2013 Festival

Earth Day Action Grants at work.

September 17, 2013

For the 2013 St. Louis Earth Day Festival, our organization launched a new funding program. Unsure if we would raise the money, we pledged $10,000 toward supporting the work of community groups and other small organizations like ourselves. Thankfully, Boeing’s Corporate Citizenship program shared our vision. On April 21, on the KDHX Main Stage, we […]

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Festival declared 2nd largest in nation.

June 20, 2013

Everyone agrees — this year’s St. Louis Earth Day Festival was an incredible success. New community partnerships were realized, more sponsorship funds were pledged to support our year-round programming, and we expanded the event to have live music and food Saturday night. But, most visitors also noticed something else – we got bigger! This year, […]

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Merchandise still available, just in time for Father’s Day!

June 4, 2013

Proud of our organization’s new infinity leaf logo, we made some pretty cool sustainable swag for the St. Louis Earth Day Festival in April. Being as many folks were having too much fun to stop by our merchandise booth, we still have some shirts and hats in stock! Each item is designed and printed locally, […]

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SLED Board welcomes new members.

May 28, 2013

With our annual board retreat and the end of our fiscal year approaching in July and August, we would like to welcome new members to our Board of Directors and recognize those who will be transition to our Advisory Board. Many thanks to our class of 2010 board members for their three years of service, […]

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The biggest St. Louis Earth Day Festival yet.

May 10, 2013

The 24th annual St. Louis Earth Day Festival was held Sunday, April 21st at Forest Park on the Muny grounds from 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 2013 event featured traditional favorites like three stages of entertainment, and brought back […]

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