Featuring in 2014…
Flamencura Flamenco ♥ Interactive Drumming w/X8 ♥ BollywoodFusion ♥ “Carbon Footprint” w/Daniel Llanes ♥ Riders Against the Storm and many more! See Features & Attractions
Pliny Fisk III, Co-Director, Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems ♥ Kathie Tovo, Council Member Place 3, City of Austin ♥ Archbishop Sterling Lands, Organizing Pastor of the Greater Calvary Bible Church ♥ Laura Morrison, Council Member Place 4, City of Austin ♥ Dave Cortez, Central Texas Organizer for Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign ♥ Bob Gedert, Director of Austin Resource Recovery at City of Austin
and more! See Speakers
Professor Dumpster ♥ Green is the New Black ♥ Austin Zero Waste Alliance ♥ Design Build Live ♥ Compost Coalition ♥ Whole Life Learning Center ♥ Austin Green Business Leaders ♥ Movement & Zen Zone ♥ & many, many more
La Snacks ♥ Boone Graham ♥ Mr. Will
and many more. See Features & Attractions
Recycle your E-Waste at Austin Earth Day Festival 2014!
Austin Earth Day Festival has partnered with Ecology Action to provide drop-sites at the festival. Here is a list of what you can bring:
Televisions | Fax Machines | Computer Monitors | Optical Drives| PC Boards Computers | DVD Players | Loose PCBAs | Laptops | VCR / Beta | Keyboards | Cables & Cords Printers | Radios | Computer Mice | Stereo Components | Hard Drives | Tape & Zip Drives
Shred Your Tax Day Docs at Austin Earth Day Festival 2014
Balcones Shred, a division of Balcones Resources, will be providing free on-site document destruction at the festival. Bring your boxes of old papers & taxes that you’d like securely destroyed. Balcones Shred is an AAA & NAID certified secure document destruction service.
Bring Your Bottle & Get Aquasana Water at the Festival:
Your body is more than 70% water. Make sure this water is as clean and healthy as it can be. As an Earth Day Community Partner, Aquasana, Inc. will have their superior water filtration system available for you to fill up your reusable water bottle for free! In one easy step you can make a significant improvement toward a healthier you and a healthier environment. Please note, pastic water bottles will not be available for purchase or give away as we are encouraging everyone to BYOB…Bottle, that is! Replenish and rehydrate at Aquasana’s booth and just say, “Fill ‘er up, please!”
The City of Austin is the first in Texas to adopt the international standard of Zero Waste, which says at least 90% of discards will be diverted from landfills and incinerators by 2040. Austin Earth Day Festival echos this policy by bringing you a Zero Waste event! Working with Earth Day Community Partners Balcones Resources and East Side Compost Pedallers, event goers will be able to recycle paper, cardboard, glass, plastics and metals and compost all food scraps, soiled food wrappers and liquids. Join us as we go Zero Waste and “leave no trace” at the Mueller Hangar.
Check out the short film shot at Austin Earth Day Festival 2013:
Over 75 exhibitors, a dozen food options, and many surprises to entertain!
Speakers to Inspire…
Live Music to Enjoy…
Attractions just for Fun…
Presentations to Engage…
Kids Zone to Entertain…
Food Trailers — featuring a wide variety of local Austin favorites!
EXHIBITORS — featuring green businesses, local non-profits, local government & community groups
Check out 2012 Photos HERE!
What have people said about Austin Earth Day Festival?
“We were so excited to see old friends and make new ones. The free exchange of information was incredibly enlightening!” –Sharon Yarbrough, GPC*, Development Coordinator at American YouthWorks
“WOW!! A most amazing day, with purpose, heart and message! We were truly honored to be part of this.” –Kenya Masala, Source Consulting Group
“The event was extremely well-organized, effective, and fun. We’re counting down the days until next year!” –Sara Cotner, Executive Director of Magnolia Montessori For All
“Thank you again for putting on this great event. If there is any event you’d like us to participate in, we will be there.” –Kevin Stanley, Getaround
“Earth Day could not have been more eye-opening. I was happy to see Austin placing itself on the forefront of sustainable and green living.” –Nathan Burkhart, ImagineSolar
“My team was so busy distributing information that we lost count with our clickers of how many people came by. My entire team thought it was a triumphant event and next year we’re going to make sure that we schedule additional volunteers to help us manage our tables with the crowds.” –Jessica Wilson, Education Manager at City of Austin – Watershed Protection Department