Earth Day 2015

. April 1, 2015.
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Initiated in 1970 by Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson, Earth Day has become a globally recognized event geared toward teaching the masses, especially younger generations, about complex environmental issues and how humans can positively interact with nature. Ann Arbor celebrates its 44th annual Earth Day Festival at the Leslie Science & Nature Center with guided hikes, live music, green building technology demonstrations, and sustainability talks on water use and local agriculture. View displays and presentations from over 40 environmental, non-profit, and governmental organizations, and join the conversation about caring for Mother Earth.

Noon to 4 pm, Sunday, April 19, Leslie Science & Nature Center, 1831 Traver Road, Ann Arbor.

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