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Earth Day 2018

We live in one of the most beautiful places in the United States - mountains, prairies, lakes, rivers, and Puget Sound - all in our backyard. We want to preserve what we have, and possibly make it better. Let's celebrate what we've done, learn what we can do, and share what we know.

Through Mother's Day, May 13th, Thurston Regional Planning Council will be highlighting plans, projects, and events that show how our region is making Every Day, Earth Day. Bookmark this page and check back often to find out what's going on in our backyard.
Sustainable Thurston Report Card
Today's Forecast: SUNNY, future looks bright. That's what the Sustainable Thurston Report Card says about how we're doing in keeping our air clean and healthy. This and other goals are being tracked in this progress report for the region.

Don’t stop believin’. Hold on to that feelin’ … and the latest copy of Journeys — a TRPC newsletter that highlights new bike lanes, sidewalks and other active-transportation projects in the Thurston Region.

Climate Adaptation
We share one planet but many climate solutions. Read TRPC’s Thurston Climate Adaptation Plan to learn what you can do to prepare for bigger storms, deeper droughts, and other climate impacts.

Earth Day Events - Saturday, April 21, 2018

City of Olympia
Earth Day Stewardship Event
10:00 am
Priest Point Park

City of Tumwater
Annual Earth Day Service Project
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tumwater Historical Park

City of Lacey
Earth Day Work Day
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Wonderwood Park

Intercity Transit
Earth Day Market Ride
Various times
Various locations

Other Related Events

2018 Thurston County Bicycle Commuter Challenge
Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31, 2018

Bike to Work Day
Thursday, May 17, 2018

TRPC undertakes a variety of planning projects as part of the Council's annual work program as well as on contract with local jurisdictions in Thurston County. This area of our website showcases current projects.