The City of Beverly Hills will be celebrating the18th Annual Earth Day event at Farmer's market on Sunday, April 25th. Earth Day 2021- Information Flyer
The Public Works department will have a booth with information about the City's sustainability efforts, free compost giveaway, and free shredding services for the community take part of on that day. In addition the Earth Day Celebration on April 25th, the City will be participating in month long activities during the month of April. So check back often to see how you can take part in Earth Day celebrations.
Earth Day Celebration Events:
- April 1st - "Let's Talk Trash" Three guest speakers will talk about zero waste, plastic pollution, and the food waste crisis and prevention. Sign up through this Eventbrite link .
- "Clean City, Green City" Here - join us for a virtual cleanup where volunteers can safely clean up plastic and trash pollution on their own time, in whichever location they prefer. Volunteers will have the option of submitting photos of the trash collected and the first 100 volunteers registered will have a tree planted for them. The cleanup will take place during the entire month of April for "Earth Month.
- The City is partnering with West Hollywood in promoting their free virtual symposium called Urban Forestry & Biodiversity: Urban Environments in Concert with Nature, which will bring community members together with experts on the natural and built environment. The symposium will take place on Saturday, April 24, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. via Zoom and it will explore the topics of urban forestry and biodiversity. Advance registration is required via Zoom by visiting https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HmMx-GlPQBu4Gr7quqCKWg.
- Earth Day Virtual Art and Video contest please visit Virtual Art and Video Contest. Contest is open now and ends on Sunday, April 25th.
- Earth Day Celebration at Farmer's Market, free shredding and compost give away on Sunday, April 25th, 2021 from 9 am to 12 pm.
For inquiries regarding Earth Day and how you can celebrate Earth Day at home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Public Works Staff at 310-285-2467. #BHEarthDay