Earth Day in Santa Fe

Saturday, April 22, 2023

Earth Day has always been celebrated by the city of Santa Fe and our surrounding communities. It reflects Santa Fe’s ethos of sustainability and desire to live more harmoniously with nature. St. John’s has a long tradition of participating in Earth Day: in fact, the first president of this campus, Richard Weigle, led celebrations at the very first Earth Day in 1970. Check out our new solar project, experience a unique acoustical performance by the Johnnie-founded EcoSono Ensemble, attend a talk by eco-philosopher Sophie Strand, watch the biopic “Stewart Udall and the Politics of Beauty,” and enjoy outdoor activities and demonstrations, all free and open to one and all.

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Schedule of Events

* Featured events

Map & Parking

Earth Day Event Map

Visitor parking

Campus parking is restricted and available on a first come, first served basis. Lot A, Visitor Parking is available. You may additionally park along the main campus road or on Camino de Cruz Blanca. Overflow parking will be available on Saturday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Rio Grande School located at 715 Camino Cabra, a 10-minute, 0.5 mile walk to our campus and Earth Day events. Although public transportation is limited, we encourage you to bike/walk to the campus where possible.

St. John's Giving Day

Our inaugural St. John’s Giving Day helps fund the remaining 364 days of the year—from seminars to student activities, scholarships to campus improvements. More than any other day, this is an opportunity to level up your philanthropy, make a challenge to friends and classmates, or donate to one of our specialized annual giving funds, such as Johnnie Scholarships, the Tutor Fund, or Student Life and Athletics.

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