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  • Absolutely Delightful - Eleanor Dziuk (honey) (602) 331-8721
    > www.absolutelydelightfulhoney.com
  • Advanced Allergy Relief of Arizona - Dylan Foster D.C. (877) 55-ALLERGY
    > www.BecomeAllergyFree.com
  • Aeoliah
    > www.aeoliah.com
    > http://musicforhealthyliving.
  • Alsek River Fish Co. (602) 525-2915
  • Andrea Lambert (raw chef)
  • Arcosanti - NORTH PHOENIX (shelter)
    www.arcosanti.org
  • Arizona 420 Evaluations (medical marihuana)
  • Arizona Enneagram Society - Jaye Anders
  • Arizona Holistic Chamber of Commerce - Janet Gangl (480) 245-9632
    > www.azholisticchamber.com
  • Arizona Integrative Medical Center - Dr. Stallone (medical center, cancer treatment) (480) 214-3922
    > 8144 E. Cactus Rd., Suite 820 - SCOTTSDALE
    > www.drstallone.com
    > www.scottsdalecancertreatmentcenter.com
    > www.mydermalfillers.com
  • Arizona State University - TEMPE (602) 266-4228
  • Arizona Valley Farms
  • Biltmore Resort
  • Blue Nile
  • Boyce Thompson Arboretum (520) 689-2811
    > Highway 60 Milepost #223 - SUPERIOR
    > http://cals.arizona.edu
  • Burton Barr Central Library
  • Bread Basket Bakery (480) 423-0113
    > Camelback/Miller Plaza, 4436 N. Miller Rd. #102 - SCOTTSDALE
    > www.bbasketbakery.com
  • Butterfly Wonderland (480) 800-3000 - SCOTTSDALE
    > www.butterlywonderland.com
  • Camping
    > North River Rd/Lake Pleasant: Two miles west of N. River Rd. Towards Lake Pleasant near solar plant
  • Candice Alexander
  • Carefree Resort - CAREFREE
  • Centre for Well-Being Spa & Fitness - Phoenician Resort
  • Creative Living Fellowship - Rev. Michelle
    > 6530 N. 7th - PHOENIX
  • Desert Botanical Gardens
    > 1201 N. Galvin Parkway
    > www.dbg.org
  • Desert Sky Montessori
  • Desert Willow Botanicals (602) 451-5252
    > www.dwbotanicals.com
  • Dr. Katka Novakova, MD (Czech), ND (primary care doctor) (480) 551-9000
    > 9977 N. 95th Street, Suite 101 - SCOTTSDALE
    > www.drkatka.com
  • Edible Phoenix (magazine)
  • El Dorado Hot Springs - TONAPAH
  • Expo/Psychic Fair (480) 443-0136
    > 7119 E. Mercer - SCOTTSDALE
  • Farmyard - Sarah Kidwell (602) 954-1440
    > www.myfarmyard.com
  • Fontana D'Amour Restaurant (480) 483-5633
    > At the Borgata - SCOTTSDALE
    > www.fontanadiamore.com
  • Full Moon Chanting Circle (602) 906-4080
    > 6530 N. 7th St. - PHOENIX
  • Gartner Cole, Festival Producer & Recording Engineer - SCOTTSDALE
    > Produced music for Warner Brothers Records
  • Gilbert Cosmetic & Family Dentistry (holistic dentistry) - Dr. Navid Zamani, D.M.D. (480) 497-2000
    > 3611 E. Baseline Rd., Suite 104 - GILBERT
    > www.drzamani.com
  • Grate Roots - Stephanie Sherman (602) 369- 4648 (premium horseradish)
    > www.grateroots.com
  • Green Cabs for Blue Skies (transportation)
  • Heaven on Earth Sanctuary (928) 308-2146
    > 4395 Lake Forest Lane - GRANITE DELLS NEAR PRESCOTT
    > www.happyoasis.com/retreat
    > www.happyoasis.com/events/upcoming-events
    > www.happyoasis.com/books
  • Holistic Chamber Luncheon
    > 11500 N. Hayden Rd. - SCOTTSDALE
  • Horney Toad Farm
  • Iskcon of Phoenix (480) 705-4900
    > 100 S. Weber Dr. - CHANDLER
  • J.W. Marriott Desert Ridge Resort
  • Juice Core (602) 524-4036
  • Land of Ahhs
    > www.landofahhs.com
  • Life Energy Awakenings - Leanne (623) 4654-5288
  • Lotus Wei Flower Essences (602) 606-2212
    > www.lotuswei.com
  • Love My Colon Hydrotherapy - SCOTTSDALE (775) 343-9244
    > www.lovemycolon.com
  • Loving Hut
    > 3515 West Union Hills
  • Meetups Phoenix
    > etc.
