Thank you to all who participated in our first-ever Waterloo Green Days!
Our week-long series of free Earth Month activities kicked off on April 16 and featured a variety of interactive outdoor exhibits, sustainability and stewardship workshops, and live music and dance performances at Waterloo Park.
The celebration continued at Green Fest this past Sunday, where visitors discovered more than 20 community exhibitors, participated in guided garden tours, and enjoyed boisterous outdoor performances of Squonk‘s Hand to Hand on the Love, Tito’s Lawn at Moody Amphitheater.
Earth Month is still in full swing and we encourage you to visit Waterloo Park and take part in our self-guided experiences!
- Use our Plant Wayfinder QR codes to learn more about the native plants in the 11-acre greenspace.
- Download The Ecologist School Guide: Waterloo Park and learn about the ecosystem and history of Waterloo Greenway. The guide includes 64 lessons across 16 different branches of science to help you play, learn, and volunteer at Waterloo Park.
- Check out our Earth Month Mural at Waterloo Park created in partnership with East End Eclectic.
- Visit SEEING BEES, a free outdoor art installation featuring the work of world-renowned photographer Dan Winters.
Thank you to our Green Fest exhibitors and food vendors!
- Austin Bat Refuge
- Austin Creative Reuse
- Austin Native Texan Plant Society
- Austin Resource Recovery
- Austin Youth River Watch
- Capital Area Master Naturalists
- Central Texas Seed Saver Exchange
- City of Austin Office of Sustainability
- City of Austin Park Ranger
- City of Austin Urban Forestry
- Families in Nature
- Keep Austin Beautiful
- Mad Science
- Monarch Sanctuary Project
- Round Rock Honey
- Travis Audubon
- Tree Folks
- University of Texas at Austin, Children’s Resource Center
- Blenders & Bowls
- Esos Tacos