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Green Blogger Convention To Kick Off In Los Angeles Next Month

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Are you a passionate green blogger looking for tips to expand your readership — or someone that might be interested in getting involved? Rachel Sarnoff, the driving force behind the stylish EcoStiletto.com, has organized a Green Blogger Convention to take place in Los Angeles on November 6th from 9am-12pm. More than an opportunity to network, there will also be some wonderful green products to sample — from sustainable beauty treatments from Steam Salon to mini-makeovers from Terra Firma Cosmetics.

This big highlight will be a panel from 10am-11:30 discussing “the past, present and future of green blogging”. Speakers include Kim Barnouin, (co-author of New York Times Bestseller Skinny Bitch and founder of HealthyBitchDaily.com), Starre Vartan, (environmental journalist, editor and publisher of Eco-Chick.com), Jen Boulden, (co-founder of IdealBite.com), Jane Buckingham (trend forecaster and president of Trendera.com), “Green LA GirlSiel Ju, Lauren Selman, founder & producer of Reel Green Media & “Sustainable Sirens”, and Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff, founder & editor of EcoStiletto.com.

After the panel, a “Vegan Fashion Show” featuring sustainable designs from ecoSkin, Doie, Deborah Lindquist, Stewart + Brown and Wasteland.

Want to attend? Hit up the registration site here before space runs out!

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