Earth Week Events

Earth Week Proclamation
What is Earth Week?

Earth Week is a community celebration filled with events, marches, films, rallies, programs, music, and field trips. An exciting opportunity to engage with one another and collectively explore action & ideas for the future of our planet, locally and globally. The release of the official City of Prescott's 2021 Earth Day Declaration has finally arrived, so join us in learning & leading our way to brighter tomorrow!

#PrescottEarthWeek #dothemostandcompost #EarthDay2021

Earth Week 2021 is HAPPENING!

For community safety reasons, Earth Week 2021 will be a hybrid event, with both in-person and online activities!

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Family Birding Week

Join the fun in this inaugural Earth Week event hosted by Educational Expeditions! Witness and learn about the beauty of your local bird populations, spend quality time with loved ones, and be entered in a raffle for a chance to win awesome prizes!

Earth Week Schedule

Sunday, April 18th @ 3pm
Intersection of Faith and Care for Mother Earth

A poignant presentation led by NAZCCA board member, Patrick Grady.  Short video: “Love letters to the Earth” courtesy of Arizona Interfaith Power & Light.

A video podcast hosted by NAZCCA board member, Dr. Frances Reimer. Interview and Q & A with Reverend Patty Willis from the GPUUC in Prescott AZ.

Click Here to register for the zoom webinar.

Have questions?

Ask Patrick Grady at

Monday, April 19th @ 6pm
FoodPrints & NAZCCA Veg Pledge Challenge!

This event is focused on food and our environment! We will examine the impact of various food choices, including food-waste. We will spotlight a high-flavor, low-impact Burger:  Smoky Braised Tempeh with a helping of environmental awareness.

A PowerPoint cooking demo with Chef Molly Beverly from Prescott Slow Foods.

Click Here to register for the zoom webinar.

Have questions? Ask Kari Hull at

Tuesday, April 20th @ 1pm
Nest’an: Reconnecting through the preservation and promotion of Indigenous foods

Special presentation on how indigenous knowledge is reconnecting the Yavapai and Apache people to the land through food sovereignty and how this plays a crucial role in creating a self- sustaining tribal community for future generations.


Angel Martinez -  Camp Verde Yavapai-Apache Nation; The Garden of Life, food security and reclamation

Thomasene Cardona - Yavapai-Apache Nation tribal citizen; Community Leader

Amanda Honwytewa - Yavapai-Apache Nation; Tribal Council Member

Twila Cassadore - San Carlos Apache Tribe; Forager, Food Educator, Food Sovereignty Advocate

Verónica R. Hirsch - Chiricahua Apache; Water Educator and Indigenous Sovereignty Advocate

Registration is required to attend this webinar and space is limited.

Please register as soon as possible to secure your spot!

Click Here to register for the zoom webinar.

Have questions? Ask Kari Hull at

Wednesday, April 21st @ 4:30pm
Animal Adventure with G.E.M. Environmental

Join GEM Environmental in celebrating Earth Week with an exciting Arizona animal-themed scavenger hunt. Stop by the Prescott Community Nature Center anytime between 4:30pm and 7:00pm to learn, explore, and even win some exciting prizes!

In person ->> Community Nature Center

                                1981 Williamson Valley Rd, Prescott, Arizona

Have questions? Ask Annie Warner at 

Wednesday, April 21st @ 6:30pm
Mocktail Hour with YCAT

The NAZCCA Youth Climate Action Team (YCAT) is hosting this event for youth activists to connect and discuss hot topics such as climate justice, policy, and carbon sources, with a focus on their solutions. Attendees will get the chance for networking, conversation, and opportunities and to talk about their actions (or get ideas for new activists).

Sign Up Here!!

Have questions? Ask Annie Baker at 

Thursday, April 22nd @ 2:30pm
Earth Day Community Gathering

Prescott Indivisible & Northern AZ Climate Change Alliance partner to host this community event to honor Mother Earth.  Family-friendly and COVID safe. Bring your blanket, chair and love for the planet to this family-friendly, COVID safe gathering.  We will have Meg Bohrman and Jonathan Best providing live music and a microphone available for public testimony to pledge to “Make Every Day Earth Day”.

In person Downtown Prescott - >>  LEARN MORE

Friday, April 23rd @ 7pm
Earth Day/Climate Change Film Festival

Sierra Club (Yavapai Group) and Yavapai Climate Change Coalition invite you to join us for a stimulating evening of several short films followed by discussion. The focus of the evening is positive: what you can personally do to reduce the effects of climate change in our community. Films will address youth, transportation, food, home energy use, and local policy.

Click Here to register for this Zoom event.

Saturday, April 24th @ 10am-2pm
2021 Prescott Earth Day Festival

Join us in this safe and educational event!  Music, games, nature discovery table, arts & crafts, free snacks and more.  NAZCCA will have a themed booth to help educate our community “Do the Most & Compost!” Prescott Farmers Market and the City of Prescott have rolled out a new community compost project that we want to spotlight!

In person @ Granite Creek Park.

**Park at Sprouts, the parking lot on-site will fill quickly!

Saturday, April 24th @ All Day!
2021 Earth Day Live Stream

A celebration of Earth Day Every Day and Restoring our Earth will launch at Sunrise and close at Sunset on April, 24th. We will live stream from Veteran's Memorial Park on the Yavapai-Apache Nation's land collaborating with the Town of Camp Verde to bring you guest speakers, entertainers, artists, vendors, and organizations will be sharing their stories throughout the day.

*Live Stream* ->> LEARN MORE