How Did Westmoreland Earth Day Begin?
In 2002, a group of environmental organizations gathered to create an event that would engage the surrounding community in their many activities. The result was Westmoreland Earth Day, a family focused event now in its fifteenth year.  Westmoreland Earth Day brings together organization and companies to demonstrate and share information and activities with the community. These exhibitors are representatives of non-profit groups, state and federal organizations and local businesses all working to protect, restore and enhance the environment in your area!

What is the History of Earth Day?
The first official Earth Day Celebration took place on April 22nd 1970 and an estimated 20 million people participate nationwide. Performances, speeches, rallies, marches and parades happened in various cities around the country. Former US Senator, Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin is credited with being the founder of Earth Day. Each year since the initial day of celebration in 1970, Earth Day has been officially recognized on April 22nd.




15th Annual Westmoreland Earth Day Event

Living Green 2017

Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve at Saint Vincent College

Saint Vincent College Spring Family Weekend