Earth Day Celebrations in Tucson!

Earth Day Celebrations in Tucson!

Earth Day is just around the corner and to celebrate the advent of the environmental movement in the 1970’s, here are a variety of ways to get out and show your support for Mother Nature!


1. Tucson Earth Day Festival

When:Saturday, April 21, 2018   10AM – 2PM

Where: Children’s Museum Tucson, 200 S 6th Ave

A community celebration of the environment! Probably the biggest Tucson celebration is the Tucson Earth Day Festival. The event hosts dozens of vendors and organizations geared toward having a positive impact on our world and natural areas all around AZ and beyond. For more information check our their site at:


2. March for Clean Energy on Earth Day

When: Saturday, April 21, 2018   9:30AM – 11AM

Where: Children’s Museum Tucson, 200 S 6th Ave (start) – TEP Building (end)

This Earth Day, let’s show them that Tucson stands for healthy air, clean water, and renewable energy! Supporters will rally at the Children’s Museum at 9:30 a.m. and march to TEP around 10:15 a.m. For meet-up details, please RSVP here:


3. Earth Day at Kartchner Caverns State Park

When: Saturday, April 21, 2018   10AM – 4PM

Where: Kartchner Caverns State Park

You’re invited to join Kartchner Caverns for Earth Day 2018! Come out for a day of fossils, feathers, and ferns (and of course other plants)! This year we are also offering a chance to get hands on experience in cave restoration! To sign up for this opportunity, click the following link:


4. Earth Day Clean Up Hike!

When: Sunday, April 22, 2018   9AM

Where: CrossFit 520 – 3311 N. Chapel Ave., Tucson, Arizona 85716

In honor of Earth Day come help CrossFit 520 leave less of an impact by joining us for a community clean up/ hike. We will be choosing a popular trail or wilderness area and will clean up as a group.


5. Earth Day Urban Expedition 

When:Saturday, April 21, 2018   9AM – 12PM

Where: Mission Garden: Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace – 946 W Mission Ln, Tucson, AZ 85745

Last, but certainly not least – join us this Earth Day as our Ironwood Tree Experience interns share their 3-month stewardship experience and connect you to Tucson’s history Culture and Ecology!

Learn more about the program here: