Earth Day 2012
There's no better way to celebrate Earth Day this April 22 than by volunteering at a local, state, or national park. Opportunities abound—many parks offer fun and rewarding ways to get involved on this special day.
Below are resources to help you find Earth Day events and ongoing volunteer jobs near you. Don't be shy—the planet needs you!
Check out the National Park Service to learn about Earth Day volunteer opportunities at national parks. It’s a great time to visit: admission is free to all 397 parks during National Park Week, April 21–29.
Attend an EPA Earth Day event
Discover festivals and volunteer events through the Environmental Protection Agency’s Earth Day page.
Volunteer Match can help you find fun volunteer opportunities in your community. To find Earth Day events, simply enter your location and “Earth Day” in the search box.
Join forces with The Trust for Public Land in our fight to conserve land for people. For every $1 donated, we save $5 worth of land.
Happy Earth Day!