Below are upcoming Earth Day of Service projects hosted by Washington Service Corps sites. For Washington Service Corps Members: If you would like us to add your service project to the list, please submit a Days of Service form

Earth Day is one of Edmonds College’s largest community volunteer events of the year. This year, it will be held at our own Campus Community Farm. Come join us at the farm to help with various tasks, meet new people, and celebrate Earth Day. Refreshments and lunch will be provided by the Center for Service Learning. The event will be from 10:00am – 2:00pm, and students who want extra Service Learning hours can help clean up from 2:00pm – 3:00pm.
Flyer for Edmonds earth day

Join Kitsap Conservation District for Earth Day 2023 as we plant a variety of native tree and shrub species along Olalla Creek to help restore vital salmon habitat! This event is free, and we welcome people of all ages to help us in this important cause! This is an AmeriCorps-sponsored event for the Earth Day of Service, hosted by KCD AmeriCorps members. Make sure to bring: – rain gear – waterproof shoes – food/snacks/water – gardening gloves – shovels (if possible) Important Notes: There are different animal enclosures at this site, so please do not feed animals / enter animal areas without supervision or permission. Be prepared for any and all weather. Please carpool if possible as parking is limited. Allergen Note: This property does host farm animals, waterfowl, and household pets.
Register here. 

Come join us at the Salmon Center for an Earth Day extravaganza! Help us take care of important habitat at the Farm at Water’s Edge, including our native plant buffer and food forest. These areas contain over 200 native and edible plants that attract beneficial pollinators and will provide delicious fruits, nuts, and berries to our community as they mature. By removing invasive species and preparing the farm for spring, you will be helping to conserve a vital native ecosystem that supports Washington’s wild salmon populations. The event will take place April 22nd from 10 am – 1 pm, and volunteers can plan to meet at the Salmon Center garage. Please dress for the weather, wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, and wear close-toed shoes. Also please bring gloves if you have them! Outside of volunteer work there will be both self-led and guided activities for people of all ages, and kids are encouraged to come and be involved! The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group is one of 12 original Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups, or RFEGs, created by the Washington State Legislature in 1990. There are now 14 RFEGs across Washington State. The RFEGs were created to be active partners in assisting Washington State in salmon recovery efforts, supported by community volunteers. The RFEGs were tasked with supplementing fish populations, restoring salmon habitat, and developing salmon-related education programs. The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group was granted 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation status in November 1990. Our headquarters, The Salmon Center, is located right next to the Union River Estuary and Theler Wetlands, and features a certified organic U-Pick garden and farm that demonstrates sustainable agricultural practices, a nursery that prepares native plants for restoration projects, and a classroom that hosts community education events, as well as youth clubs such as 4H. As an organization we strive to deepen the connection between land, people, and salmon through research, restoration, and education. Our mission is to ensure that wild salmon are once again abundant in the Pacific Northwest.

Registration is encouraged but not required, feel free to drop ins welcome day of!

Register here. 

Join the more than 1 billion people worldwide who celebrate Earth Day by joining the City of Bellingham, WWU LEAD, and Whatcom Million Trees Project for a volunteer work party on Saturday, 4/22/2023 (9am-noon). Together, we will restore habitat in the Sehome Arboretum in Bellingham, WA by planting native trees, removing invasive species, spreading mulch, and more.
More information and Register Here! 

Earth Day Sustainable Communities Fair: Save the date to celebrate Earth Day with the City of Vancouver at our Sustainable Communities Fair! Sign up for a service project in the morning, a litter cleanup, park planting or learn something new at a Tree of Heaven Awareness Walk, then stop by the fair for family-centered workshops, games and activities provided by local organizations and businesses. Drop off any items of clothing or jewelry you would like to see fixed and it’ll be paired with a qualified “fixer” who can repair your item free of charge thanks to Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries and Repair Clark County. Play Waste Connections’ recycling “sortation” game to learn about proper recycling and waste reduction Meet the Friends of Trees mascot Garry Oak and learn everything there is to know about trees in Vancouver Learn about worm bins, backyard composting, and more from the Clark County Composter Recycler program. Check out the City of Vancouver’s booth to learn about exciting volunteer opportunities all over the City.
More information and Register here! 

Earth Day Celebration Civic Center Pollinator Garden Planting

Join us as we plant native plants, fruit trees, and shrubs to promote pollinator habitat in urban areas. This planting will also feature edible plants such as Apple trees, blueberry bushes, and herbs that benefit pollinators and community members, pollinator habitat and educational signs will also be installed: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. 425 W Cota St, Shelton, WA 98584.

To get involved email:

Join Skagit Land Trust and Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group this Earth Day for a planting event at Utopia Conservation Area in Sedro-Woolley. We’re celebrating Earth Day planting native trees and removing invasive species to enhance the local wildlife habitat that is home to elk, deer, beaver, salmon, and more. Refreshments will be provided by local vendors, and the first 70 folks to arrive get a free Earth Day 2023 t shirt! All ages are welcome, this is a family friendly event!
More information and Register here! 

For 15 years, the South Sound Sustainability Expo has been the region’s largest community celebration of all things sustainability. This free, family-friendly event features activities, presentations, performances, and art exhibits.

More information here. 

Washington Service Corps will have a table at the expo! Current WSC AmeriCorps members – stop by to say hello and receive a special surprise! 

Beach cleanups are suitable for the whole family and are a fun and exciting way to participate in a meaningful activity while enjoying a day at the beach. Thousands of volunteers show up and help remove several tons of marine debris from Washington’s Pacific Coast and Salish Sea each year. Volunteer for one of our cleanups and help get marine debris off our beaches!

More information and register here.