Questions during the event? Stop by the A2ZERO table at the corner of Main and Liberty!
2023 A2ZERO Green Fair
Friday, September 22nd | 5:00-8:00pm | Downtown Main Street
EV Test Rides at the Library Lane Lot | 2:00-6:00pm
What is Green Fair?
Stroll local exhibits and learn innovative ways to live sustainably and take climate action. Dozens of nonprofit, governmental, and other exhibitors will be on hand to answer your questions. Find resources and communities for sustainable action, including: the circular economy, solar technologies, green transportation, plant-based foods, climate resiliency, environmental education, clean water protections, and energy waste reduction.
Downtown Main Street will be activated with Green Fair exhibitors from 5-8pm. Enjoy a wide variety of interactive demonstrations, see the latest in tech innovations, and enjoy great music! Bring an upcycled t-shirt or tote bag to use at the sustainable screen printing station, get ready to answer trivia questions and win fun prizes, and join the bike parade for the planet. Stop by the Library Lane Lot, 343 S. Fifth Ave, from 2-6 pm to learn about a variety of alternate forms of transportation. Test drive the newest tech in electric vehicles, take a spin on an e-bike, learn about clean last-mile delivery transport, and test your traffic knowledge with the transportation team.
Plus, discover the latest advancements and interact with cutting-edge technologies and companies in the region by checking out Tech Trek on Liberty Street (between Division and 4th) from 1-5pm.
Interested in being a Green Fair exhibitor? Please apply here for consideration.
Event volunteers are welcome! Please sign up here to volunteer.
Green Fair launches the World Car-Free Day Challenge in partnership with getDowntown and TheRide! Track the impact of your sustainable transportation choices, accumulate points, and check out the list of prizes. Register here to get started!
Adapt Community Supported Ecology
American Institute of Architects - Huron Valley Chapter
Ann Arbor 2030 District
Ann Arbor Citizens' Climate Lobby
Ann Arbor District Library
Ann Arbor Scooter Company
Ann Arbor Wild Ones
City of Ann Arbor
Natural Area Preservation
Office of Sustainability and Innovations
Clean Water Action
East Michigan Electric Vehicle Association
Great Lakes Building Innovations LLC
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association
Happy Planet Running
Hickory Nut Farmstead
Human Electric Hybrids & Urban Cargo Bikes
Huron River Watershed Council
Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative - Border to Border Trail
Integrative Lactation Care
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 252
Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor
Legacy Land Conservancy
Leslie Science and Nature Center and Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Michigan League of Conservation Voters
Nature and Nurture Seeds
People's Food Co-op
Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan
Pro Energy Consultants
Students for Clean Energy
Sumpter Solar Services
The Hungry Locavore
The Treeline Conservancy
TheRide (Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority)
Trillium Real Estate
Top Dog llc
University of Michigan Office of Campus Sustainability
University of Michigan Solar Car Team
Walk Bike Washtenaw
Washtenaw Climate Reality
Washtenaw County Conservation District
Washtenaw County Environmental Council
Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner's Office
Washtenaw County Weatherization Assistance Program
Washtenaw Optimal Wellness
White Coats for Planetary Health - University of Michigan