The official Earth Day has already passed, but people on the Central Coast are still celebrating out planet.
The Earth Day Alliance, a San Luis Obispo environmental conservation group, hosted the 2019 SLO County Earth Day fair Saturday morning at Laguna Lake.
Festivities included seed bombs, wildlife conservation education, live music and more.
“We put on an earth day event every year for the community to celebrate, educate and activate the community to start making a difference,” said Sandra Marshall, the Earth Day Alliance director. “It’s really good for children to learn at this age because it’ll stick with them rest of their lives.”
Dozens of non-profits, businesses and student groups shared information about their causes to protect and preserve natural resources and address climate change.