Sandi Henrich pulls loose threads off banners made at the Bowker Creek Initiative pennant printing workshop tent during the Creatively United for the Planet Festival at St. Ann's Academy.

Sandi Henrich pulls loose threads off banners made at the Bowker Creek Initiative pennant printing workshop tent during the Creatively United for the Planet Festival at St. Ann's Academy.

We Are Creatively United

Creatively United for the Planet Festival was held at St Ann's Academy kicking off Earth Week in Victoria.

More than 6,000 people attended the free two-day Creatively United for the Planet Festival kicking off Earth Week at St. Ann’s Academy. The event featured 100 displays including representatives of schools, non-profits and green businesses giving participants an opportunity to learn about several new local initiatives and to sample a variety of Island-produced food and beverages. The family event featured speakers including artist Robert Bateman, organic gardener and foodie Carolyn Herriot, climate scientist Andrew Weaver, sustainability author ¬†Guy Dauncey and others.