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2014 Earth Day
Flagstaff Earth Day 2014
Earth Day 2013 was a huge success! The event kicked off with a successful community service filled-morning with 150 volunteers contributing 300 service hours to clean up 60 bags of litter. The afternoon event attracted over 1,600 attendees and 60 local organizations and vendors. Earth Day 2013 featured live performances from the Anam Cara Dixon Trio, Capoeira Amizade, Sambatuque, and Viola and the Brakemen. Sachmo's provided great local food and there were six free resourcefulness workshops including rainwater harvesting, bicycle safety and maintenance, worm composting, building better soil, pollinators, and foraging. 36 car seats were recycled and 15,132 lbs of electronic waste was recycled. 

We look forward to seeing you at Flagstaff Earth Day 2014 on Saturday, April 19, 2014! To register as a vendor, visit the registration form

Entertainment Schedule
Location: City Hall lawn
11:30 am - Capoeira Amizade and Sambatuque
12:30 pm - The Shiners
1:15 pm - Friends of Flagstaff's Future Fashion Show
2:00 pm - Viola and the Brakemen
3:00 pm - Anam Cara Trio

Workshop Schedule
Please let us know if you will be participating in a workshop by registering here: https://earthdayflagstaff.wufoo.com/forms/earth-day-2014-workshops/
Location: Under the solar panels in City Hall parking lot

11:30 am - Water Harvesting: Learn how to collect rainwater for use in and around your house.

12:30 pm - Backyard Chicken Keeping: Are you curious about how chickens can provide you with fresh eggs, fertilizer, and pest control? In this free one hour workshop, learn the basics of backyard chicken keeping including breeds and behavior, feeding and housing, local ordinances and more.

1:30 pm - Edible Landscaping: Edible landscaping is the use of food-producing plants in the landscape. Many trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants with edible parts can serve the same function as ornamentals, and can make a beautiful addition to your garden. We will discuss how to incorporate these plants into your landscape and talk about some of the native and non-native edibles that grow well in northern Arizona.

2:30 pm - Worm Composting: In this free one hour workshop, learn about the benefits of composting with worms. It’s easy, fun, odorless, and produces a great soil fertilizer! Workshop participants will learn how to house, feed, harvest, and care for their own worms. Participants will be entered to win a free worm bin!


Electronic Waste Recycling 
Location: Wheeler Parking Lot
11:30 am - 3:30 pm
Sponsored by E-Waste Harvesters and Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.


Car Seat Recycling
Location: Wheeler Parking Lot
11:30 am - 3:30 pm
Sponsored by Coconino County Public Health Services District.

Document Disposal
Location: Wheeler Parking Lot
11:30 am - 3:30 pm
Sponsored by SCA Tissue. Documents will not be disposed of on-site. They will be taken to SCA Tissue and pulped. 

Groups Attending - KAFF Radio, Yavapai Broadcasting, Friends of Flagstaff's Future, Northern Arizona Audubon Society, Sierra Club, The Nature Conservancy, Habitat for Humanity of Northern Arizona, Willowbend Environmental Education Center, Friends of the Rio de Flag, Flagstaff Biking Organization, Full Circle Trade and Thrift, The Arboretum, Museum of Northern Arizona, NAU Office of Sustainability, Lowell Observatory, Coconino Master Gardener Association, Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project, Electric Auto Association, Roots Composting, Rooftop Solar, Prometheus Solar, APS, Flagstaff STEM City, East Flagstaff Public Library, Flagstaff Liberty Alliance, Quality Connections, Life Drawing and Education, New Frontiers Natural Marketplace, Civitan Foundation, Association for Supportive Childcare, Friends of Flagstaff Northern Arizona Forests and Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff Area National Monuments, Coconino County Sustainable Building Program, Coconino Plateau Water Advisory Council, Coconino County Parks and Recreation, SCA Tissue, Coconino County Community Development, Coconino Democratic Party, Flagstaff Peace One Day, Wanowa Studio, Creative Reuse Center, Coconino County Stormwater Quality Division, Northern Arizona College Resources Center, NAU Community-based Action Research Teams, American Conservation Experience, American Conservation Corps, Local First Arizona, Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project, Probuild, CozyHome, Green NAU, Flagstaff Native Plant & Seed, Emma Gardner, Bike and Build, Radiance Solar/EMD.