Earth Day Augusta
  1. Wade Carruth and his Birds of Prey
    Wade Carruth is a falconer and wildlife educator with over 10 years experience presenting programs with live birds of prey. Based in Grovetown, he presents programs at local schools and parks. Don’t miss a chance to get up close and personal with thee living raptors.
  1. Southeastern Reptile Rescue
    The Reptile Wagon offers visitors the chance to safely view numerous live venomous and non-venomous snakes native to the Southeastern United States and from around the world. If seeing an alligator isn't enough, our trained staff will be on hand with alligators and harmless snakes that you can pet!
  1. Voxnbass
    The combination of voice and acoustic bass is one which is both challenging and rewarding for musicians and listeners alike. The rich timbres of the these two musical voices are amplified by the open space created in such a unique duet. Harmony is implied through counterpoint, rhythm is indicated by the tug between movement and silence, and dynamics breathe easily in such an empathetic, sensitive, and vulnerable musical setting. At the same time, the power of melody is readily evident, and listeners are rewarded with a musical experience that leaves them fully engaged with the moment.
  1. Brett Bartschi
    Singer and Musician
  1. billy s
    Artist and Singer/Songwriter
  1. Jezibell Anat
    I specialize in traditional cabaret and Turkish bellydance, fusion/fantasy belly dance such as Goth and geek, and also flow and fire.
  1. David Young: Recycled Aluminum Casting
    David Young will be recycling aluminum cans you bring to the event into beautiful Earth Day Augusta medallions. He just needs you to bring 10-15 aluminum cans and $5. This money made from this will go to support Augusta Locally Grown and Earth Day Augusta.
  1. Ami McKenzie with Augusta Drum Circle
    Im Ami McKenzie Drum dance hoop paint write & raise good vibrations. EVERYONE welcomed All religions/ages/sexes ect Also Instagram & [email protected]
  1. Savannah River Ecology Lab: Megan Winzeler
    Megan Winzeler will be out to speak to us about how important climate and it's effects on wildlife.
  1. Dragonswynd
    Outreach and Education about Insects. For All ages and all types of engagement.
  1. Deborah Sasser
    Deborah Sasser is a local beekeeper who educates anyone and everyone about the importance of honey bees.
  1. Dolly Bridges
    I was born in Goose Creek Hollow in the Ozark mountains of the Midwest. I lived there until I was 13 years old, as a traditional indigenous Native American. I am the 5th generation of the Redbird, and the family historian.
Earth Day Augusta