West Texas Food Bank to host Kid's Farmers Market on June 3

Earth Day Festival to feature tree giveaways and fun activities at West Texas Food Bank

In partnership with Keeping Midland Beautiful (KMB), the West Texas Food Bank (WTFB) will host an Earth Day Festival at its Midland location on Saturday, April 22, that will include tree and tomato plant giveaways, tomato plant planting, food demonstrations, seed-ball making and other fun activities.

KMB is teaming with TreeKeepers to give away 200 trees at the 6th annual event, which will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at WTFB, located at 1601 Westcliff Drive in Midland.

Along with KMB, WTFB and TreeKeepers, participating organizations include Cracked Egg Acres, Goddard Jr. High Teen Leadership, Llano Estacado Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists, Centennial Park, Midland County Environmental Officer Division, Permian Basin Master Gardeners, Permian Basin Regional Oxy/1PointFive Planning Commission, Tea 2 Go, and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

For more information about KMB, go here. For more information about the WTFB, go here.