Earth day is April 22nd! Join Pathfinder and people all over the world in honoring the earth.
Earth day was first celebrated in 1970 following an oil spill off the coast of Southern California. This event brought attention to the need for a day to celebrate and care for the earth.
Find a way to get involved:
Earth Day at The Living Desert – This event will offer fun and exciting activities for the entire family. Bring a recyclable item and trade it for a native plant grown at The Living Desert. For more information contact 760-346-5694.
Eco-Station Children’s Earth Day - Encourage children to become “green” at this all-day children’s festival. There will be live entertainment, food, games, vendors, and educational activities for children.
California Citrus State Historic Park
Earth Day Glean and Clean Event - Join your community in citrus tree planting, grove gleaning and clean up along with other earth friendly activities! Free parking for Volunteers. Registration starts at 8 am at the Visitor Center. Cost: Free
Or use this link to find an event:
You don’t have to wait until earth day to celebrate the earth…. Start now!
- Conserve water at home
- Plant native wildflowers to help our butterflies and bees
- Turn off the lights when you leave a room
- Save your leftover food to eat again later
- Use both sides of the paper before you recycle it
- Clean up trash in your neighborhood
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