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Earth Day

12th Annual
Earth Day Celebration
"Let's go Green"
April 9, 2016

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community's Community Development Department and its Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Division would like to invite you to our 12th Annual Earth Day Celebration on Saturday April 9, 2016.

This Earth Day Celebration will be more like last year and will mostly take place at the Two Waters Buildings and Courtyard Area where we will have fun activities for the whole family, regardless of age. As always we will be serving free lunch to all participants. We will have the Environmental Fair filled with learning activities, games, service projects, and family focused activities for all ages. We will be having a major planting project at the old Beeline Drag Way area to return the land back to nature.

We hope to see you on Saturday, April 9, 2016. Let's join together on this day to celebrate and learn how we can make our Earth a better place to live!

The Earth Day Celebration will be held in the courtyard of the Two Waters Tribal Government Complex: 10005 E. Osborn Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85256. Save the Date! SATURDAY APRIL 9TH, 2016, 8:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.

Thank you to all of the sponsors for the continued support during our Earth Day events.

For more information please feel free to contact the CDD-EPNR hotline by email at EPNR@srpmic-nsn.gov or call (480) 362-7500.

2016 Earth Day Promotional Video - "Let's Go Green"

View the Earth Day Video below and feel free to browse our photo gallery of past activities.

History of Earth Day

Earth Day is celebrated nationally and globally on April 22. Each year marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. There are many celebrations throughout the Valley. Earth Day events help to increase awareness of natural resources utilized and required for a holistic livelihood. Learn more about the history of Earth Day from History.com ...

Other Earth Day Events

For a list of other Earth Day events and for further information and resources, visit the Earth Day Network web site.