  • Mesa Arts Center (venue)
    > One East Main Street - MESA
    > www.mesaartscenter.org
  • Mesa Farmer's Market - MESA
  • Musical Instruments Museum (480) 478-6000
    > 4725 E. Mayo Boulevard
    > www.mim.org
  • MyDentist.com - Dr. Michael D. Margolis - Dr. Stephen A Kovar (480) 833-2232
    > 2045 S Vineyard Rd. #153 - MESA
    > www.mydentist.com
  • Naked Chocolates
    > www.bnakedchocolates.com
  • Natural Awakenings - Eric C. Sells (480) 266-5601
    > P.O. Box 11818 - CHANDLER
    > www.NaturalAZ.com
  • Nature Works Best (medical clinic, cancer treatment) (480) 839-2800
    > www.natureworksbest.com
  • New Vision Center for Spiritual Living - Jody Floyd
    > 18010 N. Tatum Blvd
  • Nonnas Organic Sauces LLC - Lyn McGuire (480) 371-6207
    > www.nonnassauces.com
  • Phoenician Resort
  • Phoenix Acupuncture Clinic - Jose Montoya, L.Ac.Dipl.Ac. (480) 777-5522
    > www.phoenixacupunctureclinic.com
  • Phoenix Farmer's Market
  • Phoenix Rising Healing - Ellie Pechet (602) 923-1292 OR (508) 237-4929 - PHOENIX
    > www.PhoenixRisingHealing.com
  • Pomegranite - AWATUKEE
  • Premier Barter
    > www.premierbarter.com
  • Pure Salon (480) 339-6688
    > 8711 East Pinnacle Peak - SCOTTSDALE
    > 6 West Vernon Ave
    > www.puresalonaz.com
  • Raw for Life
    > www.rawforlife.com
  • Raw Food Phoenix MEGA Potluck
    > Kiwanis Park, 6111 S. All American Way - TEMPE
  • Raw Inspirations
    > www.rawinspirations.com
  • Raw Spirit Festival - December 30th & 31st, 2011 (928) 308-2146
    > www.rawspirit.com
  • Reiki Healing Studio - Nicole Duran (602) 751-7872
    > www.raisethevibration.org
  • Renee Morgan Brooks (602) 403-8339
  • Sacred Sisterhood Soul Cards (602) 906-4080
    > 6530 N. 7th St. - PHOENIX
  • Salon 3131 (organic facials & pedicures)
  • San Tan Groves - John & Kathy Melfy (non-pesticide citrus) (480) 988-1809
    > 26708 South Tangelo - QUEEN CREEK
  • Sedona - Phoenix Shuttle (928) 282-2066
  • Scottsdale Resort
    > 7700 East McCormick Pkway - SCOTTSDALE
  • Shrine of Holy Wisdom (venue) - MESA
  • Skysong - PHOENIX
  • Southwest Institute of Healing Arts (480) 994-9244 (class venue)
    > 1100 E. Apache Blvd - TEMPE
    > www.swiha.edu
  • Star Knowledge Conference - Alan (818) 661-7457 - CAREFREE
  • Star Lion Temple
  • Storm Wisdom
    > 3375 E. Shea
    > www.stormwisdom.com
  • Sunshine Food Co (relishes)
    > www.sunshinefoodco.com
  • SW Herb Shop & Gathering Place - Kathy Gould (480) 694-9931
    > 148 N. Center Street - MESA
    > www.SWHerb.com
  • "Talk for Food" TV - Dr. Adam Abraham
  • The Phoenician Resort
  • TJ Farms
  • TryYoga - Geraldine (602) 906-4080
    > 9623 N. 7th St.
  • Urban Farmer - Greg Peterson (602) 565-7045
  • University of Phoenix

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