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The latest news from Rock the Earth:

  • 2007-4-18: New Member Gift!!! Live Music! Join RtE now at the $25 level and receive a new double-live CD set featuring music from Jack Johnson, the Dave Matthews Band, the Grateful Dead, Widespread Panic and more!
  • 2006-12-16: NEW MEMBER BENEFIT -- 20% discount on all BASELINE GEAR featuring merchandise from bands such as Radiohead, Death Cab for Cutie, John Fogerty, String Cheese Incident, Keller Williams, Umphrey's McGee, Santana, Ozomatli and many others!
  • 2006-9-8: Rock the Earth Defends Hetch Hetchy Valley. On September 8, 2006, RtE submitted a letter to the National Park Service asking that restoration of the Hetch Hetchy Valley be considered in conjunction with the Wild & Scenic Designation for the Tuolumne River.
  • 2006-9-1: Rock the Earth Benefit Concert, Sunday, September 17, 2006 (noon-6 p.m), Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, McLaren Park, San Francisco, CA. Click here for details!

Featuring The Rubber Souldiers (David Gans, the Rowan Brothers, Robyn Sylvester (Ratdog), Barry Sless (Phil Lesh & Friends), Adam Perry and some VERY Special Guests), Blue Turtle Seduction, Mark Karan's (Ratdog) Buds, Zoo Station (a tribute to U2), and the Trespassers. Press release here. Photos from the event here and here.

  • 2006-3-2: Hip Hop Rocker and Human Rights activist Michael Franti joins RtE Advisory Board! To read more about Michael and the rest of our Advisory Board go here.

  • 2006-1-18: Rock the Earth Greens Jam Cruise 4!

  • 2005-12-01: YMSB Rocks the Earth!
    Our friends in the Yonder Mountain String Band have generously donated two tickets to each of their New Year's Extravaganza concerts. Rock the Earth will randomly select two lucky winners to receive two free tickets to either the December 30 or 31st shows at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver. You must be a member of Rock the Earth to win. You may only enter the contest once, but for every member/renewal that you sign up, you get another chance to win. For example, if you renew your membership in Rock the Earth and get two more people to sign up for membership (or buy two memberships for others), you get three chances to win! You can enter by sending your name to info@RockTheEarth.org. Winner will be drawn on December 1st!
  • Rex Foundation Rocks the Earth!
    In November, the Rex Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Grateful Dead, announced that Rock the Earth was a recipient of a 2005 Rex grant. Rock the Earth is very grateful for the Rex Foundation's generosity and will apply the funds towards our defense of the Colorado River wilderness in Grand Canyon National Park.
  • 2005-10-13: RtE Co-Produces Bioneers
    For the second year in a row, RtE is co-producing Bioneers with the University of Colorado's Environmental Center. From Oct. 14-16, join the preeminent gathering of leading scientific innovators & environmental visionaries who offer practical solutions to the most pressing environmental and social issues of our time for a weekend of sharing, learning & action.

    To kick off the weekend festivities, on Thurs., Oct. 13, RtE and Bioneers will present a special advance film screening of Michael Franti's movie, "I Know I'm Not Alone" plus a Q&A Session and solo acoustic performance. For more information about Bioneers and to register, read more. Tickets for the Franti movie and performance are available through the Boulder Theater Box Office.

  • 2005-10-08: Rockin' Reception!
    Join the RtE Board of Directors and Staff as they convene their Annual Meeting and celebrate the success of our Summer Outreach Tour with a Reception, Silent Auction and short program on Saturday, October 8, from 7-10 p.m. at the Whiskey Bar, 2201 Larimer Street, Denver. Admission is FREE! For more details and any questions write to info@rocktheearth.org.

  • 2005-8-29: Rockin' the CO River.
    On August 29, 2005, Rock the Earth submitted scoping comments to the Bureau of Reclamation calling for an expanded, comprehensive, coordinated and forward-looking study and action plan for water management in the Colorado Basin. In its comments, Rock the Earth urged the Bureau to seriously consider the idea of decommissiong Lake Powell in an Environmental Impact Statement. To read our full comments, download a PDF of our letter, or you can read more about this project.
  • 2005-8-10: Jack Johnson Benefit Show

    On August 10, at a performance by Jack Johnson, ALO, and Matt Costa at the Santa Barbara Bowl in Santa Barbara, CA, Jack made a surprise announcement from the stage that the proceeds from the show were going to be awarded to the five nonprofit environmental groups tabling the show that night. One of those groups was Rock the Earth!!!! We are moved and humbled by Jack, and his wife, Kim's generosity and are most grateful for their support of Rock the Earth. Thank you, Jack and Kim! For the most up-to-date news, details, and photos from the tour, please visit our tour journal.

