Welcome New Artist Rob Bolduc to The Zero Shop!
Aug
3
to Aug 29

Welcome New Artist Rob Bolduc to The Zero Shop!

We are super excited to welcome Rob Bolduc to the shop for the month of August! You can find more images of his work on Instagram @rb_woodworking. His creations from reclaimed wood are pretty incredible…you’ve got to check them out! See ya in the shop!

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Super Sonic Summer Block Party Pop-Up
Aug
2
5:30 PM17:30

Super Sonic Summer Block Party Pop-Up

We’re popping up at the Event Santa Cruz Super Sonic Summer Block Party!

This event will raise money to help support Island Conservation. $1 from every admission will go to Island Conservation, a science-based nonprofit that prevents extinctions by removing invasive species from islands (only $3 at the door but must RSVP).

Don’t forget to bring your own mug or cup!



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Zero Waste Lifestyle Q&A at The Zero Shop
Jul
24
4:30 PM16:30

Zero Waste Lifestyle Q&A at The Zero Shop

THIS IS A FREE EVENT!!!

Come prepared with questions, suggestions, thoughts, frustrations and leave inspired to make an impact!

Seating is limited so, although the event is free, we do ask that you register to attend.

Complete the form below to reserve your seat:

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We are very excited to welcome Callee Ackland to The Zero Shop!

Callee is a self-proclaimed hippie who is dedicated to inspiring + enabling others to live their best ethical + eco-friendly lifestyle. She created Bestowed Essentials at age 23 while on active-duty in the US Navy, and is now an eco-entrepreneur, zero waste activist + speaker, and host of the Hippie Haven Podcast, all while traveling the United States in her converted 2014 Ram Promaster van. Her first book Starting A Zero Waste Business: Everything I Wish I'd Known will be available Summer 2019! Learn more about Callee on her blog AHippieInAVan.com or join her Hippie Haven community on FB.

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Globially-Conscious Swimwear Pop-Up!
Jul
20
to Jul 21

Globially-Conscious Swimwear Pop-Up!

Join us in welcoming Santos Swim and their swimwear fabric, made with 78% ECONYL® regenerated nylon, resulting in less new fabric added into the fashion cycle. By choosing to use this fabric made primarily from ghost fishing nets and other nylon waste in their swimwear, they are choosing to support cleaner oceans around the world without compromising on quality.

Come on by the shop Saturday and Sunday July 20th and 21st from 10am to 6pm to check out their selection of suits and meet the designer! Hope to see you there!

Santos Swim is a globally-conscious swimwear brand, inspired by world travels and committed to clean oceans. Through our designs, we seek to showcase the beauty found in every destination and to create a global community that will inspire one another to live consciously. We choose recycled materials before new ones, design based on style rather than trends, and value transparency over exclusivity. We welcome you into this community and invite you to grow with us.
— Santos Swim


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Wetfeet Photo and Save Our Shores Event
Jul
11
5:30 PM17:30

Wetfeet Photo and Save Our Shores Event

Join us Thursday July 11th

5:30-7:30 in the shop!

We’re excited to host Wetfeet Photography in the shop for the month of July! Come and appreciate how Brian has captured this beautiful place we live in.

Save Our Shores Executive Director Katherine O’Dea to give a brief talk about plastic pollution and the work she and her organization are doing.

In honor of Plastic Free July, for the month, we will be giving 10% of profits to Save Our Shores. We hope you can join us!

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Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

Citizen Science: Sustainable Living with Zero Waste

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Come join us in a discussion with Master Recycler Terry Grove and Dr. Elliott Campbell, an Associate Professor and the Gliessman Presidential Chair in Water Resources and Food System Sustainability in the Environmental Studies Department at UC Santa Cruz. My husband and I will also be sharing our experiences in how we’ve decreased our waste as a family of 4.

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