Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration 2020 Events

While our Earth Day celebration in 2020 was not held in the usual format in-person due to COVID-19, we have the benefit of being able to re-watch online events whenever we want and as often as we like.

Please enjoy our webinars and concert held between April 20-26, 2020. Hit the “like” button on YouTube and subscribe to our channel to view more content on a regular basis.

As you know, our Earth is the only home we have, and protecting, preserving, and celebrating it should not end here. Every day is Earth Day. Enjoy!

Remington Woods

With Executive Directors Sam Dynowski, CT Chapter Sierra Club; Eric Hammerling, CT Forest & Park Association; and Amy Paterson, CT Land Conservation Council.

The Proper Way to Plant a Tree

With Charlie Stebbins and Adrian DeLaRosa, CT Audubon Society at Smith-Richardson Preserve, Westport, CT, along with Fairfield Forestry Committee Members Tom Corell, Misty Beyer, Mary Hogue and Fairfield Tree Warden Jeff Minder and Anne Rowlands, Connecticut Gardener Publisher.

A Virtual Earth Day Concert

A Virtual Earth Day Concert

The Sustainable Fairfield Task Force is proud to present a special environmentally themed concert to celebrate Earth Day performed by Fairfield County locals.

Composting

with Vemicomposter, Esben Chou & Master Composters, Dan Martens & Mary Hogue.

State Legislator Forum

with Senator Tony Hwang, Representatives Cristin McCarthy Vahey, Laura Devlin, Brian Farnen

Virtual EV Car Show and Panel Discussion

EV Car Show and Panel Discussion

Get a peek at the technology powering the future of cars and learn about a variety of models and manufacturers.

Pollinator Pathway, Green Corridor and Ecotype Project

with Mary Hogue, Chair of Fairfield Forestry Committee and Lead of Pollinator Pathway for Fairfield; Mary Ellen Lemay, Landowner Engagement Director for Aspetuck Land Trust and Sefra Alexandra, The Seedhuntress.

Making Room at the Table: Planning for a Post-COVID Local Food System

With Michelle McCabe, Director of the Center of Food Equity and Economic Development (FEED) with the Council of Churches of Greater Bridgeport since 2014. The FEED Center leverages food, church kitchens, staff and community partners to support the physical and financial health of Bridgeport area residents.

Climate Change Webinar

with Juliana Barrett from the Connecticut Sea Grant and UConn Extension;
Becky Bunnell, Chair of Town of Fairfield Flood and Erosion Control Board; and Emmeline Harrigan, a certified Planner and Floodplain Manager and currently serves as the Assistant Planning Director in Fairfield, CT

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