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You’re invited to our inaugural Earth Day Turtle Fest!

Come celebrate our Mother Earth and the arrival of nesting sea turtles! We are planning a family friendly, fun filled day, with a Kids Korner, live music, food trucks, and a Vendor Village.

Our goal is to share important information with the community about the global issues of plastic pollution and the negative affects to sea turtles. The purpose for this event is to help attendees learn ways to save the earth and sea turtles in a fun but educational way.

Earth Day Turtle Fest








Become a Sponsor

Show your support for this community event by becoming a corporate sponsor!  Your sponsorship will make it possible for us to create an event that will promote mother earth and help save sea turtles. 

Sponsor sign up

Thank You Sponsors

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Vendor Village

We are currently accepting applications for our vendor village. Registration fee is 40.00 for each 10X10 vendor space. 

Vendor Application

Nonprofit/Government/Conservation Groups

We are currently accepting applications for nonprofit and government groups. There is no fee for groups that will be distributing outreach material. For groups that will be fundraising or selling merchanise please consider making a small donation.

Nonprofit Form

Become a Volunteer!

We need you! If you love mother earth and sea turtles, please consider volunteering for our festival! We need a team of dedicated volunteers to help make a difference for our environment and nesting sea turtles! 

Volunteer application

Beach Junki Cleanup benefits sea turtles!!

On Earth Day 2023, we organized an Earth Day beach cleanup at Main Beach. We wanted to do something special so we invited the children to join us for a sea turtle craft made from recycled bottle caps. Since there was such a huge turnout, that gave our founder the idea to organize an Earth Day Turtle Fest! We hope this will inspire the community to get involved by becoming a sponsor, or volunteering to help make this an annual event! 

Check out the article written by the NewsLeader about our Earth Day Beach Clean Up!