The MI Earth Day Fest offers great opportunities to learn from some of the area's leading green & wellness experts, as well as to get connected with leading local non-profit organizations and government program providers.
Network & Build Community
The focus of festival networking and community building will be the Connect Cafe. Non-commercial displays of a wide variety of organizations will be located there, and visitors can learn about sustainability and wellness programs in a casual and interactive round-table setting. The open format offers space for greater participation and encourages visitors to make "sustainable" connections with experts, organizations and each other.
The festival will offer free green & wellness presentations throughout the weekend at the Green Stage in the Connect Cafe. Check out the growing list of presentations.
Education Offered at Many VenuesThe Connect Cafe is the place to connect with leading green & wellness non-profit organizations, providing information about their programs, along with education and advocacy. Round tables will provide non-commercial displays, discussions and networking.The Green Stage offers a full line-up of presentations of leading green and healthy living experts.
Farmers Row includes food-related advocacy groups.
Kids Korner includes free exhibits, pet encounter, climb tower, and many activities. Many free and fun presentations and activities will be offered in the Activities Tent throughout the day.
The Media Center houses the exhibits of some of the festival's major media partners. These media outlets reach a combined total of millions of households in SE Michigan and beyond, with an impressive array of green & wellness information and initiatives.
The Trail Head area is located next to the Main Stage. This will be the gathering point for nature walks on the Paint Creek Trails, within short walking distance of the festival.
The Wellness Way area includes may informative exhibits as well as health and wellness screenings.