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Day 10 Attend an Earth Day Event:
Earth Day

Here are some of the Earth Day activities around the state that you and your family can attend to Celebrate Earth Day!

  • April 10 — ASUU Earth Fest
  • April 12 — Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge: Sense of Wonder Day
  • April 19 — Zion Canyon: 10th Annual Earth Day Celebration
  • April 19 — Bennion Center Earth Day Volunteer Event at Bend-in-the-River
  • April 19 — Alta Earth Day Fair
  • April 19 — Utah Museum of Fine Arts: Artful Afternoon for Families
  • April 19 — Ogden Nature Center: Earth Day Celebration
  • April 22 — Office of Energy Development
  • April 22 — SL County: Environmental Health Earth Day Festival
  • April 22 — TreeUtah: Community Tree Planting
  • April 26 — Draper City:  Earth Day Fair
  • April 26 — Utah’s Hogle Zoo:  Party for the Planet
  • April 26 & 27 — Earth Jam 2014 Music Festival
  • May 3 — 2014 Annual Live Green SLC! Festival

If there isn’t an organized event in your community today, you can create your own Earth Day event:

  • Pick up trash along your street or in a city park
  • Volunteer to participate in a local cleanup project
  • Remove brush and weeds from an elderly neighbor’s yard
  • Plant a tree or sign up with TreeUtah for a community tree-planting project
  • Clean up garbage or debris from a local waterway
  • Hold a yard sale or a clothing swap to encourage reuse of household items

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