Fans attending Saturday’s baseball game at Safeco Field will get a chance to hit a home run for the environment, thanks to a partnership between Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), BASF, EcoSafe and the Seattle Mariners.
To celebrate Earth Day, the first 10,000 attendees of the April 21st game between the Seattle Mariners and the Chicago White Sox will receive a “kitchen catcher” – featuring a container and compostable bags to collect and carry their household food scraps to their curbside food and yard waste carts. The kitchen catchers will also feature tips on how to compost at home as well as coupons for compostable bags and bags of garden compost.
Learn more at seattle.govWeekly Tips | April 23, 2012
We all make choices every day about what we reuse, recycle, compost or throw away. Why not make Earth Day an every day event by considering the immediate and cumulative impact of our choices on the health of the environment? Click below for more on how to have a lasting positive impact.
Cougar Mountain Zoo will be buzzing with fun and earth friendly activities on April 20th and 21st, from 9:30 to 5:00pm.
If you've ever regreted an impulse purchase or found yourself staring down the barrel of buyer's remorse, there's a much better approach to self-reproach. This Earth Day, concider conscious consumption. Think before you buy and Mama Earth will thank you!
Courtesy of the Shoreline Patch - Here are some eco-friendly ways to celebrate Earth Day any day...
Founded in 1970 in the U.S. as a day of education about environmental issues, Earth Day is now a globally celebrated holiday. More than one billion people in 192 countries will observe the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day, according to the Earth Day Network.
Although Earth Day is a great reminder to be environmentally conscious, there are plenty of simple ways you can celebrate the earth all year long. Here are just 10 ways you can be eco-friendly long after Earth Day is over:
Save the date for the second annual citywide “Keep Issaquah Beautiful Day”, Saturday, April 26, from 9am-2pm. Volunteers - both groups and individuals - are needed to spend a couple of hours making a difference in our community. If you can pick up litter, push a broom, swing a shovel or plant some flowers, your help is needed. There are jobs for all ages and abilities and flexible schedules to get the work done.
Celebrate Earth Day and be inspired to make a difference throughout the year.
Date: Saturday, April 18, 2015
Time: 9am to 3pm
Location: Shoreline Central Market
A 32 foot long whale constructed from 9,000 plastic bags has migrated to Shoreline Community College. The whale is being presented in support of SCC's Earth Week programming themed, "The Ethis of Place."