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A Seed Japan

Hey, we know that you can't just plant a tree and call yourself an environmentalist, it's the mundane, every day stuff that really counts. And at Fuji Rock, as well as other festivals such as Asijiri Jam, no one does it better than A Seed Japan who brought 300 volunteers to man recycling bins throughout the festival grounds. It wasn't always easy sorting garbage and picking up after megasets by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but this group of volunteers are our "rockstars" and

seed2.jpgthey did a remarkable job keeping the festival clean, or, at least guilting everyone into putting their beer cups into recylcing bins. We thank them, nature thanks them for being at Fuji Rock for the past 8 years.