How to Host an Earth Day Celebration


| 3/16/2017 10:04:00 AM


Tags: community building, Earth Day, events, environmental education, California, Evan Marks,

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Earth Day is a unifying gathering that brings together all walks of life to celebrate our planet, activate change, and work together to build an abundant future. It’s a celebration of community and the environment around us. And for us at The Ecology Center, there is no better place to gather together and give back to the community than the garden!

Ready to dig in? Follow this step-by-step to bring Earth Day to life in your own community.

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 1. Align Earth Day to your Existing Efforts

 Earth Day is an opportunity to illuminate existing eco educational initiatives. Invite local schools, gardens, and community members to join together for hands-on workshops, nourishing meals, and gardening.

2. Choose a Garden




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