What You Can Do

What You Can Do

What You Can Do

What You Can Do

Bring Your Own
  • Coffee mugs, water bottle, plastic cup for beverages
  • Personal eating utensils
  • Grocery bag
Use It Again
  • Beer cups
  • Pocket schedules
Get a Ride
  • Carpool
  • Bicycle
  • Low emissions vehicles
Pack It Out
  • Recyclables
  • Broken camping gear
  • Plastics
  • Cigarette butts
At Your Hotel
  • Reduce linen use
  • Turn the lights off when you leave
Compost It
  • All Food Waste
    • Meat, dairy, eggshells, bones, fruits, vegetables, rice, beans, pasta
  • Coffee grounds & filters
  • Tea bags
  • Paper plates, paper towels, napkins
  • Corn cups and silverware, potato silverware
Learn More
  • Visit the Sustainable Festivation booth in Greentown
Reduce Your Impact
  • Purchase your own travel offsets
Bring It Home
  • Take everything you’ve learned here back to your community!

Campers’ Guide

It takes the power of an entire community to host a sustainable festival experience. In order to cut down on waste, lessen the impact of your campsite, and keep the local wildlife wild, we all need to do our part to camp right. Together with the help of our partner, the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, we have compiled a list of best camping practices to implement when you visit any one of our festivals.

Campsite Challenge

Coordinated by the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics and Planet Bluegrass, the contest encourages all of us to raise the bar for sustainable and creative camping. All entrants are eligible for random daily prizes, while campsites that excel in achieving the highest levels of the Leave No Trace philosophy could win FREE camping and 3-day passes for the following year’s festival!