COMMUNITY TAKING CARE
Earth Day Nature Walk
This week, in honor of Earth Day, CPEJ would like to invite families to celebrate its 50th anniversary by going on a nature walk. We’re part of a community of over 1 billion people who are finding ways to celebrate this holiday. Let’s not let COVID-19 stop us this year. Time as a family outdoors, breathing in the fresh air and taking in the beautiful sights, is not only restorative, but it can also be a powerful bonding experience. Nature brings us together, and, as we come together, we are reminded of our responsibility to protect nature and to be good stewards of its resources. Be sure to wear a mask or face covering and to maintain social distancing. Use the links below to help you plan your family nature walk.
Links listed below:
Earth Day Live
Join millions of people for three days of climate action, including teach-ins, musical performances, speakers, and divestment actions. There will be a 72-hour live stream with presenters and participants from across the country. Check out the impressive list of speakers and performers, and RSVP for the livestream here and learn about what New York City is doing here.
Project Tree: 12 Nature Walk Activities for Earth Day
Nature Poems: https://poets.org/text/nature-poems-kids