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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 2022 Earth Day Proclamation will arrive soon, so join us in learning & leading our way to brighter tomorrow!

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Earth Week 2022 is HAPPENING!

Earth Week 2022 is back fully in person!

Scroll down for all the details & links. Downloadable schedule coming soon! 


Earth Week Schedule

Tuesday, April 12th @3pm
Earth Week Proclamation
Prescott City Council
Wednesday, April 13th @4:30pm
"Beyond the Baseline" Virtual Open House
Presented by the PROTECT Campaign
Virtual Zoom Session
Saturday, April 16th @10am
Climate Change & Water Conservancy
League of Women Voters in Yavapai County
Virtual: Zoom link coming soon
Saturday, April 16th @3:30pm
Sign-Making Party Sponsored by NAZCCA
Prescott Public Library, Founders Suite
Friday-Sunday, April 22-24 @TBA
Town Hall on the Climate Crisis Sponsored by Phoenix College
Prescott College Campus
Friday, April 22nd @5pm
Earth Day Rally on the Square
Courthouse Plaza
Saturday, April 23rd @9am
Prescott Earth Day Celebration! "We Are the Solution"
Sponsored by the Greater Prescott Outdoors Fund
Downtown Prescott on Cortez Street
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Join us in this safe and educational event!  Music, games, nature discovery table, arts & crafts, free snacks and more!

In person @ Downtown Prescott

Sunday, April 24th
Earth Care Sunday
Monday, April 25th @5pm
"YOUTH V GOV" Film Event Sponsored by NAZCCA and Interfaith CAT
Register HERE for the Zoom session (required) 
The Prescott Interfaith Climate Action Team will screen the film YOUTH v GOV over Zoom on 4/25 at 5pm. After the film, we will have an open discussion where we hope to hear thoughts about the film and its implications from a wide variety of faiths and perspectives.
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Tuesday, April 26th @1pm
PROTECT Study Session with Prescott City Council
City Council Chambers, 201 S. Cortez Street
Tuesday, April 26th @4pm
"2040" Film Showing Sponsored by Prescott Peacebuilders
Granite Peak UU, 882 Sunset Avenue
Wednesday, April 27th @6:30pm
"Manage Your Money to Ease Climate Change"
Sponsored by the Sierra Club Yavapai Group
Register HERE for the Zoom session (required)
Learn how your retirement investments can grow without supporting a looming climate catastrophe. Presenters Jan Bryan and John Farmer, registered investment advisors, will describe how you can avoid fossil fuels and grow your investments. Sponsored by the Yavapai Group of the Sierra Club.
Thursday, April 28th @5pm
Interfaith Service: "Earth Care Amidst Climate Change"
Sponsored by the Interfaith Climate Action Team
First Congregational Church 216 E. Gurley
Download the flyer
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Friday, April 29th @1-5pm
Arbor Day Event Sponsored by Prescott College
Prescott College Campus
Friday, April 29th @4:30pm
"Beyond the Baseline Pt 2" Holland, Michigan
"A Case Study in Climate Action" Dr. Greg Murray
Sponsored by the PROTECT Campaign & GPUU Green Team
Granite Peak UU, 882 Sunset Ave
Saturday, April 30th @11:30am
Verde River Blessing and Restoration
Sponsored by the Sierra Club Yavapai Group
Perkinsville Bridge
HERE (required)

The upper Verde River, a jewel of the southwest, is eligible for designation as a Wild and Scenic River. Recently Prescott National Forest acted to control destructive recreation at the Perkinsville Bridge river crossing. This event celebrates a new beginning for this section of the Verde. We will plant a tree to symbolize the restoration process and consecrate the river with a blessing from Manuel Lucero, Director of the Museum of Indigenous People. 


We will gather at 11:30 AM. Bring a camp chair, drinking water, and a brown-bag picnic lunch to enjoy on the shady river bank with music by local artists. After a short educational presentation, we'll plant a native willow, learn how indigenous people used and valued the river, and join together to bless the river to be pure and free-flowing forever. For more information, email

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