Future Now caters to alternative learning styles by providing an environment in which attendees can speak face to face with exhibitors who have demonstrated a commitment to saving our planet, attend an informative lecture, learn from a documentary or participate in an action-oriented workshop. There will be something for everyone!

We are currently closed to new exhibitors! Thanks to everyone who will be participating.

Check out our (GROWING) list of exhibitors below.

Nonprofit arts organization offering in school and after school programming, as well as summer programs.

After School arts program

Burgers, vegetarian options, ice cream, and more.

Annie Bananie & More Food stand

Transformative, scientifically tested products made from pure, botanically based ingredients.

Arbonne Organics

One of a kind, eco conscious, hand painted multifunctional canvas totes.

Artisan Bags

Raw chocolate.

Aruna Chocolates

Local organic farming.

Back 40 Farm

Take the pledge to go straw-less!

Be Straw Free Campaign

Recycled paper jewelry made by Ugandan women living in extreme poverty. Shea products will also be available

Bead for Life

Locally handcrafted artisan ice pops. Using raw fruits, vegetables and herbs Bees Knees offers tasty and intriguing flavors for all ages!

Bees Knees Ice Pops

Pasture-raised chickens and pork, vegetables, hops and apples. 

Camps Road Farm/Kent Falls Brewing Co.

Kick-off of the Cork Recycling Program. Bring your corks to County Wine's Expo table to be recycled!!

County Wine and Spirits

The Connecticut Northeast Organic Farming Association will be promoting organic land care.


CT Northeast organic farming association

Check out electric and hybrid cars from: Tesla, BMW (BMW 13), Audi (E-Tron), Hyundai (Sonata Hybrid and Ioniq), Toyota (Prius), and Chevy (Volt).

Electric & hybrid cars

Plants and flowers.

Everything Botanical

Books by Expo speakers and exhibitors about local and environmental issues.

Hickory Stick Bookshop

Educational materials about the Housatonic River watershed, tips for how landowners can be "River Smart," and more.


Information about sustainable land use by Native Americans and handmade wooden flutes by Allan Madahbee.

Institute for American Indian Studies

Native plants.

Land People Habitat

Residential and commercial Solar PV Electric Systems

litchfield hills solar

Unique, contemporary and sophisticated floral arrangements

Loretta Stagen Floral Designs

Beehives, butterfly houses, bird houses, owl houses.

Mike's beehives

Home to the largest selection of organic produce, humanely raised local meats and dairy products, as well as the most complete selection of Non-GMO wellness products in CT! 

New Morning market

Succulent potting station.

Newbury Place

Community coalition formed to protect Connecticut's rivers.

Rivers Alliance of Connecticut

Salt lamps and other salt products that help detox the air, skin and body.

Salt of the Earth

PV systems for home owners, along with PowerWall 2 backup battery.

Solar City

One-of-a-kind statement jewelry handcrafted from natural materials including stone, horn, wood, and pearls.


Steep rock

Steep Rock Association’s Land Manager and Land Steward will lead an informative hike through one of its habitat enhancement sites.  Participants will learn what management methods are employed to create and improve habitat for a variety of wildlife.

Vegetable CSA and consult, design, and installation services of food gardens and homesteads.

Traveling Farmer

Valley Spirit Cooperative & wellness center

Valley Spirit Cooperative & Wellness Center is the shared studio space of three unique businesses with a common goal: to contribute to community by offering services, teachings and products that support healing and growth, while enhancing awareness, communication, good health, peace and consciousness.

Children's workshop and parade "Carnival of the Animals." Registration required.


Washington Art Association & Gallery

Low VOC paint and other sustainable products.

Washington Supply Company

Largest land trust in Connecticut, dedicated to preserving and protecting the natural environment.

Weantinoge heritage land trust

Nationally known for his artwork and award-winning children's books. His books, "This is the Earth" and "Trapped! A Whale's Rescue" will be featured during the children's workshop and story time. "If You Were a Penguin," written by Florence Minor, will also be available. Wendell and Florence will be signing books at the Expo from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

Wendell Minor