Earth Day 2020

Celebrate what makes Washington great!

We're helping Washingtonians celebrate Earth Day, which also happens to be our birthday!

To help everyone celebrate Earth Day while honoring the Governor's Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, we're sharing more than two dozen Earth Day prompts people can do in and around their homes. 

You can join us between April 16 – 22 to celebrate Earth Day! Follow the prompts below and find more on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

You can learn more about our history and what we’ve accomplished in the first half-century on our 50th  celebration page.

How many flowering plant species are there? There are about 2.5 million flowering plant species in the world. Find some in your neighborhood and share your pictures on Facebook.

What's out your window? Deer? Birds? Wildlife and people alike need healthy air, land, and water to thrive. Share pictures of wildlife out your window with us on Facebook

How much do you know about the threat plastic pollution poses to oceans and marine creatures? Take the Earth Day quiz!

Pollinators are essential to the environment. They pollinate two-thirds of the world’s crop species. Plant for pollinators this season. Learn what to plant in the PNW

We protect land, air, and water in four regions across the state. Each region is unique in its own right. In this video, we take a look at the diversity of the Southwest region that stretches from the Olympic Peninsula to the Columbia River.