  • 2005-04-08: Rockin' the Roan Plateau!
    On April 8, RtE filed formal comments to the Bureau of Land Management's proposed plan and Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS), which plan would allow drilling on Colorado's Roan Plateau. In our comments, RtE opposed the currently proposed plan on the grounds that the BLM failed to evaluate reasonable alternatives considering viable and applicable drilling technologies currently available that would allow for the extraction of all natural gas beneath the Plateau, without needing to impact wilderness areas on top of the Plateau. In addition, RtE also joined in the broader comments submitted by a coalition of groups under the umbrella organizational name, "Save Roan Plateau." Read the full Rock the Earth comment letter as well as the Save Roan Plateau coalition letter.

  • 2005-04-01: RtE Continues Fight Against Pesticides
    RtE, once again, fought attempts by the EPA to exempt the application of pesticides to waterways from Congressionally-mandated, Clean Water Act permitting requirements. Read more

  • 2005-03-23: Concerts Rockin' the Earth
    1st Annual Snow Ball/RtE Incidents
    On March 23, Rock the Earth will be hosting the First Annual Snow Ball, a concert to benefit RtE at Cervantes Masterpiece Theater in Denver, Colorado. The concert will feature Colorado's own Shanti Groove, Pete Wernick (a/k/a Dr. Banjo) and other special guests. Meanwhile, The String Cheese Incident has announced that Rock the Earth will be the beneficiary of part of the proceeds from its two shows in Park City, Utah, on April 2-3. Tickets for both the Snow Ball and the Utah Incidents are now on-sale at Baseline Ticketing.

  • Rock the Earth 2004 Annual Report Now Available

  • 2005-03-01: RtE Forges an Alliance
    We're thrilled to announce that on March 1, Rock the Earth will move into our first office, in historic Lower Downtown Denver. Rock the Earth will be part of the newly established Alliance Center. The Alliance Center is a newly-renovated building on Wynkoop Street in Denver. A number of environmental and progressive organizations have come together to share space and create a nexus of social action. Read a recent article about the Alliance Center in Denver's Westword!

  • 2005-02-13: Rock the Earth Continues Partnership with E-town
    On February 13 and 27, Rock the Earth will be one of the official non-profit groups with a table during the live taping of etown at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colorado. E-town is an exciting weekly radio broadcast heard from coast to coast on NPR, public and commercial radio stations. Every e-town features performances from many of today's top musical artists as well as conversation and information about the world around us. Etown's mission is to produce high quality programs of diverse music and conversation in order to entertain, educate and engage a wide audience in appreciating and protecting our cultural and natural resources. During the February 13th performance by the Del McCoury Band and Kaki King, as well as the February 27th performance by the Hothouse Flowers and Cheryl Wheeler, Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a copy of One Love: vol. 1, a 2 CD compilation of music by artists such as Michael Franti, New Monsoson, ALO and Steve Kimock; all new memberships of $45 or more will receive a 100% long sleeve organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2005-01-26:
  • Rockin' the National Park Service
    On January 26, 2005, Rock the Earth filed formal comments with the National Park Service to a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Colorado River Management Plan. The draft EIS evaluates several options as to how the Colorado River will be managed as it flows through Grand Canyon National Park. Click here for more information on this important issue and to see a copy of the Rock the Earth comment letter.

  • 2004-12-29: Help Rock the National Park Service!

  • 2004-12-28: PLEASE LEND ASSISTANCE TO TSUNAMI VICTIMS
    As everyone is painfully aware, the December 25th earthquake and resulting tsunami in South Asia has resulted in human, economic, and ecological devastation of record toll. Rock the Earth fully supports the tremendous charitable efforts of local, national, and global non-governmental organization in providing aid to those countries impacted during this tragic event. Rock the Earth encourages our members, friends, and families to make a donation to these disaster relief organizations in this time of immense need.

