The Kinder Large Dog Run and the Harriet and Joe Foster Small Dog Run offer a place at the park for four-legged members of the family. The areas feature crushed gravel, fountains and seating. Please take note of these Park Rules at Discovery Green when visiting the dog runs: Dog owners must remain with dog […]
Please bring a reusable water bottle so you can take advantage of water stations. Coolers, blankets, and chairs are allowed. *Please do NOT bring glass containers, cigarettes/pipes, or weapons.*
Absolutely! Discovery Green, in partnership with Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, is hosting the event, and both would be grateful for your support. You can access their donation pages at discoverygreen.org and at cechouston.org.
Yes. Check out our sponsorship opportunities right here.
Absolutely. You can register to volunteer right here.
The most up-to-date information about parking is available at discoverygreen.com. Meters are FREE all day Sunday. DO NOT park in valet zones or commercial zones (marked with red meters or red striping on the street). Please always read the signs before you park! Learn more about parking at downtownhouston.org.
Absolutely! A free bike valet service will be provided by Bike Houston and community rides to the event will be announced soon.
Earth Day Houston is proud to enable Houstonians and all attendees the opportunity to experience a waste-free event. Perhaps this could spread to other events and even become the tipping point for a more balanced material waste stream in Houston. This challenge is bold. We will feature three types of waste receptacles: recycling bins, compost […]
In 2018, over thirty vendors, ranging from prepared food vendors to farmers, will be part of the foodie farmers market organized by Urban Harvest.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, Earth Day Houston is free and open to the public.
Sunday, April 22, 2018 from noon to 6:00 pm.
Earth Day Houston is held at Discovery Green park, 1500 McKinney St, Houston, TX 77010.
Houston was part of the first celebration of Earth Day in 1970. Now, the region is host to dozens of public Earth Day events, including Earth Day Houston. Presented in partnership with the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition (Houston) and sponsored by Green Mountain Energy Company, Discovery Green’s citywide Earth Day celebration is designed to educate, inspire […]