The Earth Harmony Foundation has been making it Earth Day Every Day since 1992, when the Earth Day Mural Was created in North Hollywood.
Through the years the mural has had many revisions, and has survived tagging to send out the message of Earth Day every since 1992
Created in 1992 to commemorate the Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro, this LA County owned land has displayed the Earth Day Every Day mural to pronounce the message of the Earth Summit to thousands of cars each day. Expansion plans include other Earth Day related themes, such as solar panels, solar fountains, recycling and windmills and artwork.
Plans include planting milkweed to attract migrating Monarch Butterflies who only nest upon milkweed.
Originally painted by Dov and Erial, the mural has become a fixture of North Hollywood, and continues to be preserved and kept preserved.
Children can easliy identify with the fun spirit of the mural and bring earth day into their city.
Check out this celebration of Earth Day 2020 and what we can do to make it Earth Day Every Day.
Dov's song, Earthday Everyday was featured at the 1992 Earthwalk at Universal Studios, and was the final song performed at the 1992 Earth Summit Closing concert under a full moon eclipse on Botafoga Beach in Rio, Brazil, as well as performed with Native Americans on stage and with a choir of children singing at the 1992 Windstar Symposium, preceding a concert with John Denver.