We’re glad these exhibitors have chosen to spend Earth Day with us because they form the heart of Earth Fair. Please show your support for them by not only shopping or learning from them once a year, but all year long! Let them know you saw them at Earth Fair; they would love to hear from you! In fact, Earth Fair can be a significant source of funding for many of the non-profits and small family businesses, so purchase gifts for yourself or others and be assured your money is staying local and supporting a good cause.
- Bird is the Word
- Blue Water Conservation District
- Blue Water Area Transit
- Earth Fair Merchandise Sales
- Mason Welding
- Nellie's Natural Soap
- Pine River Nature Center
- SEMCO Energy
- Sprouting Minds
- St. Clair County Environmental Services
- Volunteer Check-In
- Young Living Essential Oils
- EDF Action
- Flower Street Collective
- Friends of the St. Clair River
- Grounded Herbs, LLC
- Lake St. Clair CISMA
- Lounies Soap Co.
- Master Gardeners of St. Clair County
- Shaklee-Nepper Enterprises
- Paul's Gourmet Jerky
- Pine River Beekeeping Club
- Plant-Based for the Planet
- Potlux Succulents
- Seed and Soul Society
- St. Clair County Health Department
- St. Clair County Parks and Recreation
- The Blue Orchid
- Blue Water Audubon Society
- Camp Cavell
- Dots Candy Bar, LLC
- EverDry Waterproofing
- Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan
- In and Out Floors
- Lavender Creek Farm, LLC
- LeafFilter Gutter Protection
- Michigan Disability Rights Coalition
- MSU Extension
- Pink Sheep Creations
- Powder Puff Pacas
- Small House Farm
- Butterfly House Exhibit
- St. Clair-Detroit River Sturgeon For Tomorrow
- Cloud Candy
- Just A Poppin’
- Maria’s Tacos
- St. Clair County Farm Museum
- The Sandwich Scoop
Earth Fair is held in the three Exhibit Barns and the Visitor’s Center adjacent to the North parking lot. Click the map to download a PDF.
While dogs are allowed at Goodells County Park, dogs are NOT allowed inside the Exhibit Barns or Visitors Center.
Items lost during Earth Fair are turned into the Main Stage. Items to be claimed after the event will be held with Goodells County Park staff.
Green Guardian Awards Ceremony
Main Stage • Saturday • Noon
We will present awards to Earth Fair superheroes that have demonstrated initiative to enhance, preserve, and protect the Blue Water Area. Who will our Green Guardians be? Please join us in congratulating their achievements!
NEW! Michigan Mammals & Cold-blooded Creatures
Join the Huron-Clinton Metroparks in their mobile learning center to explore mammals that call Michigan their home and interesting cold-blooded creatures.
Tree and Shrub Sale
Friday and Saturday - West Barn
It's spring tree ordering season! The Blue Water Conservation District is selling a variety of bare-root evergreens, flowering trees and shrubs, hardwoods and native wildflowers. Pre-orders can be placed until April 4th, or a limited supply will be available for sale at Earth Fair.
Butterfly House Exhibit
Friday and Saturday - Visitor's Center
This Butterfly House exhibit provides a memorable and unique experience for our Earth Fair visitors. Experience the joy of walking among live butterflies and enjoy their beauty as they fly inside a screened enclosure while you hand-feed them. Examine butterflies up close in all stages of their life cycle.
Saturday, Columbus Bible Church
Join us every half hour at Columbus Bible Church in the Historical Village for educational presentations. These are 20-minutes, general seating, and open to all ages.
Jump on our tractor-pulled trolley at the Cargill Main Stage area and go for a ride through the Historical Village. The Trolley also makes stops at the parking lots, restrooms, and playground. Ride as often as you like!
Historical Village Tours
Friday and Saturday
Stroll through the beautiful restored buildings on the Historical Village grounds. Wales Historical Society members will be offering tours of several buildings. The Village is within easy walking distance from Earth Fair and accessible on paved pathways.
Saturday Earth Talks – Sponsored by DTE
On Saturday, listen for the ringing church bell and join us every half hour at the Columbus Bible Church in the Historical Village for educational presentations. These are 20-minutes, general seating, and open to all ages.
- 10:30am: “Land and Water Trails”
Sheri Faust, Friends of the St. Clair River
- 11:00am: “Things you don’t know about Birds” (This is a family friendly talk)
Pat Burden, Blue Water Audubon Society
- BREAK FROM 11:30am - 1:30pm: Howell Nature Center and Awards Ceremony at the Main Stage
- 1:30pm: “Outdoor Recreational Opportunities in St. Clair County Parks”
Dennis Delor, St. Clair County Parks
- 2:00pm: “Bees and Beekeeping”
Jim Ford, St. Clair County Beekeepers Club
- 2:30pm: “Decreasing Food insecurity through charity, urban agriculture and volunteerism”
Shannon Raynard, Seed and Soul Society
- 3:00pm: “Spongy (formerly called Gypsy) Moth and its effect in our area”
Lydia Nicholas, Friends of the St. Clair River
- 3:30pm: “Butterflies and Pollinators”
Barb Ford, Pine River Nature Center