Earth Day 2018 is on Sunday April 22nd this year! Here at KTB, we’ve been celebrating all week long and even asked our social media followers to join us in pledging to #KeepTXBeautiful.
Earth Day and the entire month of April is dedicated to Mother Earth and keeping her clean and pollution free. We offer a number of ways to get involved and help keep the Earth beautiful. One of the best places to start is our Find An Affiliate page. Here, you can find the affiliate organization nearest you and reach out to learn about upcoming events and local initiatives. Another great resource is our Events Calendar, where you can find a list of all the upcoming cleanups and events. Getting involved in any clean-up event near you is a wonderful way to keep your community beautiful during Earth Month.
All across Texas, events and clean-ups are happening to celebrate the Earth. Keep Texas Beautiful is exhibiting at the worlds largest environmental experience, EarthX in Dallas, Texas April 20-22.
Check out our list below of other great events celebrating Earth Day happening all throughout Texas.
Earth Day ATX: Saturday April 21st from 12pm-7pm at Huston-Tillotson University
Join thousands from the Austin area to learn about conservation and sustainable solutions and celebrate our love for the environment! Learn more about the event by clicking here.
Earth Day ATX is postponed for another day.
Austin Give 5: Friday, April 21st at participating businesses
This one-day, city-wide fundraiser is held each year in honor of Earth Day. On the Friday before Earth Day, 217 Austin-area business locations will be donating 5% of their sales to a fund which will be equally distributed to nine environmental nonprofits working to preserve our local environment. Check out the participating businesses here!
Austin Nature Day: Saturday April 21st at Austin Nature and Science Center from 9am-noon
Come out to Austin Nature Day where families can build ephemeral art, enjoy a hike in the preserve, paint with an animal and craft using recycled materials.
EarthX: April 20-22nd at Fair Park
This three day event takes place in Dallas, Texas and features indoor and outdoor events to celebrate the Earth. There are activities for kids as well as educational panels, speaker forums and film series for adults. Check out their website here and learn about the ways you can get involved today!
Earth Day Houston: Sunday April 22nd from 12pm-6pm at Discovery Green
Come out the Earth Day Houston to learn about Earth preservation and participate in fun activities for adults and children.
Earth Day Bash: Saturday April 21st from 10am-2pm at the Children’s Museum of Houston
Explore nature’s creations, discover ways to make a difference, and practice protecting the planet we call home at Earth Day Bash!
San Antonio, Texas:
Earth Day San Antonio: Saturday April 21st from 10am-3pm at Woodlawn Lake Park
Come learn how to protect and nourish the earth through live demonstrations, activities, and workshops on water conservation, home energy efficiency and more! To learn more about the event and how to get involved click here.
Other Helpful Resources:
- Our Earth Day Pinterest board is full of ideas to celebrate Earth Day. It has crafts for kids as well as treats and Earth-saving ideas!
- Take a peak at this helpful article, written by Real Simple, about easy and meaningful ways to make a difference this Earth Day. We can start living green in our homes, our offices, bathrooms and more!
- Look into the Earth911 website for insightful ways to think about the planet. Learn how to reduce your carbon footprint, save water, start tiny living and more!
- Look into the resources page on our website to find local, statewide and national ways to help the environment.
Helping the Earth isn’t limited to just Earth Day or even just Earth Month! We all need to work every day to save water or recycle; even the smallest act can make a difference. Get involved this Earth Day in a city near you and practice the tips you learn throughout the year! Working together to make the Earth a better and cleaner place can start on Earth Day and continue year round!