Everyone is invited to join in the 5th annual Louisville Earth Walk, a community celebration featuring a non-competitive walk - with virtual participation options. Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 23, 2021, 9am at Hogan’s Fountain Cherokee Park. Details and registration options available at LouisvilleEarthWalk.org


Everyone is invited to join from wherever they are in support of a vision where every neighborhood has safe and clean water, air, and soil. Participants can celebrate our beautiful planet while raising both awareness and funds for the organizations in our city that work to protect and improve the quality of life for all.


This year there are two exciting registration options: The Cherokee Loop Walk option invites participants join us at 9am at Hogan’s Fountain for a celebration and 3.7k walk.  The Virtual/Free-form option invites to get in their walk anytime on October 23 on their own favorite paths and routes in their neighborhoods, nearby parks, treadmills, etc. or to celebrate planet Earth on the same day however they like . . . run, dance, meditate or whatever . . .  from wherever they are.


Everybody is encouraged to post photos of their own personal Earth Walk experiences on social media with the hashtag #LouisvilleEarthWalk so that we can share our love for planet Earth from a safe distance.  We’d love to see selfies, photos of the folks you’re walking with, the plants, flowers and creatures you encounter - all are welcomed and encouraged.


Any and everybody can support the Louisville Earth Walk by making donations here: https://runsignup.com/Race/Donate/KY/Louisville/LouisvilleEarthWalk or by hosting their own fundraising pages on the Earth Walk’s RunSignUp page.


Proceeds will be distributed among the 10 environmental nonprofit organizing partners. They are: Passionist Earth and Spirit Center,  Our Earth Now, Louisville Sustainability Council, Louisville Grows, Louisville Climate Action Network, Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light, Kentucky Conservation Committee, Greater Louisville Sierra Club, Food Literacy Project, and Cultivating Connections.