10 Ways to Celebrate Earth-Day

Celebrate Earth Day by appreciating and respecting the natural world. Here are some ideas to inspire you this year.

Earth Day Activities and Ideas

Plant Something!

There's no better way to honor Earth than by assisting in the introduction of new, lush life into the planet, which helps to restore the balance toward sustainability. Plus, planting a tree or laying the foundation for a herb or flower garden may be a fun weekend project for the whole family! Don't be scared to get your hands dirty in the cause of helping to clean up the environment! Nick's Garen Center & Farm Market has a variety of hardy trees and shrubs to add to your outdoor space.

Clean Up Plastic in Your Neighborhood or Local Parks

Cleanups are one of the best ways to connect with the Earth! Take a walk with a garbage bag and assist in the cleanup of any plastic you come across. Perhaps you know of a trash-filled ditch that needs to be cleaned up this spring! You'll see that plastic is present in every facet of our life. But, as the world realizes its addiction to plastic, how easy is it to get rid of it while still growing and storing more of our own food? Remember to recycle as much plastic as possible. Here is a list of items that your should recycle.

Buy reusable bags

Americans use 100 billion plastic bags per year, and the production of these bags alone consumes around 12 million barrels of oil. Not to mention that they take up a lot of landfill space and pose a serious threat to marine life. Instead, invest in some extremely cute reusable shopping bags to use at the supermarket. You'll not only look good, but you'll also be good for the environment!


There's nothing like joining other like-minded people in a common job to truly feel like you're a part of Earth Day. If you have the time, there are numerous volunteer opportunities available. You can find a list of Earth Day activities in your area by searching the internet. You can help clean up a park or, if you have some spare time, organize a walk for a "green" organization to raise funds.

Ride your bike

Find transportation options that will help you lower your carbon impact while also getting you moving. The fewer cars on the road, the less carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere, contributing to global warming. One of the finest possibilities is to ride your bike or simply go for a walk.

Get together with friends and family

While you may be delighted to commemorate Earth Day and Earth Month, you may find that your family and friends are hesitant or unaware of the occasion. We encourage you to invite as many of your friends and family members as possible to participate in your Earth Month activities. With everyone participating, getting into the Earth Day mood will be a lot easier.

Make Earth Day inspired treats

Would you like a fantastic idea to get your kids involved in Earth Day and thrilled about it? By baking Earth Day-themed goodies with them! Make a day of it, and while you're cooking together, teach them all about sustainability.

Make some homemade bird feeders

This is yet another fantastic activity that you may do with your children or by yourself. Make some Homemade bird feeders, hang them up, and fill them with food for the wildlife in your neighborhood.

Conserve Water

The smallest details can make a significant effect. You're doing something positive every time you turn off the water while brushing your teeth or switch from plastic water bottles to tap water only.

Grab some energy-saving lightbulbs

Replacing all of your old, energy-intensive lightbulbs with energy-saving ones is a really simple approach to reducing your electricity consumption. Here is a list of the best energy-efficient light bulbs.