It may sound trite or boastful, but truly – every day is Earth Day for us.
We are not just here to sell plants. We have a deep love and respect for plants and their roles in everything from making life on Earth possible for us humans and so many other life-forms, down to the minute details of their wondrous adaptations, behaviors and forms. We want to share all this with you,
so you will be as much in love as we are, and so you will appreciate plants and all their partners and allies in the soil and the air as the miracles they really are. We know that love and appreciation bring forth curiosity, inspiration, and generosity, which can manifest in positive actions of all kinds – from nurturing gardens, to making art, to taking action on behalf of Life and Health on Earth. And we want you to be successful, so we are here to provide you with the plants, products, information and advice, books, and classes to increase your success.
This Sunday, April 22nd is designated as Earth Day. Here are a few links to some of the numerous celebrations and activities you and your family might enjoy.
The Joanna Macy Center for Resilience and Regeneration at Naropa University is hosting a not-to-be missed series of Earth Justice events this week.
Plant trees with Yellow Barn Farm, One Tree Planted and Agroecology Research for their Earth Day/Action Day.
For other Front Range events, check these links: