Find out what local organizations are doing for Earth Day

We can’t gather together to celebrate Earth Day, but we can gather all our digital resources and events in one place. We have links to videos, movies, downloadable documents and live events below. There’s something for everyone to celebrate Earth Day in a way that makes sense for them. Share your Earth Day activities with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with #TucsonVirtualEarthDay. Let’s make this a great Virtual Earth Day!

Thanks to Tucson Electric Power for their sponsorship of Tucson Virtual Earth Day! 


Mrs. Green welcomes you to Tucson Virtual Earth Day

Chemistry is important to ensure our Earth is sustainable. Find out how with the Southern Arizona Section of the American Chemical Society.

Learn how Arizona Land and Water Trust is protecting Southern Arizona’s working landscapes and critical water resources. It’s a big job!

Arizona Project WET is all about teaching kids about water stewardship and STEM literacy. Be part of their Recharge the Rain Project for Earth Day.

Spend some time with Junior Docents in their backyards at noon, or join a conversation about some decidedly adult beverages at 5 pm. 

Be Kind to each other AND Be Kind to the Earth. Find out how to to be kind to nature with Ben’s Bells.

The Center for Creative photography will share on social media some social-distance-friendly activities inspired by images from their collection.

We have some fun Earth Day-themed videos to share. You can even check out our exhibit that’s all about the Sonoran Desert, Sense of Place.

El Grupo Youth Cycling encourages all riders to get on their bikes to celebrate Earth Day! Be sure to practice social distancing and wear a mask to protect yourself and others.

FHR creates lasting solutions to help individuals and families reach financial freedom through housing support, education, and partnership.

Join Local First Arizona for a virtual Earth Day Event from 5-7 pm featuring Calexico!

In honor of Earth Day week, The Loft Cinema is streaming Earth, a new documentary examining the impact of human activity on the natural world. 

Every day is Earth Day for Mrs. Green! Her site is teeming with information that will make you a better steward for our planet and a more thoughtful human.

Pima DEQ is always working to make sure our air is clean. Find out how you can help!

Join Reid Park Zoo and share your Earth Day efforts with then at their Party for the Planet!

SAACA and Tucson Botanical Gardens present a Virtual Reality painting experience with artist Ignacio Garcia. Facebook 360 video premier 4/22 @ 10am.

Sonoran Institute has an Earth-friendly activity you can do right in your own neighborhood.

SunWest Credit Union gets in the spirit of Earth Day with downloadable activities for kids!

Confused about recycling? Let the members at Sustainable Tucson explain it all – with music! You can also have fun with this coloring sheet.

Join a webinar at 12:30 pm on April 22 for an Earth Day Dialogue on local initiatives for environmental sustainability and climate justice. Register below.

Play the Sustainable Tucsonan game! Watch the Tucson Tips for Earth Day playlist and, check off what sustainable action you have taken, or will take this year on this form.

We need to protect our wild animals as well as the water and land they live on. Tucson Wildlife Center does this every day! Be a part of their mission with these fun activity pages.

The UArizona Poetry Center encourages you to express yourself on Earth Day. They have some lessons to encourage kids, or you can be part of an interactive online poem. 

The US Forest Service has so many great things for Earth Day. Videos, activities and more!

Learn how to be a good Earth steward right in your own back yard with Watershed Management Group.

Are you a park protector? Junior Rangers learn how to be great stewards of our National Parks with these great books from WNPA. 

Yume Japanese Gardens offers a quiet respite from busy lives – and will again when it reopens. To honor the garden, write a haiku as you enjoy the Earth today, and share it on FB.