Celebrate Earth Day 44 in One of America’s Most Environmentally Friendly Towns

A quick search on Wikipedia will give you a nice summary of Earth Day: “It is an annual day on which events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Earth Day is observed on April 22 each year. The April 22 date was designated as International Mother Earth Day by a consensus resolution adopted by […]
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A quick search on Wikipedia will give you a nice summary of Earth Day:

“It is an annual day on which events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Earth Day is observed on April 22 each year. The April 22 date was designated as International Mother Earth Day by a consensus resolution adopted by the United Nations in 2009.[1] Earth Day is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network,[2] and is celebrated in more than 192 countries every year.[3]

The Fort Bragg Difference

The residents of Fort Bragg think of environmental protection — from a GMO ban to organic food — as a year-around effort.

One look at the clean blue/green water crashing against cliffs outlined by crystal-clear blue skies will convince you that Fort Bragg is the place to be to celebrate Earth Day. This year, our local group, the Noyo Food Forest will actually celebrate Earth Day a few days late.

Seventh Annual Earth Day Festival – Saturday, April 27  DETAILS

Noyo Food Forest’s Seventh Annual Earth Day Festival is on Saturday, April 27 from noon to 5pm at the Fort Bragg High School Learning Garden, 300 Dana Street. This free fun family event supports our Farm to School program at Fort Bragg Unified School District.

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