Denver’s 1st annual green festival
The Denver Green Festival is May 2-3, 2009, at the Colorado Convention Center.
Thu, Apr 16 2009 at 6:52 PM
Attention eco-conscious residents of Denver, the Green Festival will be stopping by your city for the first time. The Denver Green Festival
will be held Saturday, May 2 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Sunday, May 3 from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the Colorado Convention Center.
“The Denver Green Festival will provide eco-insight into the transitioning economy, growing consumer consciousness and evolving environmental policy with over 125 visionary speakers, 300 local and national green businesses, and dozens of community and nonprofit groups.” Source: Green Festivals
A look at the speaker list
for the 2009 Denver Green Festival shows that 154 speaker bios are online. A few of the keynote presenters listed are Tom DeWolf, Mike Farrell and Amy Goodman. These three, and the others, will be presenting on a variety of topics spread out across four different rooms during both conference days.
This conference is designed for consumers, businesses, eco-professionals, families and more. A few of the business-specific offerings include a presentation on the green economy, a look at how to green your business in the current economy, and a session on organic farming. Farming has been touted as one of the top ten green jobs
for the next decade and conferences like this are a great way to learn more about eco-friendly farming.
If you’re interested in attending the 2009 Denver Green Festival, registration
is only $15 and children aged 18 and under are free.
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