Ann Arbor's Mission Zero Fest Takes Off
This Saturday and Sunday come experience Mission Zero Fest--a celebration of our lives at home. This event exists to unleash the power of innovation and imagination to create a future of sustainability, economic opportunity and ecological regeneration. By embracing a bold vision of communities that harvest their own energy and water while creating zero waste, this annual weekend event is a roadmap to living a better, more joyful life with a lighter footprint.
From home energy retrofits to homegrown tomatoes, Mission Zero Festival celebrates local, organic solutions to complex global problems. For our community, our country and for our next generations, Mission Zero Fest seeks to demonstrate real examples of conscious low-impact living, available all around us, in a fun and festive atmosphere.
Check out the event schedule. Come hear speakers, muscians, and join workshops and house tours both days. Speakers include: Matt Grocoff and Henry Pollack. Muscians: Appleseed Collective, F.U.B.A.R, and more.
Where: 700 block of Fountain Street, Ann Arbor, MI, 48103 (map)
When: Saturday, June 9th from 10 am--6 pm and Sunday, June 10th from 11 am--3 pm
THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC!