2017 Earth Day Theme

EARTHDAY = reconnect PEOPLE + PLANET + PEACE Artwork designed by Scott Kam  Artist’s Statement: People –  There is only one race, the human race. it is important to value cultural, ethnic, racial, sexual, religious and spiritual diversity, and to promote the development of respectful relationships across the human spectrum.  We all should be helpful Read more about 2017 Earth Day Theme[…]

Earth Day 2017 Music Lineup

The Erin Inglish Band Insightful songwriting, lush harmony singing, and fearless picking, this act features the award-winning songwriting of California banjo chanteuse Erin Inglish (expressive, sassy, dynamic banjo; lush and raw power-house vocals) galvanized by the soaring harmonies, tenacious solos and gritty rhythmic drive of her “Blues-grass” band. Luminous musicianship and rhythmic groove, the Erin Inglish Read more about Earth Day 2017 Music Lineup[…]

About Earth Day Alliance, Inc.

In 1990, on the 20th anniversary of the first Earth Day, the movement went global and local. In San Luis Obispo County. Grassroots activists joined with city and county agencies to coordinate the first Earth Day celebration. Originally the Earth Day Coalition (1990-1999) working under ECOSLO, the group became the Earth Day Alliance, Inc., a Read more about About Earth Day Alliance, Inc.[…]

Local Transit Helps Bring Record Numbers to Earth Day SLO 2012

Earth Day SLO 2012 had the largest amount of attendees since the event began back in 1990.  Records show that more than 2,000 people came out to celebrate Earth Day at El Chorro Regional Park on April 22. Transportation for the festival-goers was provided by both SLO Transit and San Luis Obispo County’s Regional Transit Authority (RTA). From all over the county, people were getting rides on the double decker bus then dropped off at Cuesta College. From there they hitched a ride on a trolley and shuttled over to the event. The smooth transition between the buses helped start off a successful Earth Day.