Let's Celebrate Our Planet

Earth Day is So Fun, We're Making it a Week!

April 19 - 25, 2021

April 19 - 25, 2021

Earth Day is so much fun, we're turning it into a whole week! Join us on Facebook Live for a new activity every day, starting on April 20th. Tune in to learn about birds, snakes, turtles, light pollution, and a whole lot more!

Is that not enough Earth for you? Check out some of our pre-recorded videos below to take your celebration to the next level!

Live Programs Schedule

TimeTue, Apr 20Wed, Apr 21Thu, Apr 22
(Earth Day!)
Fri, Apr 23
3:30 - 4:00 PMBob, the Turtle - Facebook Live
4:00 - 4:30 PMEarth Day Welcome - Earth Day History - Facebook LiveBird migrations – Michael Perez, Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge - Facebook LiveAmazing Race: Dirt Edition (Dallas Arboretum-Rory Myers Children’s Adventure Garden) - Facebook Live
4:30 - 5:00 PMBird Watching and Feeding (materials kit PDF) Log Cabin Village - Facebook LiveLights Out Texas - Leishawn SpottedBear- Facebook LiveSnakes/Drawing for prizes for scavenger hunt - Facebook Live
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Did You Know?

Earth Day is the world's largest secular celebration, with more than one billion people participating worldwide!

Support Provided By

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Pre-recorded videos

Earth Optimism videos

In 2020, tne Museum partnered with the Smithsonian Institution to empower teens to tell stories about the change they want to see in the world. These two videos were part of that project.

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Click here to view an introduction from the filmmaker!

Education resources with TRWD

Join the Tarrant Regional Water District to learn more about our local ecosystems!

This video has an accompanying student worksheets and lesson plans available. You can request them at: watersheds@trwd.com.

Learn more by visiting TRWD.

Would you like butterflies and hummingbirds to visit your yard or patio this summer? If so, join TRWD's Betsy Marsh to learn about some beautiful plants that you can easily grow in pots or flower beds to attract these amazing pollinators to your home.  

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