Whole Earth Celebrates Earth Day 2015

See what we're doing for Earth Day 2015

This year marks the 45th anniversary of the first Earth Day in 1970. Traditionally, Earth Day is celebrated on April 22nd, but here in Texas Earth Day events are scattered throughout the month and a few even take place in March. Southlake was an early bird with their Green Fest on March 28th. Whole Earth was there for the day along with SmartWool.

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Earth Day Houston Logo


Earth Day Houston is on April 11th at Discovery Green. The Green Expo will be open from 11am to 5 pm with the main stage entertainment starting at 1 pm running until 7 pm. The event is free. The Kids’ Zone is back this year along with over 50 environmental non-profits and 25 green businesses. Whole Earth will be there so please stop by and say hello!

Austin Give 5


On Earth Day, Wednesday April 22nd, Whole Earth will donate 5% of the day’s Austin sales to the Give 5% to Mother Earth campaign. The funds will go towards the support of the Austin Parks Foundation, Hill Country Conservancy, Texas Campaign for the Environment, Texas Land Conservancy and the Shoal Creek Conservancy. Our North Lamar store will be site of the Mayor’s Press Conference kicking off the city-wide event.

Earth Day Texas - Dallas


Dallas is home to the largest Earth Day celebration in the state: Earth Day Texas. It runs for three days, April 24th, 25th and 26th, 10 am to 6 pm, has something for everyone and it’s free. We’re excited about the NOAA’s Science on a Sphere – an animated globe showing Earth’s atmosphere, weather, oceans, and land demonstrating anything from environmental trends and human impacts to super storms and today’s weather. There will be exhibits, speakers, the Eco-Expo and lots and lots of music including an appearance by Paul Winter and his Consort. The National Park Service will be kicking off their Centennial year with special events throughout the weekend. We’ll be there too. Hope to see you!

Science on a Sphere from NOAA

Science on a Sphere from NOAA