Shop as though it matters for your health, your community and your local economy... because it does!
Dozens of leading green and wellness businesses will be on hand to provide information and sales of a wide variety of people- and planet-friendly products and services. Buying from companies that care for your community and your environment helps you to make a difference.
Check out exhibits and displays at 10 event areas (below). The MI Earth Day Fest exhibitor list
is being updated daily.
is down the center of Walnut Blvd. Check out the latest clean & alternative-fuel automobiles, vehicles and equipment.
The Food Court
is located next to the DTE Energy Center Stage & Dining Area
. Food and beverage service offerings include healthy, natural/organic, delicious meals, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. A dining area is located nearby and near the the stage, where you can enjoy entertainment and educational programs throughout the day.
Check out the Green Home & Living
areas on either side of Walnut Blvd for eco-friendly products and services for home, lawn, garden, personal care, fashion, gifts, and much more, offered by many of the area's leading green businesses.
, on Fourth, includes product and service exhibits for kids and their parents, plus plenty of fun activities for kids of all ages, including the Oakland County Parks climb tower.
includes the exhibits of farmers and other local product producers. Exhibitors will offer a wide variety of local, organic and natural food products, as well as other items produced locally.
The Media Center includes exhibits and displays of many of the event's media sponsors.
The Recycle Region offer drive-u and drop-off recycling services and the exhbits of recycling organizations.
Renewable Road can be found at the north end of Walnut. It will showcase state-of-the-art solar & wind power systems, geothermal, solar heating/cooling technology, and energy conservation products & services.
The Trail Head is located at the festival entrance next to the DTE Energy Center Stage at the intersection of Fourth & Walnut. This will serve as the gathering point for nature walks and rides on the beautiful Paint Creek and Clinton River Trails, both within a few blocks of the festival.
Wellness Way includes the exhibits of complementary and alternative health care practitioners and many health-related products and services. Take a break and get a free massage in the Massage Tent.