• Greenhouse Media
    Small creative firm specializing in narrative video production and media consulting and design services.
  • Greenhouse Ashlandoh
    When I’m not planning events for clients in Ashland Ohio, I’m find amazing greenhouses. https://www.bbb.org/akron/business-reviews/greenhouse/green-valley-growers-inc-in-ashland-oh-90009945
  • Dramm
    Dramm provides quality, durable and professional watering tools, accessories and natural fertilizers to nurseries, greenhouses and avid gardeners nationwide and strives to produce products that save time and energy while providing quality products that will last a lifetime.
  • Navrattan Cement
    Good quality green structures constructed with green cement-like Navrattan Crete utilize less, squander less and produce less greenhouse gas outflows than ordinary structures. The Navrattan Crete is condition neighbourly, manageable, dependable, solid and reasonable.
  • Green E
    Green-e is the nation's leading independent certification and verification program for renewable energy and greenhouse gas emission reductions in the retail market. It has two certification and one verification programs: Green-e Climate is a voluntary certification program launched in 2007 that sets consumer-protection and environmental-integrity standards for greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions sold in the voluntary market. Green-e Energy is the nation's leading independent certification and verification program for renewable energy. Green-e Marketplace is a program that allows companies to display the logo when they have purchased a qualifying amount of renewable energy and passed our verification standards.
  • Pavonetti
    Shane Pavonetti has been working in the field of architecture and building for over a decade. After undergraduate studies he worked as a project manager for a small commercial construction company. Inspired by a love for construction and confirmed by a trip to Europe, Shane discovered architecture was his calling. After completing the Masters of Architecture program at the University of Texas at Austin, he worked in architecture firms in Paris and Barcelona before moving to New York. After a year of working at Tsao & McKown Architects in New York he moved back to Austin and spent over a year on various commercial and residential projects at Miro Rivera Architects. As a designer who has worked in several countries and on scales ranging from a greenhouse in Texas to a 30 story condo tower in Hong Kong, Shane brings a broad international perspective to a regional, almost vernacular design sensibility.