Announcing the 2018 Berkshire Earth Expo 
Environmental Action Fair

A partnership of Living the Change Berkshires, Berkshire Environmental Action Team (BEAT) and 350Mass Berkshire Node.

On April 21, 2018 at the Stationery Factory in Dalton.

We are currently looking for vendors.

If you (and/or your organization) would like to participate, here is our invitation for you:

Living The Change – Berkshires and The Berkshire Environmental Action Team (BEAT) are
inviting vendors from across the region to participate in the 2nd Annual Berkshire Earth Expo:
Environmental Action Fair. The event is Saturday, April 21st from 10 AM – 5 PM at The
Stationery Factory in Dalton, MA.
The 2017 event was a beautiful success. Over 500 people attended, made new connections,
learned from experts, were inspired to get active, bought locally made products, or just had a
great time cuddling chickens.
This event showcases and celebrates environmental activism and activist’s achievements, helps people engage with their neighbors, educates the public about renewable energy solutions, and features businesses, artisans, and scientists who work in harmony with nature.

BEAT and Living the Change are extending an open call to vendors, non-profits, artisans, and
scientists who would like to be a part of this exciting expo. To reserve your booth space, please
contact Elizabeth Orenstein at or (413) 717-1255.


In 2017, instead of staging our own Climate and Activism Fair, Living the Change Berkshires will spotlight the issue of Climate Change at the BEAT Spring Enviro Action Fair and Expo on May 13th.

This event, a fundraiser for BEAT, revolved around wildlife and nature, protecting the earth, living sustainably, farming and gardening, climate action, clean energy and more.

Living the Change Berkshires presented:

  • The Tree of Hope (see its page for more information)
  • A poetry and spoken word performance with wordxword at 3pm
  • Rides on the PEBL, the coolest velo-car you’ve ever seen
  • Appearances by the “Climate Doctor”
  • “Ice and the Sky” Documentary at 7pm
  • Solar companies and many other vendors and exhibitors working in inspiring ways to protect and heal our climate and the earth.

All this alongside many vendors and artists whose work reflects the values inherent in BEAT’s mission: to inform and engage people to protect the environment for wildlife. Many other family-friendly activities, games, guided hikes and kids’ crafts make this a big celebration of nature and humans who love it.

WHEN: SATURDAY, MAY 13th (the day before Mother’s Day) 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

LOCATION: The Stationery Factory • 63 Flansburg Avenue • Dalton, MA

The Stationery Factory is an exciting new community marketplace and event venue in a beautifully restored and enhanced Crane & Company factory building.Visit their website here:

We very much hope to see you there!

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The first Berkshire climate and sustainability fair entitled LIVING THE CHANGE happened
in May 2016 at the Shire City Sanctuary in Pittsfield.

It featured a full day of activities, including vendor and non-profit booths, community dialogue sessions, youth and children’s art and activities, music, food, the movie “This Changes Everything”, by Naomi Klein, and a dance party at night.

The LIVING THE CHANGE FAIR was a major celebration of the growing community and positive momentum of Berkshire County’s climate action network, 350Mass Berkshires, the Berkshire Environmental Action Team (BEAT) and all the environmental organizations, activists, sustainable businesses, individuals, and volunteers who give their time and energy to address the planetary challenge of climate change and make the Berkshires a healthier, more just and sustainable community.