Celebrate, clean up, volunteer and participate in the Gallatin Earth Celebration coming up on April 16th through the 22nd in Bozeman through the ASMSU Sustainability Center. Read on for all the details.

The Gallatin Earth Celebration is a week long Earth Day celebration held in Bozeman, MT and focused on education, outreach, and service. Emerging from the traditional “Bozeman Clean‐up Day”, the Gallatin Earth Celebration has grown into a larger partnership between Montana State University, the City of Bozeman, local businesses and organizations, and independent citizens.

The goal of the GEC is to inspire environmental stewardship and pride of place by bringing community members together to clean up our neighborhoods, learn what is happening in our region to advance sustainability, and get involved.

To volunteer for the Run for the Earth, contact Stephanie Hanson at 406-994-6653.

To volunteer for events around the Story of Stuff presentation, contact the ASMSU Sustainability Center at 406-994-6873.

To volunteer for Network of Environmentally Conscious Organizations (NECO) campus activities, contact Brit Smutek at 989-390-6011.

To volunteer for the Community Clean-up and Sustainability Vendor Show, please contact Natalie Meyer at 406-582-2317.

For general questions, contact Jodie DeLay at 406-994-2502 or Lucas Thompson at 720-468-1952.