Update from 11/17/2016

The registration committee had their first meeting November 16th and they are establishing criteria for this year’s event. The event will be moving from World’s Fair Park so some changes are expected. Check back soon to find out more details about signing up to exhibit at EarthFest. in the mean time see below for last year’s process:

from 2015-2016

  • EarthFest registration is no longer automatic. Registration is a process and the first step is completing an application.  Exhibits are curated and approved by way of a juried selection process. The criteria for eligibility is whether applicants are primarily an environmental, educational, or nonprofit organization or small local environmentally focused business. All applications will be reviewed and applicants will be notified as soon as possible if their application is accepted. Once an application is accepted the applicant will be sent a link to register their exhibit space and pay fees (where applicable).
  • Food/Beverage sales: are treated separately. Food vendors are recruited by a food vendor committee. Exhibits may be allowed to sell/distribute food for offsite consumption upon approval from the food and waste committee. Anyone interested in selling food meant to be consumed during the event will be considered a food vendor. More information can be found on the food vendor page.

17th Annual Confirmed Exhibits (:

A & C Trades & Services
A True Family of Hope
Alliance to Save Energy
Ari B & Me (Molly Bee Beauty)
ARiES Energy
Babywearing International of Knoxville
CAC AmeriCorps
CAC Beardsley Community Farm
Child Development Research Group
Citizens Climate Lobby
City of Knoxville Stormwater Engineering
East Tennessee Clean Fuels
Freedom Chiropractic
German Shepherd Rescue of East TN
Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc.
Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Green Village Green
Greg Tune
Hemp Monkeys/Knox Essential Oils
Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley
Ijams Nature Center
John Knox Center
Keep Knoxville Beautiful
Knox County Democratic Party
Knox Recycles
Knoxville Area Transit
Knoxville Regional TPO
Knoxville Tree Board
Knoxville Utilities Board
Marble Springs State Historic Site
Medic Blood Center
Namaste : Welcome to India
Navitat Canopy Adventures
Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance
Onsight Rock Gym
Optimal Healthcare/Brown Chiropractic
Peaceful Parenting of Tennessee
Quiet House Community Care network
Serendipity Arts n Crafts
Seven Springs Holistic Retreats
Sierra Club – Harvey Broome Group
Simply Happy Canning Company
Smoky Mountains Hiking Club
Some Kind of Nature thing
Some Kind of Nature thing
Sterling Contracting Co.
Tennessee Citizens for Wilderness Planning
Tennessee Clean Water Network
The Gentle Barn Tennessee
The Green Life
The Luffa Ranch
The Rebecca Foundation
Town of Farragut
Usborne Books and More
UT Knoxville’s Office of Sustainability
Vegetarian Society/ K-Town Vegans
Victory Chiropractic and Wellness
Waste Connection of TN, Inc
Water Quality Forum
Whole Foods Market
Wildlife Habitat of South Woodlawn