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This year, for Earth Day’s 50th anniversary on April 22, we truly have something to celebrate!

Here’s a little-known fact: Prospect Park is home to Brooklyn’s only lake and last remaining forest. And this year, for Prospect Park Alliance’s annual Earth Day Celebration, all activities will be held online!

Prospect Park Alliance educators and partners are creating nature games and activities all ages will enjoy, plus special programs: learn about the trees of Prospect Park with Alliance Forest Ecologist Howard Goldstein, and sign up for a Green-and-Go volunteer kit to help us keep the park green and vibrant.

Ambergill Falls, Ravine, 2013
Photo: Prospect Park Alliance
WHAT: Prospect Park Earth Day Celebration
WHEN: Wednesday, April 22
WHERE: You can RSVP to receive Earth Day nature games and other activities directly to your in-box to enjoy from the comfort of home or on solo explorations of the park here.  

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