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EcoFest 2015

ENCINITAS — For the first time ever, EcoFest was held at the Leichtag Foundation Ranch on Sunday. It was the ninth year of the event, which began in 2007, and is usually held at Cottonwood Creek Park. The event was a hub for learning about the environment, conservation and sustainability.

From left: Jim Farley of the Leichtag Foundation, County Supervisor Dave Roberts, Encinitas Mayor Kristin Gaspar and Dave Ahlgren of the EcoFest. Photo by Tony CagalaPeyton Gaspar, left, and Addison Gaspar, daughters of Encinitas Mayor Kristin Gaspar do some hula-hooping at the EcoFest. Photo by Tony CagalaDane Benich finds a new way to use a hula-hoop at the EcoFest in Encinitas on Sunday. Photo by Tony CagalaSteve Allen sends large bubbles into the sky for youngsters to try and catch. Photo by Tony CagalaChristopher Salazar looks to engage attendees of EcoFest about electric vehicles. Photo by Tony CagalaFood gets cooked by solar power at EcoFest on Sunday. Photo by Tony CagalaKelly Peters of the Rancho Coastal Humane Society with Milo, a 2-month-old dacshsund-Jack Russell Terrier mix who is part of the foster care program and is available for adoption. Photo by Tony CagalaNixon Roesink, left, with Ember Meyer in their best costumes for the EcoFest costume parade. Photo by Tony CagalaPreston Crisp, left, and John Davison of Carlsbad’s Off the Track Brewery at the beer garden at the EcoFest in Encinitas. Photo by Tony CagalaAlex Polito rides a bike attached to a blender mixing smoothies. Photo by Tony Cagala

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