Researchers at Stanford are working to better understand our changing earth and the people living within it. Earth Day 2019 is an opportunity to reflect on what we’ve learned about the health and future of the planet and make strides to investigate new ideas and solutions to the most pressing environmental challenges.
Follow us on twitter @StanfordWoods for #Earthday2019 posts and information on recent work and events that promote environmental understanding. The theme for 2019 is “Protect our Species”. Learn more about Stanford’s environmental research involving pikas, caterpillars, and other species in our 2018 Year in Review and check out events on and off campus supporting environmental awareness this Earth Day:
April 18 | 5pm-9pm | Earth Day Dinner | Arrillaga Family Dining Commons
Stanford Dining chefs will prepare an amazing menu highlighting our farm partners. There will also be seed planting, eco-crafts and more fun in store.
April 22 | 11am-1pm | Sustainable Stanford: Earth Day Service Event
Support water conservation and native biodiversity on campus during an Earth Day service event. Volunteers can support native habitats in the foothills or drought tolerant landscaping in the Arizona cactus garden.
Off Campus Celebrations
April 13 | 9am-1pm | Palo Alto Earth Day and Great Race for Saving Water
The Great Race for Saving Water is a family-friendly 5K and 10K fun run/walk, kids dash, and Earth Day festival.
April 20 | 11am-7pm | Earth Day San Francisco
Talks, demos, and workshops will go throughout the day with topics including conservation, climate change, recycling, and the intersection of politics, technology, and the environment.
April 20 | 11am-3pm | Mountain View Earth Day!
Complimentary lunch, panels, art workshop for kids, Stanford's 90 minute electric vehicle class, and more!
For more Earth Day events around the Bay Area, please click here.