Thousands of “Free Flowers for Earth Day” book marks will be distributed by HelioPower solar representatives at Earth Day community events in California this month.
The popular wildflower seeded paper book marks are a contribution to this year’s Earth Day Network theme, A Billion Acts of Green®. Earth day participants can plant their wildflowers and register their “Act of Green” on the Earth Day Network website toward the Network’s goal to register one billion actions in advance of the 2012 Earth Summit.
The “Free Flowers for Earth Day” book marks will be available from HelioPower solar energy consultants at the following events:
- Frontier Project Earth Day, Saturday, April 9
- Party for the Planet, Saturday, April 9
- The Green Festival, Saturday and Sunday, April 9 & 10
- Calistoga Earth Day, Saturday, April 16
- Fallbrook Avocado Festival, Sunday, April 17
- Sacramento Earth Day Celebration, Thursday, April 21
- Desert [email protected] Soleil, Saturday, April 23
- Earth Day Napa County Saturday, April 23
Earth Day Network Information
In recognition of the power of millions of individual actions, Earth Day 2011 will be organized around A Billion Acts of Green®: Personal, organizational and corporate pledges to live and act sustainably. At over 45 million actions to date, A Billion Acts of Green® campaign – the largest environmental service campaign in the world – is steadily building commitments by individuals, corporations, and governments in honor of Earth Day.
A Billion Acts of Green® inspires and rewards both simple individual acts and larger organizational initiatives that further the goal of measurably reducing carbon emissions and supporting sustainability. The Network website quantifies acts of green through an easy-to-use online registration tool.
HelioPower encourages homeowners to go solar as your “Act of Green” and register it online by going to the Earth Day Network website.