2022 Earth Day Celebration

Thank you all for joining us on Saturday, April 23, 2022! It was an exciting and fulfilling event. Take a look below for information about this past year's Earth Day Celebration. We look forward to seeing you all in 2023!

The event will kick-off at 9 am with a community cleanup hosted by Arizona Conservation Corps! 

Free breakfast and a great prize drawing for all our amazing volunteers! 

Community Clean Up

Celebrate this beautiful place by giving back! This community litter clean up will focus on the neighborhoods surrounding Bushmaster Park, to show our gratitude for our community members. Arrive by 8:45 am to sign-up, get some free breakfast, and have an opportunity to be entered into a prize drawing!

Arizona Conservation Corps will be leading the charge for this community service opportunity, please register at the following link as soon as possible!

 Community Service Sign Up Link (disabled until 2023)

Albert on Earth Day
NAIPTA - Earth Day - Flyer - PRINT READY

This Earth Day, Move Another Way

We encourage everyone attending this event to leave your personal vehicles at home and "Move Another Way". By walking, riding a bike, or taking public transportation you help reduce the impacts on the world around you. 

Stop by the Sustainability booth at the event and share your experience using one of these methods to be entered into a special prize drawing!

Share on your social media platform of choice and tag with #FLGMAW22!

Not sure which bus line to take? Follow this link to find out more about the new Mountain Line App!

Mountain Line is offering FREE bus transportation services on April 23, 2022 in celebration of Earth Day!

Join Free Workshops!

Throughout the day community organizations and groups will be hosting FREE and interactive workshops.

11:00 am--Electrification + Efficiency

What are the benefits of residential electrification? Join this demonstration to discover exciting technologies, shocking impacts to energy and usage costs, and discuss first-hand experiences with cold weather heat pumps.

12:00 pm--Rainwater Harvesting

This workshop will provide information on how to efficiently use water outside and how to maximize rainwater for a thriving landscape! Participants. Attendees will be put on the list to receive a Free 55 gallon rain barrel! 

Registration is now closed for this workshop.

1:00 pm--Flagstaff Composting 101

The who, what, where, and why of composting in your community! Join a local expert to discover the do', the don'ts, and resources for your home composting needs. Walk away with a better understanding of composting in Flagstaff and a counter-top compost bin!

Exhibits, Performances, and More!

The annual Earth Day Celebration typically hosts more than 50 local exhibitors, multiple live musical performances, and food trucks! 

Climate Action Scavenger Hunt

Kids at the event can participate in a Climate Action scavenger hunt. Pick-up a scavenger hunt card from the Youth Climate Advisory table, find the tables listed on the card, fill in the information required, and return it to where you picked it up. You are now entered into an hourly prize drawing!

E-Bike Demonstration

Discover the electrifying world of E-Bikes at this demonstration hosted by Absolute Bikes! Curious how E-Bikes work? Want to give one a test run? This is a great opportunity to explore your options.

Live Music!

Three wonderful local musical groups will be bringing their talent to help us celebrate in style throughout the event!

11:00 am---Jeremiah and the Redeyes fuses country, rock, blues, and folk styles. These "Delta Blues and Twangy Grooves" are sure to kick-off this celebration with some fantastic tunes!

12:00 pm---RuFF StuFF began making music in Flagstaff in 2019, their sound contains southwest surf rock elements and smooth bluesy undertones. This will be their first time playing at the Earth Day Celebration and we are excited to see them on our stage!

1:00 pm---Foxy Koshka is the joyful union of Vincent Z, known for his unique percussive Spanish guitar style, and Annette Morrison laying down the groove on acoustic bass. With mesmerizing vocal harmonies and a warm acoustic sound, they will take you on a journey around the globe with Latin grooves, toe-tappin' Swing, soulful Blues and bilingual ballads. 

Tunnel Fire Support - Accepting Donations at Earth Day

Let's support our neighbors affected by the Tunnel Fire at Earth Day! On Saturday, the Sustainability Office will have an info booth where you can donate in three different ways:

1. Item Donation

We will be collecting items for the Salvation Army.
  • -Various size clothes (men, women, and children sizes)
  • Personal care/hygiene items
  • Blankets and bedding
  • Animal needs: Cat litter, paper towels, blankets, dish soap, flat sheets

2. Time Donation

We will be signing community members up to volunteer with United Way of Northern Arizona's volunteer hub to help those affected by the fire.


3. Money Donation

We will have a donation table at the info booth for the United Way of Northern Arizona. 

Learn more here.

For More Information

Email Steven Thompson or call at 928-213-2144.