2012 tree huggers ball
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*Adult Tickets purchased at the gate will be $30.00 each

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Map to Tree Huggers Ball
Directions from Orange: From the 55 Fwy., take Chapman Ave. East past Jamboree. Chapman becomes Santiago Canyon Rd.
Continue past Irvine Lake for approx. 2.5 miles. Turn left on Silverado Canyon Rd. Go approx. 100 yards and turn left on
Black Star Canyon Rd. Go approx. 1/2 mile and tuern right on Baker Canyon Rd. Go approx. 1 mile to the entrance gate.

Directions from Lake Forest: From the 5 Fwy. take El Toro Rd. east (inland.) Go past Cooks Corner and continue approx. 6 miles.
Turn right on Silverado Canyon Rd. Go approx. 100 yards and turn left on Black Star Canyon Rd.
Go approx. 1/2 mile and tuern right on Baker Canyon Rd. Go approx. 1 mile to the entrance gate

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Tree Huggers Ball Sponsor Request Letter & Submission Form (PDF)

4:00pm to Dusk - Sustainability Fair
6:00pm to 11:00pm - Tree Huggers Ball

9th Annual Tree Hugger’s Ball and Sustainability Fair: Saturday June 1, 2013
This year's Tree Hugger's Ball, scheduled for Saturday, June 1st , in Blackstar Canyon (Silverado), CA, is a chance to experience the beautiful canyon areas we are striving to preserve while helping to educate the community about our vanishing wild spaces, and our vital part as stewards of the earth. Along with other environmental festivities, manufacturers of green products and services will be exhibiting at our event. Last year our fair presented fuel efficient, biodiesel & veggie cars, altemative energy, nutrition & native plant companies, and local environmental groups such as the Sierra Club, Santiago Creek Watershed Project, Friends of the Foothills and other grass roots organizations- We have recently become an acclaimed "ZERO WASTE' event thanks to the leadership of Stephanie Barger and the Earth Resource Foundation with onsite composting, reusable dinnerware and recycling efforts, our 2010 event generated only ONE bag of trash. Wear an earthy costume and bring reusable dinnerware to receive free raffle tickets for prizes!
2013 Band Lineup

2013 Guest Speaker

robert hanna

Please sign-up to be a sponsor of the 2012 Tree Huggers Ball:
Sponsor Request Letter
CLCF wishes to give a heartfelt THANK YOU to all our Sponsors
Juaneño Band of Mission Indians Acjachemen Nation
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Mother's Market & Kitchen
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Whole Foods Market
Let Whole Foods Market help you enjoy more time with loved ones, with less time in the kitchen.
Orange County Conservation Corps
Tools to Green the Future!

Get outside yourself.

Sea & Sage Audubon Society
An Orange County Chapter of the National Audubon Society
tides foundation

Tides Foundation
Realize Your Vision Of Positive Social Change

new belgium ale
New Belgium Brewing Company
Lovingly Caring For The Planet That Sustains Us
southern california edison
Southern California Edison
Committed To Environmental Protection
Naturalist For You
Connecting everyone to their local wilderness!
Orange County Interfaith Coalition for the Environment
Empowering People To Actively Protect and Preserve Creation Through Responsible Stewardship
helio power
Residential and Commercial Solar Solutions
earth resource foundation
Earth Resource Foundation
Teaching Environmental Resposibility Where You
Live, Work and Play
Outdoor Clothing, Apparel and Gear For Climbing
the path bike shop
The Path Bike Shop
Love The Bike You Ride

Changing The World Without Changing The Earth

Bring your own "pack in & pack out" dinnerware
and receive a raffle ticket to win a cool Prize!!!

Canyon Land Conservation Fund
PO Box 613
Silverado, CA 92676-0613

Saturday June 23, 2012! The OC's best fun family music fest and environmental awareness event in one!
Proceeds from this event will be used for preservation efforts of wild lands of East Orange and
within the Santa Ana Mountains threatened by upscale housing developments.
Help us save our vanishing wild lands for future generations to enjoy and protect!

Canyon Land Conservation Fund past Sponsors include:
Cornerstone RV Park
BV Productions
Sierra Club
CRMW - Coal River Mountian Watch
Kean Coffee
Greens Cafe
I Heart Mountains
Waste Management of Orange County
Rainbow Disposal
Lost Hills Music
Canyon Septic