Happy Earth Day 2022

As we face an accelerating climate crisis, and many other challenges affecting our dear Mother Earth today, the message of Earth Day is as important as ever.

Join the celebration of our great planet by planting a tree, exploring the city’s mountain parks or by participating in a local event.

Here is a fantastic list from the City of Boulder  of local events and celebrations to get involved in climate action today and every day! 


Cool Boulder

Join in a community-wide effort to implement natural climate solutions. Cool Boulder is mobilizing and supporting our community to regenerate our soils, trees, and habitats for a resilient community, climate and future.  Sign up to join an action team or become a community resource specialist.

 

Spring Fest and Earth Day Celebration with Jeff and Paige

Bring the family to the Sombrero Marsh Environmental Education Center for fun activities led by Thorne Nature Experience educators and a performance by kid-favorites, Jeff and Paige.  Learn more and register for the free event online.

 

Ride Boulder BCycle for Free

April 22 through 24, get free access to Boulder BCycle. Enjoy unlimited 60-minute e-bike trips with your 3-Day Weekend Pass. To get the pass, download the  BCycle App  and select Bosch Earth Day Pass.

 

Tree Planting throughout the spring and at the Columbia Cemetery

Even though they’re not having Earth Day-specific events, the city’s Forestry team in the Parks and Recreation Department is focused on sustainability by planting trees! Approximately 400 trees in city parks and public street rights-of-way, at both residential and commercial sites, will be planted this spring.

The team is also working with Flatirons Elementary School to plant 10 trees at Columbia Cemetery on April 29 as part of their Arbor Day events.

 

Resource Central

Celebrate our planet with Resource Central and Eco-Cycle at 6400 Arapahoe Ave from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tour Resource Central’s renovated reuse facility, get inspired for your summer DIY projects, and rock out to local bands. There will also be food and free family activities to enjoy.  Check out Resource Central’s website for more information and  RSVP on Facebook.

 

Community Cycle’s Bicycle Film Festival

Watch a series of short, international films that celebrate the bicycle. The festival will also feature panel discussions about cycling topics, local food and drink, and the opportunity to chat about biking with other Boulderites.  Learn more and purchase tickets.

 

Community Calendar

Access the  Boulder.Earth community calendar  for even more ways to get involved.

 

Looking for something you can do yourself?

If these events aren’t the right fit for you, access  the city’s guide to climate action. There, you’ll find ideas on how to live a more sustainable life and create positive change for our climate.

 

Happy Earth Day!

 

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