Earth Day 2023 – Our Earth, Our Home

We are excited to announce that MUD will be hosting our 17th annual Earth Day Celebration on Saturday April 22nd from 12-4pm. This year we will be focusing on the theme of “Our Earth, Our Home” and we will be partnering with a variety of organizations to engage people in thinking about how our actions at home can benefit the planet. We will have hands-on demonstrations that focus on different sustainable living skills such as urban gardening, raising chickens, cutting back on waste, making our homes more energy efficient, and much more.

As always, our Earth Day Celebration will honor and showcase Missoula’s vibrant sustainability community.  The festival will feature an environmental expo, activities and workshops for children and adults, and educational programs, as well as food, drinks, and local music. We will once again be hosting the 2023 festival at MUD, Home ReSource, and adjacent properties.

Please use the form below to sign up as a sponsor or to join us as an exhibitor. Complete your registration on our payment page.

Please note – exhibitor fees help offset our event expenses, but we don’t want cost to be a barrier for any group interested in participating. Please fill out the tabling form and we will contact you about alternative payment/trade options.

Earth Day 2023 Highlights

Past Celebrations with MUD

2022 – Invest in our Planet

2021 – Restore Our Earth
Our traditional celebration at MUD was on hold, but we encouraged our community to take advantage of the outdoor, small-group gatherings listed below. These events celebrated changes we can make in our own neighborhoods and yards to nourish, honor, and restore our community and earth. Let’s take pride in the small steps we can each make toward improving our own little plots of earth, whether by supplying food-insecure individuals with gardens and food, introducing pollinators to your yard, learning how to improve your garden’s soil, upcycling materials to create something new, or simply getting out on a springtime scavenger hunt.

2019 – Protect Our Species