Price: Event Free / Vendor Early Bird Special $75.00
Phone: 404 9191246
National Black and Latino Council USA non profit www.nblcusa.org -Also in celebration to Mercedes Benz Stadium becoming the 1st Platimum LEED Certifide Stadium is the WORLD it give us great pride to continue our eco community initiative with VIne City and English Ave ..
2nd Vine City Earth Day Festival will be dedicated to the people of Vine City and English Ave. To unite the community with an inclusive eco approach of embracing green business and sustainability living for all. Vine City Earth Day Festival- Is Sustainability Community Development Initiative for urban neighborhoods of National Black and Latino Council non profit.
www.nblcusa.org. We are so excited about collaborating with the VIne City and English Ave Stakeholders as we unite together with the focus on the people of the community. Co Chairs Byron Amos APS Board Member Lance Robertson - NBLC Executive Dir. / rmg-eco CEO
If you like to be a eco sponsors, vendor, planning committee, volunteer. contact email@example.com www.rmg-eco.com 404 919-1246
Vine City Earth Day Festival Goals: 1. Inclusive 2. Engaging 3. Educational 4. Empowering Vine City Earth Day Festival will showcase: • Recycling Zone – onsite recycling and education
• Water Zone–onsite clean water campaign and education exhibit from City of Atlanta Watershed
• Renewable Energy & Home Savings Exhibition
• Eco Transportation Hub – Marta, Beltline, Bikes, etc.
• Urban Community Gardening & Healthy Eating • Green Jobs – Green Businesses & Eco Products FUN FESTIVAL FEATURES. Vine City Earth Day Festival Activities: • Sustainable Neighborhood Art Contest for local student and young adults
• Michael R . Hollis (PK-8 STEM) InnovationAcademy Solar Panel Education Presentation and Exhibits
• Green Market and Vendors
• Eco-Entertainment - TBA
• Vine City 4-H Club Launch led by UGA Extension Urban Agriculture • Clean Energy Road Show • Food Demonstrations & Trucks • Prizes & Giveaways GREEN COMMUNITIES ARE OUR COMMITMENT.
Imagine local government, private sector, universities, nonprofits and the residents of Vine City addressing long-standing challenges and creating a shared vision for this historic neighborhood. Envision a movement that connects the community and creates environmental benefits for this distressed district. The National Black and Latino Council is happy to introduce what we believe will become the future of sustainability community development -
The Vine City Earth Day Festival. As an inner city landmark transitioning to an eco-urban neighborhood, Vine City must strike a healthy balance between it’s history, current condition and burgeoning future. We believe that by teaching local residents to embrace greening their community, they can transform their neighborhood and way of living.
A MODEL OF VITALITY & SUSTAINABILITY We believe that Atlanta is an unique urbanscape comprised of a diverse population of people, businesses and communities. The heartbeat of the city is downtown and the surrounding neighborhoods. While many of the city’s residents are actively engaged in creating new, vibrant communities, there’s still opportunity for growth and development in some of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods.
Vine City and the English Avenue corridor are in need of attention and support. The Vine City Earth Day Festival is an innovative program to include, engage, educate and empower the local residents to transform their community and create a model of vitality and sustainability for years to come. Our mission is to organize an outreach initiative and festival to promote individual and community awareness, development and activism to make Vine City a more sustainable place to live.
The Vine City Earth Day Festival will be annual event that residents and businesses both enjoy. Our vision is to create an annual festival that introduces innovative solutions to preserve our planet as well as encourage new behaviors and attitudes towards protecting the environment.
Sunday, April 22, 2018, the Vine City Earth Day Festival will bring a wide variety of activities, educational exhibits and environmentally friendly products and services to the community. The festival will feature food, family friendly entertainment, vendors, and much more.