Earth Day | Restore Our Earth

A Month Long Celebration!

AFFEW has been working diligently to bring several safe community events to celebrate Earth Day 2021! We’ll begin with a five week Zoom presentation series starting April 6 that includes a wide range of topics. We’ll also have a fun presentation on Michigan native reptiles and amphibians, perfect for families! In addition we’ll offer some guided hikes locally and a self guided informational quiz walk at Cartier Park.

AFFEW Presentation Series

Watch ALL past presentations on our YouTube Channel

Tuesday, May 11 | Solar 101 | CANCELLED!!

We’re disappointed to report that Tuesday’s Solar 101 presentation has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances with the speaker. AFFEW’s board of directors will work to bring a presentation on this topic in the future. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. We hope you have enjoyed the other presentations and events that have taken place over the past five weeks in celebration of Earth Day!


Earth Day Celebration Goes VIRTUAL

Due to our concerns for the safety of the public and volunteers during Covid-19, AFFEW’s board of directors have cancelled the April 18 Earth Day Celebration.

Instead we have listed below several resources from organizations that will host virtual events to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. We can still make a difference as we stay home and be safe! 

Helpful websites to visit during this time:



Webinars & Podcasts:

Kids Websites & Podcasts:

10 Things YOU can do to make a difference in your home today and every day!

  1. Clean up your neighborhood, remembering social distancing.
  2. Go through your clothes or “things” and really reflect on what you use, need.
  3. Donate or give to someone when able to.
  4. Recycle metal?
  5. Reduce your use of items! Try to reduce plastics.
  6. Bake or make food from scratch, DIY lotions, etc
  7. Start composting, planning a native plant or vegetable garden.
  8. Eat vegetarian at least once a week.
  9. Plant a tree or two! (Contact Julia Chambers for free native tree seedlings)
  10. Use “green” supplies.