The Iron Range Earth Fest, hosted by the Iron Range Partnership for Sustainability, is a celebration of local traditions and practical resources for sustainable living in northeastern Minnesota. The event offers opportunities to:
- Explore how we can all strive to live in a more sustainable way at home and in our communities.
- Learn about new and existing technological approaches as well as rediscover some of our long standing local traditions.
- Tap into the knowledge of local experts to share their expertise on regional products, services, foods, traditions and our wilderness.
An emphasis is placed on local products, local services, local foods, local entertainment, and our local wilderness.
The Iron Range Earth Fest takes place on the Highway 169 Corridor in Mountain Iron, Minnesota. Presentations, exhibitors & vendors and activities are spread throughout four different buildings on Enterprise Drive and Emerald Ave (located just off of Hwy. 169).