City of Lambertville Announces Earth Month 2021!

Photo of Bee
Photo Credit: Mary Anne Borge, Lambertville Goes Wild Team Leader & Editor of Butterfly Gardener Magazine
Lambertville, NJ – The City of Lambertville, New Jersey is celebrating the Earth for the entire month of April, because the Earth is too important for just one day!
We have set up a challenge designed to heighten awareness of the natural world and our part in it, with activities for all ages. They include Zoom programs about the important role that native plants, insects and recycling play in a healthy functional ecosystem; participation in ACME film club discussions about nature documentaries; creating a ‘Show us your bugs!’ poster that will be part of a display at the Lambertville Free Public Library; nature-themed scavenger hunts; gardening, reading and recycling challenges, and more!
Activities are free, and open to all. Participants can log their
accomplishments and earn badges through the Earth Month challenge application on the Library’s website, found at For information about all the Earth Month events and activities, go to
Representatives of many organizations worked together to create Lambertville Earth Month. It is a collaboration of the Lambertville Environmental Commission, Lambertville Goes Wild, the Lambertville Free Public Library, the Parks & Recreation Commission, the ACME Screening Room, Lambertville Public School and South Hunterdon Regional High School, with support from the City of Lambertville.