The early bird gets the worm castings

Monday, April 29, 2019

If you had pre-registered, you got a shorter line

Photos by Steven H. Robinson

There was a rain squall later in the day but those who arrived early to the Earth Day event at Central Market were treated to beautiful blue skies.

Master Gardeners were ready to offer advice

On a first-come first-serve basis, those who stood in line early had their choice of eco-goodies, including a bag of worm castings to enrich their soil.

Diggin' Shoreline helps start community gardens in Shoreline

The City of Shoreline and Central Market celebrated Earth Day Every Day on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 9am to 2pm at Central Market 15505 Westminster Way N, Shoreline 98133.

Brown Bear Car Wash recycles the water and
filters out the soap. It was environmentally friendly
before people even understood the concept

Other partners were Diggin' Shoreline and Puget Sound Starts Here.

We Scoop had products to help dog owners keep
waste out of Puget Sound

Booths had experts ready to talk about low-cost and low-impact landscaping, rain gardens, solar power and green home remodeling, veggie gardening, recycling, composting, wildlife habitat and more.

The Earth Day Every Day is an annual event.


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