Join us not only for Earth Day, but Earth Week, as we partner with the Coos Head Food Co-Op and other local organizations to provide fun and Earth friendly activities to you – our community members. Learn a little bit about how to be more environmentally conscious as you participate in creating seed bombs, filling out a coloring sheet, doing a scavenger hunt, playing a nature game, and joining our Hour of No Power.
Visit us at the Coos History Museum on April 22nd from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM to pick up your free activity kit!
*While supplies last
Come by the Coos History Museum or Coos Head Food Co-Op to pick up a Seed Bomb and Activity Kit. Use these kits to celebrate Earth Day, Earth Week, and for your Hour of No Power. Learn about and make your own seed bombs, and have fun with some nature themed games and activities. Or, download the activity kit at home using the link below.
Participate in more incredible opportunities during Earth Week with Surfrider Foundation and SOLVE, the Coos Watershed Association, the Charleston Marine Life Center, and South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Surfrider Foundation and SOLVE Bastendorff Beach Clean-Up
Coos Watershed Association Millicoma Marsh Stewardship
Charleston Marine Life Center Everything Eats Webinar
South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve Estuary Stewardship/Weed Pull
Join us on Facebook for a virtual Hour of No Power where we challenge you, Coos County residents, to go for at least one hour with no power, at least one evening during Earth Week. Use our Earth Week kit and activities during your hour, come up with your own fun ideas, or visit earthhour.org for even more ways to enjoy going lights out.