This year's festival will take place at the Woodlands High School, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The festival intends to promote the individual's awareness on how personal actions may lead to a huge transformation.

Concepts like green living, efficiency and sustainability are heard daily on the public media, It's all connected intends to provide easy tips to incorporate this ideas into the busy lifestyles of Woodlands residents.

Explore solutions for water conservation at the hands on Water IQ exhibit presented by EnviroMedia, learn about green remodeling, rainwater harvesting, alternative energy and organic products and enjoy good music, dance and performances, climb the Rock Wall. Bring the kids to welcome The Magic School Bus, attend the bicycle Rodeo as well as the free games, crafts and hands-on activities.

Over 70 exhibitors will be sharing and displaying information on relevant matters to the environment, conservation guidelines, green trends and energy-saving technologies. This year's festival will provide a unique opportunity to visitors enter into contact with an endangered species, the Ridley Turtles. The visitor will be illustrated on the diversity of nature in the Gulf Coast Region.

The event is organized by the Environmental Services for the Community Associations of The Woodlands and sponsored by Waste Management, The Woodlands Development Company, The Woodlands Joint Powers Agency, Liberty Mutual and others.

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