Annual awards celebrate local environmental action.
Let's celebrate individuals, groups, and businesses in the community who go above and beyond to protect the environment!
Have you met an educator that's passionate about the Earth? What about a group that's committed to restoring the environment through native planting? Anyone you know taking action to clean up Kitsap? There are many ways people join the effort to restore our Earth.
Earth Day 2021 is on April 22nd. Kitsap County Public Works and the Board of County Commissioners want to recognize Kitsap’s outstanding environmental stewards. We need your help to do it!
Complete the nomination form by March 28, 2021 to tell us who you are nominating, and why they deserve an Earth Day Award.
The Kitsap County Board of County Commissioners will celebrate Earth Day Award Winners at a virtual award ceremony.
183 local individuals, businesses, and groups have received Earth Day Awards from Kitsap County Public Works since 1993.
The first Earth Day began in 1970 and is credited with launching the modern environmental movement which led to landmark environmental laws, including the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Acts. This year, on Earth Day's 51st anniversary, the world turns its attention toward climate change with the global climate summit.
There are diverse ways to get involved in this year's Earth Day efforts if you're interested. Become an Earth Day partner and host your own event with the Earth Day toolkit. Get involved in the Canopy Project to plant trees, advocate for climate literacy, learn about sustainable food practices, and much more at Earth Day 2021.
Lauren Liming | Program Coordinator
Kitsap County Solid Waste Division
Solid Waste | kcowa.us/earthday
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