Earth Day Festival

Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Report

December 11, 2015

We hope you enjoy our *NEW* consolidated format for 2015. We welcome your feedback! Click on the image to enlarge: For inquiries or to request a copy, please contact Jen Myerscough – jen@stlouisearthday.org

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Black Friday… Cyber Monday… #GivingTuesday (December 1, 2015)

November 25, 2015

2015 has been a banner year for St. Louis Earth Day. We have accomplished so much… not “we” as an organization, but “we” as a community. Recycling on the Go and Recycling Extravaganza programs diverted record amounts of waste from landfills. We were able to fund 9 new local environmental projects through our St. Louis Earth Day Action […]

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Sponsorship Opportunities for 2016 Earth Day Festival

September 15, 2015

The St. Louis Earth Day Festival reaches thousands of people every year with a message of celebration and respect for our environment. Partnerships with sponsors and the generosity of donors ensures that the Festival remains free to all and enables our year-round mission through programs like Recycling On the Go,  Earth Day Action Grants, and the […]

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Earth Day Action Grant recipient making a difference

September 10, 2015

Mallinckrodt Academy’s school garden was one of the distinguished recipients of a 2015 Earth Day Action Grant. They were awarded a grant to create a resource library to supplement their school garden to be used for experiential learning. These books and other resources will be available for check out and will be utilized in an after school book […]

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It wasn’t just the sun that came out at the 2015 Festival!

June 18, 2015

Despite a rainy setup day and a muddy Earth Day Eve party, an estimated 50,000 people joined in celebrating Earth Day, Every Day…for Everyone at the 26th annual St. Louis Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 26th in Forest Park at the Muny grounds. People from all across the St. Louis region converged on Forest Park to celebrate, […]

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