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ROG off to a great start in 2015

July 9, 2015

Though we are halfway through 2015 on the calendar, the Recycling On the Go program event recycling season has just really begun. We officially kicked off the 2015 season with the Ancient Order of Hibernians St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dogtown in March, followed shortly by the Earth Day Festival in April. We worked with several other new partners this […]

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Pope Francis’ Environmental Encyclical

July 9, 2015

It goes without saying that we were beyond thrilled, as was every other environmental group in the world, that Pope Francis chose to address the state of the climate with his most recent encyclical. We called on one of our partners to explain the Pope’s intent and desired outcomes of his writing. The following is an […]

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2015 Festival photos

May 22, 2015

It is a bit intimidating to go through over 1000 photos and decide which to publish online! There were so many amazing ones captured at the 2015 St. Louis Earth Day Festival in Forest Park. The weather was absolutely perfect, and thus so were the photos! We uploaded a few highlights of the day onto […]

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Earth Day Eve Silent Auction!

April 19, 2015

This year St. Louis Earth Day we are very excited to include our first silent auction in conjunction with Earth Day Eve. Along with non-stop music, food, and fun at this family-friendly event, prepare yourselves for many wonderful silent auction items donated by several of our wonderful Earth Day Festival and other supporters. Proceeds from this event will […]

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Metro Station Closed – Public Transit Alternatives

April 9, 2015

ALERT: Due to the closure of the DeBaliviere Bridge at Forest Park Parkway as part of the Loop Trolley Project, The Forest Park DeBaliviere MetroLink Station will be closed on Earth Day. Metro riders can reach the Recycling Extravaganza and the free Earth Day Shuttle at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park Campus via the #59 Dogtown […]

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