Friends of Fort Flagler Earth Day Fair

Saturday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., April 20, 2024
Fort Flagler State Park, Jefferson County
In person, hybrid, virtual
Wheelchair accessible
On public transit route

Visit the event website for more information: Friends of Fort Flagler Earth Day Fair

Friends of Fort Flagler and Fort Flagler State Park are excited to present a diverse array of activities for Earth Day this year, featuring their inaugural Earth Day fair. Join them in contributing to the preservation of their stunning park by volunteering a few hours of your time. Building on the success of previous years, they will continue to focus on removing invasive seagrasses from the local beach near the lower campground and cleaning the beaches of plastic debris.

Activities Celebrate Earth Day at Fort Flagler State Park 2024: 

Saturday, April 20th, 10 am – 2 pm: Earth Day Fair
The Earth Day fair promises an enriching experience with engaging presenters, informational booths, and fun activities tailored for kids. Visit with WDFW at the fair and learn more about native species and the marine environment!

Sunday, April 21st, 10 am – 2 pm: Invasive Seagrass Pull
Join the effort to preserve the ecological balance by participating in the removal of invasive seagrasses. This hands-on activity will take place on Sunday, providing an opportunity for volunteers to make a direct impact on the health of our coastal environment.
Register: ddtdtcreator 

Sunday, April 21st, 12 pm – 4 pm: Beach Clean Up
Be part of the solution by contributing to the beach clean-up initiative. Help Friends of Fort Flagler maintain the pristine beauty of their shores by dedicating your Sunday afternoon for an hour or four hours to removing plastic and other debris. Your action will contribute to the overall well-being of the coastal ecosystem.

By participating in these events, you become an integral part of the collective effort to care for Fort Flagler State Park. Join Friends of Fort Flagler in making a positive impact on the environment and fostering a sense of stewardship for this natural treasure. They look forward to your enthusiastic participation in this year’s Earth Day festivities!

Close up of a harbor seal's head above the water
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