The 13th anniversary EcoFair will take place on Saturday, May 14 from 12:00-5:00pm at the Snow King Ball Field, at the base of Snow King mountain in downtown Jackson. PLEASE NO DOGS.
In the spirit of EcoFair, please take alternative transportation to the event (i.e. bike, walk, START Bus, carpool). Event parking is available in the Snow King Ball Field lot, the lower Snow King Ice Rink lot and along neighborhood streets. Please do not park on private driveways or in lots belonging to area businesses.
Admission = $5 suggested donation
Your support is critical in helping event host Energy Conservation Works to cover costs.
Join the Green Team – volunteer at EcoFair!
Bike services at EcoFair
- Free bike safety assessments provided by Hoback Sports
- VIP bike parking
- Strider Bike Adventure Zone (weather permitting) hosted by Friends of Pathways. Encouraging kids 18 months to 5 years old to explore mobility on two wheels and experience the challenge and thrill of riding on unique terrain and obstacles!
Approximately 50 non-profit, business and government agency booths will be showcasing their sustainability efforts and selling their eco-wares, including event sponsors Energy Conservation Works, Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling, Teton Conservation District, Jackson Whole Grocer, High Country Linen, Snake River Brewing, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Booths will be located in and near the large tents, and near the eco-friendly vehicle displays.
Food & Beverage
BYO reusable mug and enjoy $2 beers (up to 20oz please!) from event sponsor Snake River Brewing! Beers are $4 without your own mug.
In an effort to reach a zero waste model, there will be no plastic cups at EcoFair this year! Stainless steel cups are available for your use at the event with a $10 fully refundable deposit from event partner Slow Food in the Tetons.
Enjoy a delicious lunch from event sponsor Jackson Whole Grocer, Everest Momo Shack, or Local Butcher.
Energy Efficiency Displays
2015 EcoFair’s energy conservation and efficiency displays inspired and taught fairgoers about power options available in our area.
In 2016, plan on a visit with Energy Conservation Works and Lower Valley Energy booth to learn about opportunities to increase energy efficiency in homes and businesses. Make sure to stop by for your free light bulb, and to learn where to recycle those old CFLs!
With the help of Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling and Slow Food in the Tetons, EcoFair is excited to be working towards a zero-waste model. All food vendors will be serving up deliciousness on 100% recycled reusable plates, all beverages will be served in YOUR cup that you brought from home or a stainless steel cup, and we will be accepting small e-waste items for recycling drop-off. For more information about EcoFair’s zero-waste initiative, please email our Green Team Captain.
Free Kids’ Activities
EcoFair always hosts a variety of activities for eco-children. Expect face painting, recycled mosaic glass art, and more!
May 14-15 will be a weekend to celebrate community, wellness, Mother Nature… and mothers! Please join us!