Earth Day South Sound
The South Sound is gathering for trees.
No, not in person right now, due to recent restrictions around the COVID-19 pandemic. But singly, online and eventually in person, the South Sound community is coming together to celebrate, plant and care for trees in honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day – all year long.
It’s called Earth Day South Sound.
For Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, organizations around the country are mobilizing for deep, broad actions that will have lasting impact on issues like preservation of species, protecting the climate and mitigating pollution.
Led by a broad coalition of partners, Earth Day South Sound has the goal of nothing less than a healthy tree for every child in Pierce County – and to engage the whole community in caring for nature.
Partners include the Metro Parks Tacoma (including Point Defiance Zoo and Northwest Trek), City of Tacoma, Tacoma Tree Foundation, Pierce Conservation District, Pierce County Parks, Tacoma Public Utilities, Puyallup Watershed Initiative, South Sound Together and Earth Day Northwest. Other participating organizations include the City of Puyallup, the University of Washington Tacoma and MultiCare.