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Have an event idea for the next Amazing Earthfest? We’d like to hear it! Admission to events is open to the public. Earthfest events celebrate natural wonders in the remarkable lands of the western Colorado Plateau with a focus on exploration and discovery, science, learning, arts, conservation and community.

The experiential learning events of Amazing Earthfest explore ecology and natural systems and community life-ways in and around the public lands of the western Colorado Plateau. America’s National and State Parks, National Forests, Monuments and Public Lands are integral to festival events. Amazing Earthfest events enhance education and learning, scientific discovery, ecological understanding, responsible recreation, appreciation for cultural heritage and the arts, and offer quality entertainment.

Federal land management agencies, non-profit organizations focused on the Colorado Plateau, academic institutions, individuals, regional business, civic, community groups and schools are invited to provide events. Concepts must be entered no later than February 1st for the upcoming festival in May. The Festival Director will respond to your suggestion promptly. If you have a concept for an event, please email your ideas to Rich Csenge, Founding Director & Events Coordinator.

To explore the history of events and presentations at Amazing Earthfest visit our Events page, click “Past Events” and see our Presenter Directory.

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