Savannah, Ga. (WTGS FOX 28) — The City of Savannah will be participating in one of the largest environmental outreach and educational events of the year: the Savannah Earth Day Festival!
The festival will be held this Saturday, April 21 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. in Forsyth Park.
The Savannah Earth Day Festival is the largest in the state, with over 100 exhibitors and vendors anticipated to serve 10,000 attendees, according to a news release from the city.
Festival-goers can expect free workshops on energy and recycling, gardening and healthy choices, including a special workshop on city recycling held by Director of Sanitation Gene Prevatt at 1 p.m.
Come learn about pollinators, recycling, composting, energy efficiency in your home, zero-waste living and much more!
“The City of Savannah is proud to continue its strong support and sponsorship of this great community event," said Nick Deffley, director of the Office of Sustainability. "The Savannah Earth Day Festival celebrates the beauty and value of our natural coastal surroundings and teaches each of us how to better protect these unique and valuable resources for our children and their children’s children.”
For more information on the Savannah Earth Day Festival, check out the full event guide at http://earthdaysavannah.org.