Sustainability Matters is inviting people from across the Shenandoah Valley to learn how to make the earth a better place.
From identifying wild edibles, offering sustainable gardening tips and educating the community on how to prevent the spread of a new, highly invasive bug known as the Spotted Lanternfly, their goal is to promote conservation and community. On Saturday, April 20, they will be hosting the first Earth Day celebration in Shenandoah County.
“We’re also having a lot of fun stuff that isn’t really common for Earth Day. We’ll have a huge community plant swap and a llama will be here manning a llama kissing booth,” said Sari Carp of Sustainability Matters.
There will also be Tesla test drives and much more on the Shenandoah County courthouse lawn.