Join INHF and Polk County Conservation at Strasser Woods for the City of Des Moines' Earth Day Trash Bash 2019! Enjoy fresh air, assist with invasive species removal, and clean up debris. Register for the Strasser Woods project site with INHF and Polk County Conservation by April 3rd here: https://earthday.dmgov.org/registration.
No experience necessary. All are welcome. Join us for part of the day or the whole afternoon.
About Trash Bash
Trash Bash is a multi-organizational litter removal effort spread across many project locations throughout the greater Des Moines metro. The event kicks off at noon at Cowles Commons in downtown Des Moines. Volunteers are invited to enjoy lunch, music and educational booths before meeting with their organizations to head to their project locations. Earth Day Trash Bash 2019 is presented by The City of Des Moines as an opportunity to give back to our community.
About Earth Day
Earth Day celebrates the environmental movement of the 1970s. Proposed by Gaylord Nelson as an environmental teach-in opportunity, the date was intentionally chosen between spring break and final exams to increase student attendance. The first Earth Day, April 22, 1970, had over 20 million Americans take action in support of a healthy and stable environment. By 1990, Earth Day became a global phenomena.
Be a part of a larger movement for Earth Day 2019 and take action.
Questions? Want to learn more about the volunteer program? Contact Melanie Louis, INHF volunteer coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-288-1846, ext. 35. See you there!