EarthFest 2015


The EarthFest 2015 Exhibitor registration is now open

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Earth Day Coalition is excited to announce EarthFest 2015 will be Sunday, April 19 from 10 am to 5 pm at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds. In partnership with Mayor Frank Jackson’s Sustainable Cleveland 2019 initiative, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, this year’s EarthFest will celebrate the “Year of Clean Water.”  

EarthFest will feature 270 exhibits in 10 sustainability exhibit areas including: Clean Water, Zero Waste, Advanced & Renewable Energy, Environmental Science, Local & Sustainable Food, Clean Transportation (with Ride & Drive), Health & Fitness, Community Works, Family Fun and Green Home & Garden. Families will enjoy all day entertainment with eco-activities, biodiesel powered amusement park rides, all day music, urban farm animals, healthy food from local food trucks and much more… 

Presented and organized by Earth Day Coalition since 1990, EarthFest is Ohio’s largest environmental education event and the longest running Earth Day celebration in the nation.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Call Christina at (216) 281-6468 ext. 231 or email cyoka@earthdaycoalition.org to learn more.  

 

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Click here to view some more great photos from EarthFest 2014. 

Check out the bands that will be playing at EarthFest 2015: http://www.partywiththeplanet.us

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Earth Day Coalition

Earth Day Coalition (EDC) is a nonprofit environmental education and leadership organization serving Northeast Ohio and the nation. EDC was established in 1990 to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of Earth Day in Ohio. EDC has four core programs.

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Earth Day
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EarthFest is organized every April to celebrate Earth Day in Ohio. Over 175 exhibitors, 10,000-50,000 attendees and 800 volunteers participate in making EarthFest Ohio’s largest environmental education event and the longest running Earth Day celebration in the nation.

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Clean Transportation
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We are accelerating the deployment of clean fuels and vehicles since receiving the U. S. Department of Energy’s “Clean Cities” designation for Northeast Ohio in 1999. We also promote clean technologies and practices such as idle reduction, mass transit, car sharing, bicycle infrastructure and other initiatives to improve air quality and quality of life, while reducing petroleum consumption and the causes of Climate Change.

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Student Leadership
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This dynamic student leadership and service-learning program enhances high school student's research skills, problem solving, and verbal and written communication skills while uniting Cleveland Public Schools with schools in suburban districts in hands-on projects. The Student Congress is the only comprehensive environmental education program serving Northeast Ohio high schools.

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Neighborhood Action
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Within the framework of environmental justice, sustainable development and pollution prevention we work with our communities on neighborhood audits, right-to-know laws, environmental risk regulation and reduction, clean air and water, restoring our streets with native Ohio plants, and local assets such as the Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve.

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