Earth Day Festival Roundup

The 2008 Earth Day Festival in Park Circle was a great event, and we’d like to thank everyone for coming out and seeing us. We spoke to 463 people (I had a counter in my pocket), and I feel like our interactive waste-free booth was in perfect alignment with the event. Visitors seemed to be learning a few things from our display, and I hope they will come see us online and keep going. Now that we have this display built, let us know if you’d like us to appear at your event. I’ll also be developing and interactive “Is it Recyclable?” online game version soon.

I wish I have had more time to visit other booths, but I guess that’s just the exhibitor’s dilemma. I managed to at least walk through every tent, but only said hello to the Greater Charleston Green Map guy. My kids, on the other hand, found all the goodies: Bags of compost, reusable bags, tomato seeds, etc – not to mention the jump castles and petting zoo. Good times.

We got a little coverage in the Post & Courier article too!



3 Responses to “Earth Day Festival Roundup”

  1. 1 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x20ezja_best-luggage-reviews-2015_lifestyle

    Designed to meet every travel need, the American Trunk and Case Lightweight 4-Piece Luggage Set offers the traveler the best of both worlds with sturdy casual luggage at a great price, but with an expensive look.
    In states that make it possible for charter faculties, these digital academies are sometimes the selection parents flip to for home education, because the virtual academies are staffed by
    licensed teachers. Article Source: you’re
    looking for a great read or an interesting audiobook during longer hours of travel,
    why not try the unidentified redhead audio reviews.

  2. 2 Kelowna RE/MAX Agents

    Soon enough, men, women and children were falling ill and
    dying from those “thoughtful” gifts of the white man who had created the earliest form of germ warfare.
    These negative extraterrestrials are the so-called Grays but there is also a reptilian-type race that has visited Earth.
    While each child and his particular interests, attention span and level of patience
    is different, as a rule we have been extremely successful in designing and recommending routes which address the
    needs youngsters while at the same time ensuring that
    parents are able to maximize their cultural experiences.

  3. 3 Torrentz

    Now that’s all fine and dandy if it target cyber criminals, hackers, and true thieves.
    However you may not need this particular service at least for your first year.
    From the list, learn the registry entry that is certainly linked towards the Trojan virus files.

Leave a Reply










Subscribe to Go Green

 RSS Feed




Go Green Social Sites



Become a Fan on Facebook
Follow Us on Twitter
See Our Photos on Flickr




Browse by Topic



9 Questions (3)
Announcements (73)
Blogs (4)
Bottled Water (7)
buying local (7)
Cardboard (1)
Carrotmob (1)
Charleston (118)
Charleston County (55)
Cleaning (1)
Climate Change (26)
Clothing (1)
Coal (2)
Community (52)
Composting (17)
Conservation (43)
Corporations (12)
Dorchester County (7)
Driving (3)
Earth Day (3)
Education (30)
Electronics (2)
Energy (48)
Energy Conservation Tips (19)
Events (92)
Food (32)
Freecycle (1)
Gardening (4)
Global Warming (17)
Go Green Charleston (42)
Go Green Local Guide (6)
Go Green Polls (11)
Go Green TV (2)
Government (17)
Green Building (12)
Green Choices (103)
Green Gardening (23)
Green News and Notes (7)
Green Nonprofits (4)
Interviews (3)
Kids (4)
Litter (3)
Local Business (76)
Local Produce (29)
Local Projects (100)
Maps (10)
Mount Pleasant (30)
Nonprofits (2)
Oil Dependency (15)
Organic (1)
Paper (15)
Parenting (6)
Park Circle (3)
Parks (4)
Plastic Bags (15)
Plastics (39)
Politics (6)
Pollution (20)
Public Transportation (14)
Recycling (93)
Recycling Fail (4)
Reducing Consumption (29)
Reviews (13)
Roundups (21)
Sensibly Green (2)
Solar (2)
South Carolina (15)
Summerville (5)
Surprising Recyclables (10)
Sustainability (2)
Sustainable Living (95)
Technology (1)
Trash (88)
Travel (27)
Uncategorized (4)
Water (21)
Weekly Trashed (19)
West Ashley (5)
Workshops (1)

Green Blogs We Read

Site Tools