Join the Minneapolis 2014 Earth Day Clean Up on Saturday, April 26 – It’s as simple as picking up trash

Screen Shot 2014-04-21 at 7.49.11 AMOur partners at Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and City of Minneapolis have provided Earth Day Sites that are convenient and do not require pre-registration.  Simply arrive at any site between 9:30 a.m.-noon. Check in at the registration table and a site coordinator will give you gloves (if needed), bags, and clear instructions! Roll up your sleeves, and get it lookin’ good in the hood! Find out more about clean up sites and how to get involved. 

Earth Day (April 22, 2014) Continues to Change the Map of Personal Practice and Public Policy

April 22, 1970 marked the beginning of a conscious movement of like-minded environmentally concerned people assembling to form the very first Earth Day. Larger than any other protests of it’s time, the numbers tell the story of a generation standing together streamlining the course of humanity in favor of the environment. 20 million people participated across the nation on that day with 10,000 in New York City alone gathered for concerts, lectures and rallies. 2,000 colleges and universities favored the pro – Earth celebration over the anti-war efforts for the day. By 2012, over one billion people in 192 countries took part in Earth Day festivities. Earth Day is credited for raising an awareness that has changed the map of both personal practice and public policy. Get more information on the history of Earth Day

Angie Hughes

Wood From the Hood produces high quality lumber and custom wood products recycled from the Twin Cities urban forest.

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