Western North Carolina is a beautiful place, and its people have a special connection to our mountains and the rivers and streams that flow from their pristine headwaters and wind their away around our villages, towns and cities. This love of earth and planet is deep, and it binds us to the fates and fortunes of people, plants and animals everywhere.
That’s why Western North Carolina is celebrating Earth Day throughout the entire month of April by coming together to act locally and think globally. This year, local community and environmental groups have teamed up to offer a myriad of virtual and socially distanced service opportunities, workshops, educational events, and celebrations.
All of these opportunities to connect with your environment have been collected into an interactive bingo card for you to explore. Make sure to track any activities you engage with, and for every row or column of activities that you complete you can be entered to win a swag bag from the participating environmental groups!