    CARE - http://www.careusa.org/
    UNICEF - http://www.unicef.org/
    Oxfam - http://www.oxfam.co.uk/
    Global Greengrants Fund - http://www.greengrants.org/
    Islamic Relief Worldwide - http://www.islamic-relief.com/

  • 2004-12-05: Rock the Earth Continues Partnership with E-town
    On December 5th and 16th, Rock the Earth will be one of the official non-profit groups with a table during the live taping of etown at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colorado. E-town is an exciting weekly radio broadcast heard from coast to coast on NPR, public and commercial radio stations. Every e-town features performances from many of today's top musical artists as well as conversation and information about the world around us. Etown's mission is to produce high quality programs of diverse music and conversation in order to entertain, educate and engage a wide audience in appreciating and protecting our cultural and natural resources. During the December 5th performance by Mavis Staples and Donavon Frankenreiter, as well as the December 16th performance by Shawn Colvin. Joining Shawn Colvin during the December 16 taping of etown will be David Lowery and Johnny Hickman from the bands Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven. Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $35 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-11-19: Rock the Earth Supports Conscious Alliance!

    The Everyone Orchestra is bringing its ever-revolving lineup and awareness-raising efforts to the Boulder Theatre, Friday, November 19th for an explosive super-jam to benefit the Conscious Alliance. This incarnation of the Orchestra features Michael Travis, Kai Eckhardt (Garaj Mahal) , Peter Apfelbaum (Hieroglyphics Ensemble and Trey Anastasio Band), EO Founder Matt Butler, Liza Oxnard, ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra) , Leslie Helpert, and Aaron Holstein (Zilla), plus surprise guests. The musicians will perform songs and improvisational music culminating in a full ensemble set conducted by Boulder's Jamie Janover (Zilla) who will direct both musicians and audience alike in interactive, lively, and highly danceable jams. Proceeds from the show will benefit The Conscious Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to feeding the hungry in cities and on Native American Indian Reservations across the nation by staging food drives to redirect the abundance and generosity that exists in music, art and athletic communities.
    During the November 19th performance, Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $35 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt. For more information on the event and for tickets, go to http://www.consciousalliance.org//.

  • 2004-11-15: Rock the Earth Joins Other Groups to Support Forests
    On Monday, November 15, Rock the Earth joined with other Colorado environmental groups along with recreation industry officials, Republicans and youth groups to call on the Bush administration to preserve millions of acres of roadless national forests across the nation, including 4.4 million acres in Colorado. We urged the administration to withdraw a proposal that would replace a Clinton-era rule that banned roads in the remote areas.
    Download the Comment Letter.

  • 2004-11-14: Rock the Earth Benefit Concert!
    In the first of what we hope will be quarterly events, Rock the Earth is proud to announce its very first benefit show in San Francisco on Sunday, November 14th! Geo Trio featuring Kai Eckhardt, Alan Hertz and Eric Levy of Garaj Mahal, Matt Butler's Jambay Trio, the core of the Everyone Orchestra, along with David Gans, will join us at the Connecticut Yankee for an evening of music in the Bay area. Tickets will be available at the door with a $10 minimum donation. Stay tuned, for more news about this fantastic event!

  • 2004-11-13: RtE Joining the Circle of Life at We the Planet
    Many of you know Julia "Butterfly" Hill as the amazing activist that took her post in an ancient redwood she named Luna in order to protect the tree and its beautiful neighbors from cutting by lumber companies. Since leaving that tree, Julia has organized a non-profit organization called Circle of Life to continue her mission to activate people through education and inspiration in order to honor the diversity of life and take responsibility for the protection of our planet. At the We the Planet Festival of Music, Consciousness and Activism (November 13, 2004), Julia brings together music, arts and activism in a zero-waste, sustainably produced event in order to spread the inspiration and connection that comes from honoring the earth.

    Rock the Earth is honored to participate in such an inspirational event, and will have volunteers on hand to talk about how our organization can help to protect our natural resources through the collaboration of musicians, activists, environmentalists and anyone concerned about the future of our planet. For more information on the event and for tickets, go to http://www.wetheplanet.org/.

