The 2014 New Orleans Earth Day Festival & Green Business Expo will take place this year on Saturday, April 19th. Check back in February 2014 for more updates!
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.
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.
Hear the podcast here:
While we were all disappointed to hear that Amanda Shaw had to cancel her performance at Earth Day due to personal reasons, we are proud to announce our newest artist to be added to our musical lineup!
Debauche is set to take the stage at 12:50pm following FlowTribe. Be sure to check out our Festival Schedule for all of our musical acts and scheduled times.
Do you own, work at, or know of a green business that you would like to see at Earth Day? Can that business help us to create a zero waste festival?
If so, non-profit and for-profit alike, we invite you to participate at Earth Day. This year Life City will be hosting our Green Business Expo. To apply to table at the fest please visit mylifecity.com today!
Below are just a few shots from this year’s event. We’ve got more over at Flickr, including tons of shots of our great vendors. Thanks to everyone who attended and made the New Orleans Earth Day Festival such a huge success!
Disney Nature is releasing the new film “African Cats” in theaters on Earth Day, April 22, and they’ve graciously donated a copy of the limited edition hardcover “African Cats: The Story Behind the Film” to the New Orleans Earth Day Festival.
Kids who attend New Orleans Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 17, will have a chance to win a free copy of the book. Sign up for the raffle at the Welcome Tent! Proceeds from sales of the book go to “Saving the Savanna” project of the African Wildlife Foundation.