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The 2011 Savannah Earth Day Festival

This year’s festival is inspired by our community’s growing interest in self-reliance and sustainability. We want our food supply untainted, our surrounding marshes and waterways unpolluted, and our local economy to thrive—and in order to accomplish that, we have to do our part. From backyard gardening to signing up for a local farmbox program to supporting burgeoning eco-industries like solar power, biofuels and rainwater reclamation, there are myriad ways we can decrease our carbon footprints and increase our environmental awareness.The Earth Day Savannah 2011 Festival is all about good local food, community involvement, and resource conservation. Start the day on a positive note and participate in the very popular RecycleRama. Come speak with our exhibitors, take part in a workshop, and learn how to expand your independence while protecting our remarkable landscape. Bring the whole family and enjoy the fellowship and numerous free activities this community event offers. Whether you are a survivalist, a conservationist, or just curious, we hope you come out to enjoy this year’s festival. Come out April 23rd to Forsyth Park for this year’s Earth Day—it’s fun, it’s free, it’s the future!

2011 Earth Day Festival Exhibitors ASLA Georgia Chapter Atlantic Star Landscape Architecture/Living Roofs Brazen Design Group CEBA - Coastal Empire Bee Association Charles Ellis Montessori Academy BETA Club Chatham County Mosqito Control Chatham County Mosqito Control Aviation Chatham County Resource Protection Commission Chatham Emergency Management Agency Chatham Environmental Forum Citizens Climate Lobby City of Savannah FOG Program City of Savannah Floodplain Program City of Savannah Stormwater Department City of Savannah Water Department Clean Coast Coastal Center for Developmental Services, Inc Coastal Empire Montessori Coastal Handyman Services Drum Talk Emergent Structures EZ Bake Coven Farm Bureau Footprint Savannah Friends of the Live oak Public Libraries Garden City Water Department Georgia Ports Authority Georgia Power Georgia Southern Biology Club Girl Scouts of Historic Savannah Go Green Tours & Resources Green Infrastructure Haberdashery Eco Fashion Supply

Intra-coastal Environment National Association of Women in Construction Port City Grease RedDog Bakery Savannah Bicycle Campaign Savannah Food Coop Savannah Green Source Savannah tree Foundation Savannah Veggies and Vegans SCAD Design for Sustainability SES Biofuels Sierra Club Solartek Energy of Georgia SP Recycling Corporation St Vincents Academy SUGA - Savannah Urban Garden Alliance Telfair Museum Terrapin Educational Research Program of Savannah Test America Savannah The Dolphin Project Thrive - City of Savannah Tweedlemania Tybee Beautification Association Tybee Marine Science Unitarian Universalist Beloved Community US Army Corps of Engineers US Fish and Wildlife Service US Green Building Council, Savannah Branch USDA-NRCS Village at Rice Hope Weyerhaeuser, Port Wentworth Wilderness Southeast Wooden Sheep YFACE - Youth For A Cleaner Environment

Well FED Savannah April 2011  

Feed. Eat. Drink. The area's largest food, dining, and healthy living magazine with the most comprehensive dining and bar guide.

Well FED Savannah April 2011  

Feed. Eat. Drink. The area's largest food, dining, and healthy living magazine with the most comprehensive dining and bar guide.

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