Reggae Fest

Dedicated to the protection of Cayuga Lake 
through a vibrant celebration of Ithaca’s legendary reggae community and its history.

$10 Buy Tickets
$10 Advanced / $15 @ Gate

Friends of Cayuga Lake

Collaborations with local water protectors to raise awareness about the restoration and protection of Cayuga Lake.


Finger Lakes
Land Trust

To conserve forever the lands and waters of the Finger Lakes region.


Cayuga Lake
Watershed Network

A network to protect and improve the ecological health and overall beauty of the watershed.


Science Institute

State-certified water quality testing lab that partners with volunteers to monitor water quality.



Provides experiential learning to engage and empower communities throughout the Finger Lakes.


​New Roots
Charter School

New Roots gives back to the earth with the Cayuga Wetlands Restoration Project.


Ellis Hollow Art
& Ecology Collective

An artistic sanctuary for creative & biological diversity.


Hydrilla Task Force

Implementing strategies most likely to result in eradication of hydrilla in the Cayuga Lake Watershed.


Opening Prayers

The Festival will be opened with time to offer prayers, blessings and intentions for the waters of the Cayuga Lake Watershed. We invite everyone to come to participate in any way that feels natural and personal. Local yoga teachers will lead a cycle of 108 yoga based Sun Salutations to connect deeply with our intentions to honor and preserve the waters of the Finger Lakes and the world. Modifications will be given so that everyone can participate in this practice - from meditation, to breathing, to chanting, to the physical movement which embodies the Sun Salutations. Yoga mats will be helpful but not necessary, depending on how you plan to participate. If you need a mat or have any questions please contact the Yoga for the Earth organizers at Please join us on 06.24.2017 from 10AM to NOON in front of the Ithaca Reggae Fest Stage @ Stewart Park Follow us @ for more details..

Yoga for the Earth is about inspiring yoga teachers, students and others to consciously cultivate the innate connections between yoga, people and nature and then to take creative and peaceful climate actions based on this wisdom.


Festival made possible by community contributions from these local sponsors.

Jason Sokoloff


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