South Grand and St. Louis Earth Day Partner to Eliminate Cigarette Butts

September 8, 2015

Saturday Cleanup Kicks Off Cigarette Recycling program in South Grand In an effort to eliminate street-side litter, South Grand is announcing the launch of a community-wide cigarette recycling program. The program kicks off with a Beautification and Cigarette Blitz Day, a volunteer-based cleanup targeting both the street-side cigarette urns as well as any littered cigarette butts […]

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2015 Symposium Presentations

June 4, 2015

This page will be updated as we “unpack” the presentations from the event. If there is a presentation you would like, but is not yet available here, please contact Opening Plenary Session “100 Resilient Cities Challenge” – Don Roe, Director of Planning & Urban Design Agency, City of St. Louis “Livable Communities: The Intersection […]

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Digital Volunteerism

November 10, 2014

We are grateful for the many ways our supporters and volunteers help throughout the year. We will never turn down someone wishing to volunteer at a waste sorting station at an event, or host a “dine out” for the Green Dining Alliance, but are asking now for your help, using the tools at your fingertips, to […]

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Support solar energy in Missouri schools.

April 13, 2014

Solar energy and solar education have been growing Missouri. The array of solar panels installed at Forsyth School sit right outside the 3rd of the school’s gymnasium. The lucky kids in that classroom see them every day. The rest of Forsyth’s kids see them as they enter and leave the building. All of them have access to […]

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Thanks to our community for helping us move!

March 24, 2014

The St. Louis Earth Day team would like to offer a sincere and heart-felt “thank you!” to all of those who helped us move and settle into our new home-away-from-home (the SLED office) last Saturday afternoon. With nearly 20 sets of hands, light work was made of our move from the Grand Oak Hill Community […]

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