Spring has sprung, and that means Easter break is just around the corner. If you're looking for ways to celebrate the season while also being kind to the planet, you've come to the right place! Here are some fun and environmentally friendly Easter break escapes and activities that you can enjoy with family and friends.
1. Go on a nature walk
There's no better way to appreciate the beauty of spring than by taking a nature hike. Find a nearby park or nature reserve and take a leisurely stroll through the trees and wildflowers. Make sure to pack a reusable water bottle and some snacks in a reusable container to stay hydrated and fueled on your adventure.
2. Have a plant-based easter feast
Easter is traditionally associated with meat dishes, but why not switch it up this year and go plant-based? There are so many delicious vegan and vegetarian recipes out there that are perfect for Easter. Not only is it better for the environment, but it is also a great way to try out some new recipes.
3. Make eco-friendly Easter baskets
4. Volunteer for a local environmental organization
If you want to make a real difference this Easter break, consider volunteering for a local environmental organization. There are plenty of groups that need help with things like cleaning up local parks, planting trees, and educating the public about sustainable practices. It's a great way to give back to your community and the planet.
5. Have an eco-friendly Easter egg hunt
If you have kids (or are just a kid at heart), an Easter egg hunt is a classic way to celebrate the holiday. But instead of using plastic eggs filled with candy, why not try a more eco-friendly approach? You can use real eggs or make your own reusable fabric eggs. You can fill them with small treats like stickers, temporary tattoos, or homemade candies. Plus you can compost the egg shells afterward!
6. Take a bike ride
If the weather is nice, taking a bike ride is a great way to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. It is also a fun way to explore your community and see things from a new perspective. Make sure to wear a helmet and bring a reusable water bottle for hydration.
These are just a few of the many ways you can celebrate Easter while also being kind to the planet. So why not try something new this year and make your holiday more sustainable? Who knows, you might just start a new family tradition!