Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event at the Royal Oak Farmers Market event has been cancelled. See miEDF.com for online virtual event.

The MI Earth Day Fest is one of the planet's largest and liveliest Earth Day celebrations. This high-profile community event highlights the efforts of area businesses and community organizations to Make Every Day, Earth Day

The festival offers a wide variety of exhibits, attractions and activities. 
Admission is free, thanks to our generous sponsors.

Bring your friends and family to the historic Royal Oak Farmers Market to...


  • Dozens of green/wellness products, services & program exhibits
  • Displays of vehicles & renewable energy systems
  • 10 shopping areas from Auto Alley to Wellness Way
  • Free samples, giveaways and show specials


  • Presentations by experts and community leaders
  • Connect Cafe with non-commercial displays and round table discussions to promote networking and community-building
  • Wellness Programs and Services including free massage & health screenings


  • Dance and live music entertainment
  • Kids Korner with straw bale climb, tiny house tours and other fun activities
  • Special Events including a Kickoff Ceremony highlighted by MI Green Hall of Fame Awards & My Green Schools Art Awards
  • Door prizes & contests

News & Announcements

A Green Event

Offering attendees drive & drop recycling is just part of an event-wide effort to provide an eco-friendly experience. Supporting the exhibits and activities are initiatives in energy, materials and design:

  • when available, electricity will be produced on site using biodiesel generator and solar photovoltaic (PV) systems; 
  • compostable/recyclable food service disposables are used
  • paperless event guide, map and exhibitor/program listings 
  • donations from visitors are used to offset their travel to the event thru the purchase of carbon offset credits
Behind the scenes, the festival limits paper consumption by using online registration forms, keeping printed marketing materials to a minimum, and using recycled paper when printing is required. Also, the festival gives preference to local suppliers to reduce “embedded energy” and to promote local economy.

About the Festival

Click here for information about the event and its mission, history and management team.

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