2012 Festival

Creative uses for bread heels from Nature’s Own.

April 8, 2013

Each year, nearly 40% of all food in the United States goes uneaten (Science Daily), bread included! Nature’s Own, America’s #1 choice in soft-variety bread, knows the plight of the poor bread heels all too well. Bread heels are often passed over as many people reach for the center of the loaf for the softest slices, […]

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Earth Month in Review

May 16, 2012

St. Louis Earth Day Festival The 23rd annual St. Louis Earth Day Festival was held Sunday, April 22nd at Forest Park on the Muny grounds 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. with special eco-art programming starting at 10 a.m. as preparation for the All Species Parade. The 2012 event featured traditional favorites like three stages of […]

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2012 Festival in the News

May 3, 2012

Feature Articles: 23rd Annual St. Louis Earth Day Festival “Heroes for the Planet: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Actions” The Healthy Planet Magazine Recycling Extravaganza comes to Earth Day St. Louis Beacon It’s out with the old on Earth Day – electronics in particular stltoday.com Slideshows: St. Louis Earth Day Festival Photo Gallery CBS St. Louis/KMOX St. […]

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The Superhero Within

April 13, 2012

In honor of this year’s Earth Day theme, which celebrates the superhero in all of us, Earth Day Director Cassandra Hage is unveiling her newly-developed Superhero Self… Orb. The inspiration for this identity is based on Orb-weavers – a fantastic and complex segment of the spider family. When spotted, their beautiful dew-dazzled webs are one […]

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Med take back important part of this year’s Festival.

March 21, 2012

The Recycling Extravaganza will accept your hard-to-recycle items 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 22nd on the St. Louis Community College Forest Park campus parking lot off Oakland Ave. All are invited to load up their cars, trucks or bicycle baskets with any (or all) of the items that will be collected by one […]

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