-holder of a local farm,
  support its operation, and receive fresh food throughout the growing season.




Choose plastic free packaging
and say no to bottled water.
              • Purchase products with no or minimal plastic packaging. Choose to purchase
                items in bulk and look for products made out of recycled and/or biocompostable
                materials with the least amount of packaging.
              • Support restaurants that use alternatives to plastic take-out materials.
                All across the nation there are programs that promote plastic free businesses,
                here are a few examples: GreenPlate.org in Atlanta, Georgia, Plastic Free Hawaii
                (bit.ly/bxJtNY) and Where’s your bag (bit.ly/txvXi) in Santa Barbara, California.
              • Make a choice not to buy bottled water. Take the FilterForGood pledge at
                filterforgood.com and watch the Story of Bottled Water to learn about manufactured
                demand and why bottled water isn’t always the best choice.




       Connect to the All At Once non-profit partners promoting
       sustainable local food systems – visit AllAtOnce.org/nonprofits




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ABOUT JACK JOHNSON’S GREEN ACTIVISM
Jack Johnson, and his wife Kim, have spent the last seven years effecting change in their home state of
Hawaii and worldwide through involvement in many social and environmental issues. Their Kokua Hawaii
Foundation and Kokua Festival support environmental education in Hawaii’s schools and communities.
Jack Johnson’s 2008 tour and CD, Sleep Through the Static, set a new precedent in the music industry by
taking an eco-friendly approach to all aspects of production. In conjunction with his 2008 world tour, Johnson
launched the AllAtOnce.org campaign and gave 100% of his tour profits to local non-profit partners through
his newly established Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation.

In 2010, Jack Johnson released his newest album, To The Sea, on his own label Brushfire Records and
embarked on another world tour. To The Sea was recorded at his solar-powered studio and will be released
in eco-friendly packaging. His world tour will continue to lead the way in sustainable touring efforts to reduce
its environmental impact in significant ways. This year’s All At Once campaign will focus on supporting non-
profit groups and engaging fans in the realms of plastic waste reduction and sustainable local food systems.
As in 2008, Jack Johnson will once again donate 100% of his tour profits to charity.

Here is a brief snapshot of Jack Johnson’s activism:

KOKUA HAWAII FOUNDATION
In 2003 the Johnsons founded the Kokua Hawaii Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports
environmental education in the schools and communities of Johnson’s native home state of Hawaii. The
Foundation’s mission is to provide students with exciting and interactive encounters that will enhance their
appreciation for, and understanding of, their environment so they will be lifelong stewards of the earth. In
addition to several school programs, the Foundation’s work has expanded with local community events and
environmental action campaigns. Visit kokuahawaiifoundation.org for more information.

KOKUA FESTIVAL
The Johnsons created and produce the Kokua Festival, which is now heading into its sixth year.
The Festival raises funds for the Kokua Hawaii Foundation programs and also serves as an international
environmental education event that models green practices. All parties involved in producing the Festival
are committed to environmental sustainability– striving for a zero-waste and carbon-neutral event. Kokua
greening actions include the Earth Day Resolution campaign, zero-waste stations, water refill stations,
eco-friendly concert merchandise featuring US-made organic cotton and 100% post-consumer waste
recycled paper, use of local and sustainable biodiesel in production vehicles and generators, a Kokua
Village showcasing green companies and environmental non-profits, locally-grown organic concessions and
catering, bike valet and electric concert shuttles, and offsetting all festival CO2 emissions through renewable
energy programs in Hawaii. Visit kokuafestival.com for more information.

JOHNSON OHANA CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
100% of Jack Johnson’s 2008 tour profits were used to establish the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation,
an endowment founded by Jack and his wife Kim to support environmental, art and music education now
and into the future. The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation has made over $750,000 in donations to
date and as part of the 2010 world tour, will offer direct and matching donations to All At Once partner non-
profits.




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1% FOR THE PLANET
In 2004, Jack Johnson became the 50th member of 1% For The Planet.
Johnson’s 2005 release of In Between Dreams became the first album to
carry the 1% label and his 2005 world tour promoted the 1% For The Planet
mission and brand and helped to launch the organization. Today 1% For
The Planet is a growing global movement of more than 700 companies that
donate 1% of their sales to a network of more than 1,500 environmental
organizations worldwide. In the process, these companies pave the
way for more corporate responsibility in the business community. Visit
onepercentfortheplanet.org for more information.