  • 2004-10-17: Rock the Earth Partners with E-town
    On October 17th and November 5th, Rock the Earth will be one of the official non-profit groups with a table during the live taping of etown at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colorado. E-town is an exciting weekly radio broadcast heard from coast to coast on NPR, public and commercial radio stations. Every e-town features performances from many of today's top musical artists as well as conversation and information about the world around us. Etown's mission is to produce high quality programs of diverse music and conversation in order to entertain, educate and engage a wide audience in appreciating and protecting our cultural and natural resources. During the October 17 performance by Otmar Liebert & Eliza Gilkyson, as well as the November 5 performance by John Cale, Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $35 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-10-15: Rock the Earth Co-Producer of Annual Bioneers Conference! Bioneers - Visionary & Practical Solutions for Restoring the Earth & People. October 15-17, 2004 University of Colorado at Boulder
    Join the preeminent gathering of leading scientific innovators & environmental visionaries who offer practical solutions to the most pressing environmental and social issues of our time for a weekend of sharing, learning & action. The main Bioneers conference in California has inspired the creation of satellite forums throughout the continent. For the second year, the Boulder Bioneers event will feature Bioneers plenaries, such as Paul Hawken, Amy Goodman, Terry Tempest Williams, Amory Lovins, live via satellite; workshops and sessions on topics of regional importance; a Harvest Celebration with food and music; and "Seasons of Life and Land" - a presentation by Subhankar Banerjee on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Free for all students; only $10/day for non-students. Visit http://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/bioneers/ for more information and to register.

  • 2004-10-11: Rock the Earth Executive Director Rocks Grist Magazine
    Read an on-line interview between Grist Managazine and RtE Executive Director Marc Ross.

  • 2004-10-06: Rock the Earth Reaffirms Its Opposition to Snowmobiles in Yellowstone/Grand Teton National Parks
    On October 6, 2004, RtE submitted comments to the National Park Service, opposing their proposal to allow up to 860 snowmobiles to enter Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks per day. This is the third time in 3 years that RtE has publicly opposed the use of snowmobiles in these National Park Units. For more information or to view a copy of the letter, see the project summary page.

  • 2004-10-01: Rock the Earth Charity Auction
    The Mimi Fishman Foundation is pleased to announce its newest auction. This auction is unique in that it's a blend of a traditional "Mimi" auction as well as a list of items we are hosting for 2 other organizations, Rock the Earth, and the Zeke Barry Fund. The auction features many signed items and several ticket/pass packages from bands such as The String Cheese Incident, Phish, and Yonder Mountain String Band among several others. Hurry, as the bidding closes on October 11!!!

  • 2004-08-06: Rock the Earth Travels to the Acoustic Planet!
    From August 6 through August 12, Rock the Earth will be on the Acoustic Planet Tour with Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, Keller Williams and the Yonder Mountain String Band. Starting in Columbus, Ohio, members of Rock the Earth will be tabling shows throughout the midwest. The tour will travel to Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit and Chicago. During the 5-show tour, Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $35 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-08-06: Rock the Earth at Jerry's Birthday Bash
    From August 6-8, Rock the Earth will be one of the offical nonprofit groups participating in Jerry's Birthday Bash in Terra Alta, WV. During the 3-day festival, Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $35 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-07-29: Rock the Earth at Baja Bash
    From July 29-August 1, Rock the Earth will be one of the offical nonprofit groups participating in the Baja Bash in LaJolla, CA. During the 3-day festival, Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $50 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-07-26: Rock the Earth Goes Au Natural!
    From July 26 through August 10, Rock the Earth will be on the Au Naturale tour with The Barenaked Ladies and Alanis Morissette as part of the Reverb eco-village. Starting in Portland, Oregon, members of Rock the Earth will be tabling shows throughout North America. The tour will travel to Mountain View, CA, Los Angeles, Morrison, CO, Philadelphia, Mansfield, MA and Columbia, MD. During the 8-show tour, Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $35 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-07-23: Rock the Earth at Camp Creek
    From July 23-25, Rock the Earth will be one of the offical nonprofit groups participating in the Camp Creek Festival in Mariaville, New York. During the 3-day festival, RtE volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $50 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-07-16: Rock the Earth Hoops it Up!
    From July 16 through July 25, Rock the Earth will be on Tour with The String Cheese Incident. Starting in Garberville, CA at a benefit concert to ban genetically modified crops from Humboldt County, members of Rock the Earth will be tabling shows by the barefoot band from Colorado throughout California and Nevada. The tour will travel to Chico, Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. During the 8-show tour, Rock the Earth volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $50 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-07-16: Rock the Earth Good Vibes
    From July 16-18, Rock the Earth will be one of the offical nonprofit groups participating in the Gathering of the Vibes Festival in Mariaville, New York. During the 3-day festival, RtE volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $50 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-07-09: Rockin' on the Rocks!!
    On July 9 and 10, Rock the Earth is thrilled to have a booth at the String Cheese Incident / Allman Brothers double billing at Red Rocks. Come out early and enjoy a beautiful late afternoon on the rocks and visit with Rock the Earth volunteers, who will be available to tell you about our latest projects. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $50 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt.

