UW Earth Day celebrations on Red Square, April 22

The central UW Earth Day celebration, organized by UW Earth Club in collaboration with UW Sustainability, will take place on Red Square on April 22. The theme for this year's Earth Day is Water, and how it connects us and our environment. UW Earth Club is also working on Project Tap That! to educate University of Washington (UW) students about the harmful effects of single-use plastic water bottles.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., exhibitors, including student groups, academic units and community partners, will be on Red Square along with music, speakers, sustainable food samples and more. Exhibitors will be sharing how they work toward environmental and sustainability goals. Discover initiatives happening at UW and learn what you can do to help.

See the main Earth Day page for a full list of speakers and the schedule.

Food provided by our Exhibitor Fair Sponsors:




Red Square exhibitors:

UW Emergency Management
UW College of the Environment
UW School of Social Work
UW Botanic Gardens
UW Grounds Management
UW Farm
UW Recycling
UW Solar
UW Surplus
UW Transportation
ASUW student Food Co-op
Community, Environment & Planning
UW Combined Fund Drive
Campus Sustainability Fund
Divest UW
UW Earth Club
UW Green Futures Lab
Society for Ecological Restoration, UW Chapter
More Hall Rainwater Catchment
ASUW Office of Government Relations
Real Food Challenge
Yesler Swamp
Baliga Lab
Carbon Washington
Hoja Nueva
Northwest women
Olympic Park Association
KingCounty Water Recycle
Surfrider foundation
Homegrown Trailers