EarthFest is designed to engage, entertain, and educate University of Michigan students, faculty, and staff on all aspects of sustainability. Come browse dozens of booths with information on how to get involved in sustainability on campus and beyond. Enjoy free healthy food, live entertainment, and sustainability-related games with prizes!
The event is organized around the four themes of our Campus Sustainability Goals: Climate Action, Waste Prevention, Healthy Environments and Community Awareness. U-M student organizations, U-M departments, and community groups focused on sustainability promote their work on campus and in the greater university community. The format changes slightly each year but you can always count on free food, entertainment, activities—and you might even learn some things about sustainability at U-M that you didn't know!
The 2017 event will be held on Thursday, September 21. Reserve your table here.
History: Every fall since 1996, the University of Michigan has held an event to celebrate the environmental and energy initiatives throughout the university and the Ann Arbor community. The event originated as "Energy Fest" but since 2010 has been known as "EarthFest: Party for the Planet!"
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