The San Luis Obispo County Earth Day Fair 2017

An estimated 3,000 people came to celebrate Earth Day and learn more about what they can do to reduce climate change and protect and preserve our natural environment at el Chorro Regional on April 22,

.  Two solar powered stages, 80 exhibits, 11 Sponsors and 50 volunteers worked together to make it happen. Thank you to all!

Now it is up to each of us to make a difference wherever and whenever possible because the changes needed to slow down climate change will only happen if we work together!

With the state of the environment reliant on the actions of governments, businesses and every person on the planet, environmental action is more important then ever. The Earth Day Alliance wants to work with you to raise awareness and bring community events to the forefront that will educate and motivate actions that will preserve and protect the planet for future generations.

Learn what it will take to manage climate change. It will only happen if we work together.

Earth Day Alliance, a nonprofit 501c3, hosted the free annual Earth Day Fair & Music Festival. It worked with a team of nonprofit groups and volunteers to organize, manage and produce this fun and inspirational day. Exhibitors, vendors, and sponsors came together to raise awareness, educate and activate visitors. Local musician entertained and unite Earth Day visitors who came together to celebration earth’s treasurers. Meaningful messages and speeches by community movers and shakers and candidates whose names will appear on the June ballot were shared throughout the day.

Join the team.

Plans for Earth Day  2018 have begun.

The Earth Day Alliance is seeking sponsors, exhibitors, vendors and volunteers for the 2017 Earth Day Fair & Music Festival. Promote your business, share your message, sell your goods, demonstrate your service or donate an item to the Earth Day Drawing.

Businesses, nonprofit groups, government agencies, schools, clubs, students and food and beverage vendors are invited to participate.

To learn more or sign up:  Call (805) 544 – 8529 or email