Morning Yoga on the Bayou is an Earth Day Festival tradition! Start this Earth Day off right with Tracey Duncan of Swan River Yoga. Gather at the Do Whatcha Wanna! Stage from 9-9:45am and enjoy the beautiful morning.
The Do Whatcha Wanna! Stage schedule is up. Click here to check it out!
We will be featuring theatrical performances, dance, vendor demonstrations, musicians, and more! Make sure to look at the schedule and visit the stage during the fest.
Listen to the All Things Local (WGSO 990AM) podcast as Kevin Fitzwilliam talks to LABB Founding Director, Anne Rolfes, about Earth Day in New Orleans and an overview of Green businesses. Other guests include, Aaron Viles of Gulf Restoration Network, Liz Shephard of Life City, John Zimmerman of PosiGen Green Grants, Michelle Vargas of Better Bottoms and Mike Ward of New Orleans Bamboo. It is that and more on this edition of All Things Local.
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Bayou Land RC&D is so excited for Earth Day and the Festival & Green Business Expo, we wanted to do something for Bayou St. John that will remain even after the Fest is over. On the morning of the 21st, we will be planting assorted wetland grasses along the bayou-side! These plants will not only add aesthetic beauty, but will more importantly increase biodiversity and slow erosion.
Join us from 10-12 to plant, and then spend the afternoon admiring your work and hanging out at the Fest. You can join the event on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/170910986397216/ or email email@example.com with questions or comments.
The 2013 Earth Day t-shirt is now available for purchase. Show your Earth Day pride and buy one today! T-shirt design by Ian Hoch.
Missed out on the Ancient Tree Treasure Hunt Bike Ride last year? Don’t worry, the Bike Ride is back this year and will be going on all day! Stop by the Ancient Tree Treasure Hunt Bike Ride table at the fest to sign up for the bike ride, which will take you through beautiful City Park. In the meantime, take a look at the Bike Ride map!