Celebrate Earth Month on the Eastside

Community, Thought Leadership,

It’s Earth Month! And while we like to think that we go above-and-beyond in the green space year-round here in Washington, we could all use a little more fresh air … and perhaps a couple energy-saver tips while we’re at it. 

Earth Month Events

Feeling Outdoorsy?

On April 20, which also happens to be the first day of National Park Week, entry is free for all of the National Parks! Lucky for you, we've got three drive-able Washington parks for you to check out. 

Similarly, April 22 is a Discover Pass Free Day, granting you access to state parks and Washington State Departments of Natural Resources and Fish & Wildlife lands. 

If you want to keep it a bit more local, check out Visit Bellevue's listing for outdoor recreation here.

Other Resources:

The City of Bellevue has a Clean Buildings Incentive Program — learn more about the program, check out their on-demand webinars, and see if you are eligible here. 

Our friends at the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks put together their own Earth Week 2024 guide, consisting of "Earth-friendly activities that can make a difference every day of the year."