  • 2004-07-01: Rock the Earth Climbs the High Sierras!!
    From July 1-5, Rock the Earth will be one of the offical nonprofit groups participating in the High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, California. During the 4-day festival, RtE volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan; all new memberships of $50 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp Rock the Earth t-shirt. In addition, on Sat. July 3, from 2-4 p.m. in the Ambience Camp, Rock the Earth will be hosting a free party at which the Hot Buttered Rum String Band will be performing an all acoustic set with some surprise guests. See the Rock the Earth booth at the festival for more details.

  • 2004-06-18: Rock the Earth Shoots a Whole in One!!
    From June 18-20, Rock the Earth, in collaboration with the String Cheese Incident's Gouda Causes, will be participating in the Whole in One Festival in North Plains, Oregon (just outside of Portland). During the 3-day/4- night festival of community celebration, music, performance art and educational playshops, RtE volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will have a choice of receiving either a 100% organic cotton/hemp t-shirt or a Summer Tour 2004 Commemorative Poster by artist Ryan Kerrigan.

  • 2004-06-06: Rock the Earth Participating in the 27th Annual California Music Awards.
    On Sunday, June 6, Rock the Earth will be participating in the 27th Annual California Music Awards (formerly the Bammies) in Oakland, California. The celebration will be presented to 10,000 music lovers outdoors in beautiful Ogawa Plaza showcasing top new talent and featuring major acts. Awards will be presented to artists chosen by the public. From noon to 6 p.m., RtE volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp t-shirt.

  • 2004-05-15: Rock the Earth Drinks Hot Buttered Rum.
    On Saturday, May 15, Rock the Earth will be participating in the Noe Valley Music Series which will be featuring the sweet sounds of the Hot Buttered Rum String Band. Hot Buttered Rum String Band is a socially and environmentally conscious band which happens to own their own biodiesel tour bus. Hailing from the Bay area, Hot Buttered Rum is quickly establishing itself as "one of the finest young bluegrass bands around." From 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m., RtE volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp t-shirt.

  • 2004-04-28: Rock the Earth Celebrates Earth Day. In celebration of Earth Day, on Saturday, April 24, RtE will be participating in the City of Fort Collins, Colorado's Earth Day Celebration. From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., RtE volunteers will be available to answer your questions, tell you more about our efforts and plans and accept new memberships. All new memberships of $25 or more will receive a 100% organic cotton/hemp t-shirt.

  • 2004-04-19: New Environmental Advocacy and Education Organization For the Music Industry Goes Public

  • 2004-03-29: RtE Comments on Proposed Rule to Bypass Mandatory Review Process
    On March 29, 2004, RtE submitted comments to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, opposing their proposal to allow the U.S. EPA to conduct risk assessments which the U.S. Fish and Wildlife and National Marine Fisheries Services are required to conduct under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act. For more information or to view a copy of the letter, see the Projects page.

  • 2004-03-13: RtE Inaugural Membership Drive a Success!
    RtE held its inaugural membership drive on March 13, during a performance by the dynamic and up-and-coming Bay Area band, New Monsoon at Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO. During the drive, RtE successfully signed up 20 new members. Thank you to our friends in New Monsoon, Jay Bianchi at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom and SCI Ticketing.

  • 2004-03-05: Rockin' the Earth at a Mile High with New Monsoon!

  • 2004-02-28: We've Got Status! Rock the Earth is an official 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization! We received the official notice at the end of February, 2004. All contributions to our organization including membership fees are now tax deductible!
 
 
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