Earth Day Festival

Earth Day Half Birthday is October 22nd.

October 17, 2014

It’s been 6 months since Earth Day…how are you living Earth Day Every Day? We celebrate our Half Birthday to encourage others to join us as we re-focus on our mission and build the momentum leading to the 2015 Earth Day Festival. Start planning your involvement by registering your business or organization for a booth […]

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Official Festival Report is now available online.

May 31, 2014

Our report for the 2014 St. Louis Earth Day Festival is now available. Please click below to download a pdf version of the report. You can read more about the Festival on our blog: No rain on our parade: Festival in review. Recycling Extravaganza does it again!

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No rain on our parade: Festival in review.

May 12, 2014

Despite a forecast of severe thunder storms that did not arrive until long after the event, about 30,000 people joined in celebrating our common ground at the 25th annual St. Louis Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 27th in Forest Park at the Muny grounds. All ages enjoyed a variety of hands-on activities for all ages, free […]

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Recycling Extravaganza does it again!

May 12, 2014

The Recycling Extravaganza’s 4th year continues to grow in popularity. Held in partnership with the St. Louis Community College – Forest Park Campus, our collection event for hard-to-recycle items continues its success. This year, 643 vehicles unloaded materials to be collected by 19 organizations and businesses for reuse, recycling or appropriate disposal. Over 87,000 lbs or 43.5 tons of […]

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Festival Evaluation Session

April 30, 2014

Monday, May 5  |  5pm – 6:30pm Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood RVSP via Facebook Join us as we celebrate the beginning of another year to make Earth Day every day and consider how we can improve upon programming and logistics for the St. Louis Earth Day Festival. Focus groups will cover topics like: Family & Children […]

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