Attend, participate and help promote these great sustainability-focused events throughout the spring. Hosting an event? Add it to the calendar here.
Starting April 1, Missoulians can expect to see new splashes of color going up at the Mountain Line Downtown Transfer Center (DTC), as artist Stella Nall gets to work on a full-scale mural outside the South entrance celebrating public transportation, sustainability and environmental stewardship. The mural, titled “Climate Conscious Creatures Wheel Towards a Sustainable Future,” combines Nall’s whimsical style and cultural heritage with Mountain Line’s commitments to a sustainable future. “I use a lot of symbolism in my work. Some of it is drawn from tradition, and some I develop to speak to my own experiences,” said Nall, a 23-year-old descendant of the Apsáalooke (Crow) Tribe. “I was initially drawn to this opportunity because I’m very passionate about sustainability and how we can make conscious steps toward maintaining a healthier balance with the earth.”
Where: Mountain Line Downtown Transfer Center 200 W Pine St Missoula, MT
When: Apr 1st, 2021 at
Missoula let's celebrate Earth Day and build community with Neighborhood Cleanups on Saturday, April 24th! Please reach out to your neighbors and your Neighborhood Leadership Team to build a Cleanup Crew to organize your event, recruit volunteers, and get your neighborhood ready for summer!
Where: Missoula Neighborhoods Missoula, MT
When: Apr 24th, 2021 at
Strap on your helmet and lace up your shoes. National Bike to School Day is May 5, 2021, and registration is now open! To encourage participation regardless of where learning is happening, registration will be open to families, neighborhoods and schools this year. If you’re looking for inspiration for ways to celebrate during the pandemic, check out this list of event ideas created specifically for 2021 and the Bike to School Day 2020 annual report. Bike to School Day allows participants to celebrate the joy of active commuting while building a sense of community and school spirit. The event also brings attention to the importance of creating safe routes to school. More than 60 percent of past Walk and Bike to School Day organizers said their events led to policy or environmental changes in their communities. While May 5 is this year’s official date, communities are welcome to celebrate any day in May that best fits their schedule
Where: Missoula Schools Missoula, MT
When: May 5th, 2021 at
Starting April 1, Missoulians can expect to see new splashes of color going up at the Mountain Line Downtown Transfer Center (DTC), as artist Stella Nall gets to work on a full-scale mural outside the South entrance celebrating public transportation, sustainability and environmental stewardship.
Where: Mountain Line Downtown Transfer Cetner 200 W Pine St Missoula, MT
When: May 7th, 2021 at
Saturday in June, we clean up trash at the public river access points and along the river corridor on the Wild and Scenic Middle Fork of the Flathead River. Did you know the Three Forks of the Flathead River were part of the inspiration for the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act? Rafting for Refuse is free, but requires advance registration. Please call the Glacier Guides and Montana Raft office to sign up! 406-387-5555 or email@example.com Encourage your friends and family to come along and make Rafting for Refuse another great success! 2021 Date: Saturday, June 19th – join us for Rafting for Refuse and Highway Cleanup! You must check in with us via e-mail or phone to confirm your spots on the rafts by June 12, 2021! Thanks!
Where: Glacier Guides and Montana Raft 11970 US Highway 2 E West Glacier, Montana
When: Jun 19th, 2021 at 8:30 am