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We were happy to host our 10th Annual Saskatoon Environmental Film Festival this April at the Roxy Theatre and our Green Un-Gala at PAVED Arts Centre. It was a great weekend of fantastic environmental films and networking. A big thanks goes out to everyone who braved the big Saturday storm and the Sunday fallout to come show your support for SEN and other environmental organizations in Saskatchewan.
If you're interested in volunteering at the festival next year or being a part of the EFF planning committee send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to our 2015 sponsors!
Sask Lotteries Trust Fund, SCIC, Riversdale Community Assoc. U of S Office of Sustainability,City of Saskatoon, VIA Rail, Saskatoon Media Group, SaskEnergy, EcoFriendly Sask, Meewasin, ASUPCA Carbon Offset program, MPetit Productions, Tom Morgan, Roxy Theatre, Ness Core Ventures, Saskatoon Symphony, SFL, Saskatoon & District Labour, Saskatoon Peace Coalition, Sierra Club Canada Foundation.
The Saskatchewan Eco Network is very excited to be co-coordinating this year's "The Village" for ecological and social justice (formerly known as the Eco-Village)! The Ness Creek Music Festival will be celebrating its 25th anniversary year this July 16th – 19th in the beautiful boreal forest 12 km from Big River, Saskatchewan. Over the last quarter of a century, Ness Creek has grown into a major Canadian music festival, drawing 4,000 people over four days to enjoy music, dance, theatre, art, culture and community. We invite you to be a part of this anniversary celebration by participating in “The Village."
This year’s Village is hoping to get back to the roots of its predecessor, the Eco-Village, by giving non-profit and for-profit organizations with ecological mandates and solutions the chance to display, promote, workshop, discuss and sell their ideas and services with festival-goers. While traditional table displays are always welcome, we are especially interested in innovative green technologies and interactive displays that invite festival-goers to participate, learn a new skill, or otherwise actively engage. Similarly, if you would like to elect to bring something more active like a nature tour, product demo, or anything else that takes advantage of the beautiful area we'd love to hear your ideas and work something out with you.
The deadline for vendor applications has passed, but if you are still interested in registering your business or organization it still might be possible to get you in there if you email or call us right away at email@example.com or (306) 292-8470. Or if you are interested in volunteering at The Village please contact us as soon as possible.
We hope to see you at the 2015 Ness Creek Music Festival!
A big thanks goes out to the festival sponsors, SaskWater, Loraas, Meewasin Valley Authority, CFCR, and Danger Dynamite Multimedia along with everyone who helped with festival planning for making this event possible!
Thanks to everyone who joined us for a chilly day in the park to celebrate our beautiful river system and all it provides for us. The Paddlewheelers and Rayney brought some fantastic music for all in attendance throughout the afternoon. It was great to see the displays from all of our participants, the Saskatoon Zoo Society, the Safe Drinking Water Foundation, the South Saskatchewan River Watershed Stewards, the City of Saskatoon, Partners for the Saskatchewan River Basin, Meewasin Valley Authority, the Girl Guides, and the Global Institute for Water Security. Plastic Smart Saskatoon organized a river clean-up for festival attendees.
Last updated Tuesday, 12-May-2015 16:54:14 CST