Mission, Vision, and Values

Our Mission

Amazing Earthfest, an annual public festival in Kanab, Utah, inspires and educates residents and visitors to value stewardship of natural and cultural resources on America’s public lands, and to explore responsibility to present and future generations.


Our Vision

Amazing Earthfest enables people to experience and appreciate Earth’s natural systems, enjoy creative and performing arts, outdoor learning, discovery and adventure, in a celebration of National Parks, Forests, Monuments and Public Lands of the Colorado Plateau. Through this unique 7-day festival, collaboration between federal land management agencies, local, county and state government, national and regional non-profit groups, business and individuals creates educational and economic benefits for communities and visitors alike.


Our Values

Amazing Earthfest events encourage individual experience and community conversation to:

  • explore scientific knowledge to discover shared values in conservation and land ethics
  • enhance appreciation for the benefits that public lands provide
  • understand natural systems and human impacts upon them
  • help develop sustainable economies in the rural West
  • promote appreciation for creative artistic expression that connects people with their natural heritage.

Unanimously Approved by the Amazing Earthfest Board of Directors, August 14, 2012

 


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The Amazing Earthfest is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, governed by a board of directors and bylaws. We file an IRS Form 990EZ annually, and make available the following documents to demonstrate our organization’s commitment to public accountability.


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by Rich Csenge, Founding President and Festival Director Deep in southern Utah, the serene outdoor adventure destination of Kanab rests upon the highly scenic western edge of the Colorado Plateau where some of America’s most majestic and richly hued public…

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