Past Events

Previous Schedules of Events

We appreciate your patience as we update our website. The past events for our 2020 and 2021 festival will be added soon!

Kanab and the Milky Way, a Love Affair

Arts & Culture and Night Sky

World renowned astrophotgrapher, Dave Lane, shares the stories to his night photography from Kanab and southern Utah.

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Discussing the Documentaries – What Did We Learn?

Films and Community

Viewer reflection and discussion on the documentary films (and Native Plant video), with a focus on "The Divided Brain".

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The Living Earth – Ancient Perspectives

Community

A series of short videos from advocates for the natural world followed by a discussion on the topics covered.

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In Pursuit of Dark Skies

Science & Land and Night Sky

Presentation on Viewing Dark Skies in Utah by Paul Ricketts, from the University of Utah's South Physics Observatory.

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Extreme Dinosaur Diversity on Laramidia's Southern Frontier: New Discoveries from Utah's Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument

Science & Land

Palentology presentation on new dinosaur discoveries in the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument by Joe Sertich, curator at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

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Owls!

Science & Land

Live demonstration of owls by Wasatch Mountain State Park naturalist, Kathy Donnell.

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Community Conversation on Climate Change

Community

Discussion on the Interview of Renowned Climate Scientist Katharine Hayhoe on Radio West KUER.

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Ruins and Rock Art of the Kayenta Area

Arts & Culture and Science & Land

Photos of ruins and rock art of the Kayenta Area as presented by former Utah Rock Art Research Association president, Richard Jenkinson.

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The Effects of Climate Change on our National Parks

Science & Land

The National Parks Conservation Association talks about the effects of climate change on our National Parks.

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Invocation to Sustainability

Community

Kick-off event for Amazing Earthfest, featuring keynote speaker Blake Spalding, co-owner/co-chef of the nationally known Hell’s Backbone Grill & Farm in Boulder, Utah.

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No Time to Waste: The Urgent Mission of Betty Reid Soskin (documentary film) - Available OnDemand all week!

Films

The inspiring story of Betty Reid Soskin, beloved African American National Park ranger who just retired March 31st, 2022, at the age of 100!

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Growing Native Plants and Seed Saving from a Southern Pauite Perspective (video)- Available OnDemand all week!

Arts & Culture and Science & Land

This is a recorded presentation about growing native plants and seed saving from a Southern Pauite perspective. There will be no live discussion.

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Aware: Glimpses of Conciousness (documentary film) - Available OnDemand all week!

Films

What is consciousness? Is it in all living beings? What happens when we die? Why do we seem to be hardwired for mystical experience?

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The Third Harmony: Nonviolence and the New Story of Human Nature (documentary film)- Available OnDemand all week!

Films

Explore the convergence of modern science and the world's great wisdom traditions in the context of nonviolence, its history, and impact on conflict.

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The Divided Brain (documentary film)- Available OnDemand all week!

Films

Striving for balance between the left and right brain is a survival imperative. Our left hemisphere is very proficient at creating technologies, procedures and systems, but cannot understand the profound implications of those creations for people and the natural world around us.

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Entangled (documentary film) - Available OnDemand all week!

Films

Learn the plight of the endangered North Atlantic right whale and the impact of its protection efforts on the lobster industry.

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