Our Partners

Our Partners

The Ecology Center’s corporate partners represent outstanding businesses tackling challenges with creativity to allow economy, community, and our shared environments to thrive.

The Ecology Center and our partners work to generate and distribute creative solutions. We are backed by organizations committed to sustainability, working to build to a more vibrant future. Together, we collaborate on award-winning installations, campaigns, programs, giveaways, and more — all to inspire our community towards change making.

Cultivating dynamic partnerships with like-minded brands is one of our greatest strengths. We pride ourselves on developing meaningful and authentic relationships with mutual benefit to both our partners and The Ecology Center.

Interested in collaborating with The Ecology Center? Send us an email at info@theecologycenter.org.

Grow / Partner

Great Park Neighborhoods

In partnership with the Great Park Neighborhoods in Irvine, CA, The Ecology Center is activating vibrant garden-centered spaces, including resident supported raised beds, a learning greenhouse, and an outdoor kitchen. These installations will support hands-on programming for homeowners in the Great Park Neighborhoods, including backyard skills workshops, volunteer opportunities in the garden, and community celebrations.

Grow / Partner

Carlsbad

In 2017, the City of Carlsbad and The Ecology Center have partnered to provide free composting workshops and discounted composting tools to Carlsbad residents.

Our Partners:

Five Point Communities
Fresh Point
Laguna Beach Brew Company
Hurley International
Marisla Foundation
Mamma Chia
Microsemi Corporation
New Belgium Brewing
Orange County Community Foundation
Patagonia Provisions
Prana
Ripple
Sambazon
San Diego Gas & Electric
So Cal Gas

The Edible Schoolyard Project
The Fieldstone Foundation
The Hexberg Family Foundation
The Living Peace Foundation
The Stanley Hanson Foundation
The Tod & Linda White Foundation
The Wege Foundation
The Draper Family Foundation
TEN Ag Tech
Western Digital
Zago
Vissla