Earth Day takes place annually on April 22 and is a day to inspire taking action to protect the environment, make changes to human behavior, and unite globally to take better care of planet Earth.
Learn more about and celebrate Earth Day with these events, booklists, and online resources.
- April 19 - Gleaning: A Framework in our Food System
- April 15 at Lake Stevens Senior Center - Earth Day: Wilderness Survival Essentials
- April 18 at Sultan Library - Rock Talk with Washington Geological Survey
- April 18 at Stanwood Library - Day Hiking the Central Cascades with Craig Romano
- April 22 at Camano Island Library - Plants and Pollinators: BFFs
- April 22 at Camano Island Library - Sea Level Rise in Puget Sound
- April 22 at Community Resource Center of Stanwood-Camano - Food Forest Design for Homeowners - The Low Maintenance Edible Landscape
- April 29 at Clinton Community Hall - Gray Whales: From Baja to the Salish Sea
- April 29 at Camano Island Library - Make DIY Cat Tents from T-shirts
- April 29 at Mariner Library - Reusable Bag Design - Snohomish County Makerspace Drop-in
- Taking Care of Mother Earth
- Picture Books that Celebrate the Earth
- Earth Day for Preschoolers
- Wildlife Conservation
- Climate Change Fallout
- Planet Earth: Indigenous Knowledge
- Discover Washington’s State & National Parks
- Pacific Northwest Family Hikes
- GALE in Context: Global Issues – Learn more about the environment and climate change using this online resource that focuses on how issues impact the world.
- GALE in Context: Science – Explore Earth and environmental science with this online resource that has articles, videos, and science experiments.
Check Out Washington Discover Pass – Check out a Discover Pass for 7 days from your community library and visit lands managed by Washington State Parks, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, and Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife.