The Earth Harmony Festival offers a one-of-a-kind experience to tour & camp in North America's largest EcoVillage during a weekend of conscious music, delicious food, local vendors and crafts, activities for kids, and presentations on a wide variety of sustainable living practices, all set on 220-acres of the scenic Santa Cruz River valley nestled between the Tumacácori and San Cayetano Mountains.
This year's festival is set to be the biggest yet, with newly constructed buildings to be showcased on the EcoTour and internationally acclaimed speakers taking the stage. The popular EcoTours share a comprehensive look into organic gardening, permaculture, rainwater harvesting, grey water harvesting, heritage crops and heirloom seeds, poly-culture and food diversity, composting, solar and wind energy, green building techniques incorporating natural materials as well as upcycled and recycled materials, watershed management, and Arizona's largest Food Forest.
Our tour will originate at convenient locations around the Valley, stopping for well timed, unrushed, comfort stops enroute. On arrival, enjoy all that the festival has to offer, including some of the finest unique foods you'll find.
On our return we will stop in the Tucson area for dinner, at a favorite restaurant that is sure to please.
OPTIONAL: Guided Ecotour - grants you an exclusive look at the ins-and-outs of one of North America's largest EcoVillages. A must see, but requires good mobility, and is not well suited for travelers with scooters, rollators, or wheelchairs.