- Walk Oakland Bike Oakland
- East Bay Bicycle Coalition
- Habitat for Humanity (thanks for the donations!)
- Greening Oakland Homes
- East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse
- Ella Baker Center
- SunPower Solar
There were also a number of groups I wasn't familiar with:
- Friends of the Morcom Rose Garden - There's a nice post on the rose garden at Oaktown Art
- Universal Waste Management - electronic waste recyclers based here in Oakland
- B Spoke Tailor - custom and individualized cycling clothes
There appeared to be a good turn out for the event. I was there after noon so I missed the special Earth Day 2010 photo shoot that was planned, but I saw lots of people checking out the booths.
In a bit of irony, PG&E was there trying to to drum up some good press for smart meters after the problems they've been having with smart meters in Bakersfield; a couple of booths down was a group encouraging people to Vote No on 16. Prop 16 is sponsored by PG&E to the tune of millions of dollars, and they're putting it forth as a "keep governments from spending unlimited funds without a vote". In reality, it's because PG&E doesn't want municipalities like Marin becoming power producers and thereby competing with PG&E. On one hand, I love that PG&E sponsors the solar panels for Habitat for Humanity homes around California, but then they pull stuff like Prop 16. Sigh.