Audubon Dakota is excited to participate in the first-ever Call to Earth Day on November 10th, 2021. We are seeking volunteers to help us collect prairie seeds and clean-up the pollinator garden at Lions Conservancy Park on November 10th from 12:00 – 1:00 P.M. Join us in our conservation efforts to support our community and help protect our planet.
Call to Earth Day is a global initiative from CNN designed to make an impact, raise awareness, and engage communities in making a difference to protect the future of our planet. Through Call to Earth Day, CNN partners with schools, individuals, and organizations to raise awareness of environmental issues and to educate about conservation.
If you’re unable to participate in Audubon Dakota’s event, you can still join the movement simply by doing something positive to protect the environment on November 10, 2021. No effort is too small, and people are encouraged to think big and get creative to be impactful. If you still aren’t sure how you can help, but you want to be involved, we suggest visiting an Urban Woods and Prairie Initiative site. While exploring and birdwatching, take a photo and post to social media with a caption that explains what nature means to you and why it’s worth protecting. Use the hashtag #CallToEarth to be part of the global movement!