ENCINITAS — In conjunction with the United Nations World Environment Day, the Encinitas Environment Day committee is seeking sponsors, vendors and volunteers to participate in and celebrate the fifth annual Encinitas Environment Day event to be held at Cottonwood Creek Park in downtown Encinitas June 5.
Fostered by the city of Encinitas and presented by The Solana Center, this volunteer-driven event is designed to encourage environmental awareness and highlight the efforts of the city of Encinitas and Eco-friendly organizations, businesses, and individuals making Encinitas their home.
Scheduled between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., this family-oriented event aims to educate and entertain while showcasing a municipal park developed with sustainable ecology in mind.
There is a growing consciousness of eco-energy building in Encinitas and this event hopes to give it voice. From city departments, local merchants and area school children, Encinitas residents can come together to celebrate Encinitas.
To learn more about Encinitas Environment Day or become a volunteer go on line to eeday.org or call John Gjata at (760) 535-1845 for more information.
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