Gearing up for Earth Day 2015 at UH Manoa

The Annual Earth Day Festival at UHM is a tradition promoting sustainability efforts on-campus and in the community to foster networking, involvement and inspiration.

Earth Day 2015 at UH Manoa is gearing up to be a powerful day of new sustainable insight, passionate teaching and fantastic entertainment. There’s a momentum now in the direction of environmental stewardship for a healthy, thriving future and the Earth Day Festival will embody this call to action. Moreover, we can encourage student leaders to help us accomplish this goal. All resources from the 2014 festival are available to students interested in this opportunity to gain leadership and event planning experience, and training and advising will be provided!

Sponsorship for the Event

See the Earth Day Festival at UH Mānoa Planning Handbook here.

Thank you to all of those who made Earth Day 2014 at UHM possible & successful. We had attendance of over 1,000 students and members of the campus & the community. E-mail if you would like to be a part of the 2015 planning committee.

Photos from the festival on April 24, 2014 are available at:

2014 Earth Day Festival Flyer       bikeUHM2014 JPG

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Program (Wed, 4/22):

  • 10AM-4PM: Festival @ Campus Center Courtyard and Legacy Path

Earth Day Campus Map

  • 12-1:30 PM  – Earth-Dance – Yoga Ecstatic Dance Celebration

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  • 3-4 PM – Earth-Flow Yoga – A vinyasa yoga flow focusing on the earth and sky connection that we have as humansEarth-Flow Yoga_Earth Day UH April 2015
  • 6-11PM: Celebratory Reception @ Campus Center Courtyard

    • 6:00-6:45

Paul Izak – Positive Vibes and Reggae

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  •  6:45-7:30

Butter Side Down – Folk rock and Dance tunes







  •  7:30-8:15

Luminaries with Jerome James – Conscious Hip Hop








  • 8:15-11PM: Evening Concert with Mike Love, Puala Fuga, Sam Ites trio in Campus Center Courtyard w/ Slam Poetry by Jenna Robinson at


The Hale Krishna Temple will be providing vegetarian food made of locally sourced ingredients on compostable or reusable plates and utensils. Da Spot will be offering reusable plates & utensils to all food vendors to assist with efforts to go zero-waste.

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DA SPOT: regular menu + fresh falafels / avocado wraps/  fresh mushroom medley w/ Local Hamakua Mushrooms.  All vegetables will be from Aloun farms in Kunia (non-GMO vegetables).

GOVINDA’S: curry, another entree, soup, salad and fresh drinks; Local ingredients include cabbage and cilantro from Aloun Farms as well as tomatoes and cucumbers from Ho Farms. Always served with 100% compostable products.

HONOLULU GOURMET: serving vegan, local, 100% organic Life Foods Gourmet Superfoods Burgers. Life Foods will be sampling food for free, always sourced at least 50% locally from Maui farms. This will be a launch of the Life Foods Gourmet product line to be featured at Honolulu Gourmet at Paradise Palms. Served on reusable or compostable plates.

INDIA CAFE: wide variety of organic vegetarian and vegan curry meals: spicy eggplant, coconut cabbage and kale, okra curry, curried potatoes, and spinach and kale tofu korma. All meals will include fresh organic salad from Nalo Farms. Vegetables are sourced directly from Souane Farms. Served with reusable plates & WorldCentric certified compostable utensils.

From carbon offsets through tree planting to the plant-based selection of grinds, the 2015 UHM Earth Day Festival will try to minimize its footprint as much as possible. Sponsors of the 2015 Earth Day Festival at UH Mānoa are: ASUH, the UHM Chancellor’s Office, SAPFB, Kokua Market, Down to Earth, Da Spot & the Hale Krishna Temple & Botanical Gardens. Earth Day occurs on April 22 every year. UH Mānoa’s Annual Earth Day Festival is the Wednesday before the annual Aloha Bash closest to the 22nd.