Green Columbus has been organizing Earth Day volunteer events and celebrations for over a decade. Earth Day is a great way to give back, and there are dozens of Earth Day volunteer opportunities during Earth Day Columbus 2021 celebration throughout April!
The service opportunities will be happening across central Ohio with thousands of volunteers working together to make our communities greener and cleaner. Plant trees, pick up litter, work in public gardens and parks, or pick one of many other opportunities to do your part!
The Earth Day love starts off with a free virtual film festival!
SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival inspires environmental activism and a love for nature–through film. Green Columbus shares an urgent call with Wild & Scenic to action, encouraging festival-goers to learn more about what they can do to participate in Earth Day Columbus to save our threatened planet. Viewings start at 7pm March 25th and can be viewed anytime through March 31st.
After enjoying the film festival, sign up for some volunteer opportunities, and/or commit to beautifying the Earth in your own way!
While the Earth Day fun typically wraps up with a fun celebration festival with Green Columbus, at this time, it’s tba for 2021.
Want more Earth Day fun? Find a big list of Earth Day celebrations and freebies here!
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