Earth Day Tips + Resources in Ballantyne

Help us honor Mother Earth by adopting the following sustainable tips or engaging your family in a green-friendly activity.

Register for an eco-friendly SkillPop Anywhere class. Northwood Office is gifting the first 30 spots to Home Composting Basics on April 21.

Trees Charlotte will be giving out resources and local seedlings at Northwood Office’s Free Shredding & Recycling Opportunity on April 22. 

Clean Midtown with Keep Charlotte Beautiful at Metropolitan on April 24.

Go for a walk or bike ride on the Carolina Thread Trail.

Bring the family on an adventure with the Magic School Bus. Watch and follow along as an Air Quality Specialist reads The Magic School Bus Gets Cleaned Up. This story is a great Air Quality Introduction for kids. Enoy in English or Spanish from Charlotte Air Awareness!

Join the Catawba Lands Conservancy’s outdoor programs and explore the region it conserves.

Donate to Birdies for Charlotte Charities during the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club on May 3-9 and 100% of pledges will support Charlotte Black Dogs, a non-profit specializing in rescue groups and shelters to promote awareness of Black Dog Syndrome.

Explore zero waste resources from Ekologicall.

Follow instructional healthy cooking videos from The Produce Box and American Heart Association.

Volunteer with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services to clean up, mark or do maintenance in the region.

Take advantage of free admission at Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill on April 17 and 18.

 

Special thanks to these local partners for supporting the Ballantyne community’s sustainability efforts.

All American Gutter Protection

Ballantyne School of Music

Timed Out Escape

Subaru South Boulevard 

The Ballantyne Blast

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