April 22 is Earth Day!
The first Earth Day was celebrated April 22, 1970, and each year since Camp Fire has celebrated the day through service and advocacy. Caring for nature is part of our DNA. Our founders knew that learning about and caring for our planet is essential. Over 100 years later, we are still holding true to that commitment. This year, our daily lives may look different due to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue our dedication to caring for the natural world.
We have created dozens of resources for youth and their families to use while they shelter in place. Today we are adding a few more! Here are three guides to help you celebrate Earth Day:
Join these online events to see how people are celebrating Earth Day across the country.
Use this guide to learn more about advocacy and outreach efforts related to Earth Day.
Here is a collection of activities designed to get you outside.
Don’t forget to check out the dozens of resources we have for you while you shelter in place!