GREEN TOURING
Jack Johnson’s tour production team is at the forefront of the green touring movement, effecting change
at many levels in the industry. In 2005, Jack Johnson, along with his crew, MusicMatters and leading
environmental scientists developed the EnviroRider, an environmental handbook presenting eco-friendly
options and actions for the various components of tour production. For Johnson’s 2008 tour, the EnviroRider
was updated to reflect new technologies and practices, and to include more stringent policies for venue
participation, requiring compliance with waste reduction, recycling, and CO2 offsetting guidelines. In 2008,
Johnson enlisted the help of environmental non-profit Reverb to execute all onsite tour greening efforts and
fan outreach. With the help of MusicMatters, Reverb and the cooperation of fans and venues around the
world, Johnson was successful in not only implementing changes for his tour dates but also in engaging fans
and encouraging venues to adopt lasting sustainable practices.

For Johnson’s 2010 world tour, his production team, with the support of Reverb, will continue to pave the
way in green touring practices. Tour trucks and coaches will use sustainable biodiesel where possible
to reduce CO2 emissions. Fans will be incentivized to use mass transportation and the All At Once ride
share program. All tour merchandise will be made from sustainable materials with a focus on reusables
and renewables. The tour will collaborate with local food producers in each community to promote and
provide locally grown and organic foods. Waste reduction measures will be expanded with on-site water refill
stations along with bio-ware, composting and recycling. After all energy conservation measures have been
taken, remaining CO2 emissions will be offset through support of a variety of carbon management projects.
Visit jackjohnsonmusic.com/greening for tour details.

ALL AT ONCE – FAN ENGAGEMENT AND ACTIVATION
In 2008, Jack Johnson and crew launched All At Once, a social action network and global community
based on the belief that an individual action, multiplied by millions, creates global change. All At Once
provides information, tools, and motivation to empower individuals to become active in their local and world
community. At the close of the 2008 world tour, All At Once raised over $900,000 for local non-profits and
generated over 250,000 individual actions. Visit AllAtOnce.org for more information.

The Village Green is where All At Once comes to life at Johnson’s concerts – fans connect with non-profit
partners, learn about environmental actions, capture environmental commitment photos, reduce plastic
waste by filling reusable bottles at water stations, and enter their AAO Passport for a chance to watch Jack’s
performance from the sidestage.




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NON-PROFIT SUPPORT AND COLLABORATION
Johnson’s 2010 tour is collaborating with over 150 hand-chosen community groups working in the realms of
plastic waste reduction, sustainable agriculture, community & school gardens, climate change, water quality,
and environmental education. Partnering non-profits are hosting volunteer events leading up to the shows
and using donated concert tickets to leverage new members or raise funds for their projects. Participating
non-profits interact with fans at the concerts in the “Village Green,” with the goal of raising awareness about
local issues and engaging community action. The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation offers direct and
matching donations to all non-profit tour partners in addition to the expanded support and promotion they
receive from the All At Once online community.

2010 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT GOALS
Impacts will be tracked throughout Johnson’s 2010 world tour to demonstrate how collective action
can result in significant change. An end-of-tour report will be available at www.AllAtOnce.org and
jackjohnsonmusic.com. Measurable actions include:
     • Number of All At Once pledges on site and online
     • Number of participants in local environmental events & projects leading up to the concert
     • Dollars raised for local All At Once non-profit partners
     • Tons of CO2 reduced from All At Once & tour efforts (ride sharing, carbon offsets, biodiesel)
     • Number of plastic bags and water bottles replaced by reusables
     • Pounds of waste recycled/composted at the venues

BRUSHFIRE RECORDS LABEL GREENING
Jack Johnson’s record label, Brushfire Records, is blazing a trail in environmental responsibility among
record labels. Brushfire is headquartered in a newly-renovated green building, leveraging a number of
innovative features to keep their environmental impact low.

These features include: solar panels that provide all power for offices and studio, interior/exterior wall
insulation made from 100% post consumer waste (cotton from blue jean scraps), a Duro-Last green roof
and recycled shingles, refinished hardwood, cork and marmoleum flooring, and low VOC paints and
primers. In addition, the record label pays close attention to its internal operations, monitoring energy use
and increasing efficiency through lighting and fixtures, reducing office waste and ensuring company-wide
recycling, composting, sourcing sustainable goods for office supplies and other operational needs, and
offsetting all company CO2 emissions.

Brushfire has also worked to get its clients and colleagues on board. The label is a member of 1% for
the Planet and encourages its artists to do the same. In addition, Brushfire convinced Universal (their
manufacturer/distributor) to use FSC-certified recycled paper for all their Brushfire music and film releases,
developed the first 100% recycled plastic tray, and piloted a new form of environmental packaging called
Eco-Pac.

Brushfire Records is also a founding member of the recently launched Green Music Group. Brushfire will
be working with other Green Music Group members to develop industry greening standards that will assist
other labels, artists, venues, and music industry professionals in implementing sustainable practices. Visit
brushfirerecords.com for more information.

              Media contact:
              Fresh and Clean Media
              Shelby Meade 310-313-7200
              Shelby@freshcleanmedia.com




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