Throughout the Earth Hour Campaign, we host a range of environmental initiatives, such as a community cleanup, a bike ride through the railway trails, a sustainable gardening workshop, school visits, lunch and learns, educational presentations, and a guided nature walk to inspire environmental action, teach sustainable practices, raise awareness about biodiversity, and encourage respect for the natural world. These initiatives are open to all ages, so we welcome schools, businesses, families and community organizations to get involved. 


Sacred Earth Circle

Switch off your lights and join Naturopath and Spiritual Teacher Dr. Kathia Roberts from SOAR Journeys and Ashley K. Gardener, Bermuda's renowned Geo Love Master Healer, for a Sacred Earth Circle at Spirit House during Earth Hour, the largest global movement for nature. This event is more than a moment of reflection; it's a call to action. With Dr. Kathia’s & Ashley's guidance, we'll tap into the earth's powerful energies, nature’s elements, and earth-based shamanic practices, fostering a movement of harmony far beyond the hour. Be part of this transformative Earth-healing journey. Mark your calendars for an unforgettable experience of unity, healing, and global awakening.




Nature Walk

Join us on Sunday, April 7th for a fun, fantastic and truly engaging wild food and foraging experience at Coopers Island Reserve. Develop your understanding of foraging for food in Bermuda, learn about cooking wild foods, and get the pleasure of tasting some delicious wild recipes. In our foraging experience, we work with the seasons and often forage for plants. You’ll be astonished by the flavours we encounter in the wild; from scurvy grass to the sea purslane, which has a distinctive salty taste, it’s all there to be discovered. Sign up today for an experience that promises to enlighten your five senses.



Railway Trail Ride

Did you know that there were railway trails from Hamilton to Somerset Village? If so, have you experienced them all? If your answer is no to either of those questions you should meet us at City Hall on Sunday, April 14th for a special experience travelling through some of Bermuda's most unique nature reserves on a pleasant ride from Hamilton to Dockyard and a complimentary trip back to Hamilton on the ferry. Myles Darrell of the Bermuda National Trust will join us on the ride to share his knowledge about nature reserves and historical sites through the trails. We'll also discuss the diverse plant species, examine the limestone formations, ride through various terrains, smell the natural aromas, and capture the breathtaking views. And by the way, if your answer is yes to those same questions, you already know how amazing it is and will need no encouragement to attend. FYI: Several local vendors will rent you a pedal bike or an e-bike should you need one. Contact us for help.



Sustainable Farming Workshop

Join us for a walking tour of FoodForest. An ecological microsystem of biological sustainability that incorporates several varieties of fruits, vegetables, roots, berries, and nuts. Learn how regenerative agriculture is the only alternative to the fragile micro system our communities depend on. This educational experience is free for Greenrock members. Fresh, organic vegetables will be for sale.



Great Big Bermuda Clean-Up

Join us on Sunday, April 28th for the grand finale event of the 2024 Great Big Bermuda Clean-Up. Volunteers will meet at Friendship Vale Park at the corner of Palmetto Road & Old Military Road. Groups will spread out from there to clean various locations around Devonshire. KBB will provide gloves, trash bags, recycling bags and litter grabbers. Remember to wear a hat and bring your reusable water bottle.


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