If getting down and dirty in a neighborhood garden isn't your thing, merchants across the country have come up with plenty of other ways for you to celebrate Earth Day today.
In honor of the 40th anniversary of the worldwide day of environmental awareness, companies are offering a slew of perks and discounts.
"We're seeing more than we saw last year," said Luke Knowles, founder of the deal-aggregating blog Coupon Sherpa. "Companies just want to seem like they're environmentally-friendly, so they're trying to take advantage of this as much as possible. If there's an opportunity, merchants will jump on board to take part."
With Amazon's help, you can read yourself to a greener world. Through the online retailer's Read, Reuse, Recycle program, you can save up to 34 percent on Earth Day books for children and adults.
For less literary shoppers, the company also offers a trade-in program, which allows customers to exchange used movies, DVDs, hard drives and other items for Amazon gift cards.
Babies 'R' Us
Reusable shopping bags make an appearance every Earth Day, but this year Babies 'R' Us is going one step further. With an online coupon that's valid through April 22, customers can get a free tote bag and 25 percent off all clothing and shoes that fit inside.
BBC's Planet Earth
The BBC wants you to celebrate the planet by watching its popular television series documenting natural wonders. To help you get started, the first episode of the "Planet Earth" series can be downloaded free on iTunes from April 12 to April 26.
If you purchase $50 worth of its goods online, Burt's Bees will throw in a free Head to Toe Starter Kit with trial-size natural clearners, lotions and creams. (Just be sure to place your orders by 11 p.m. April 30.)
Cash for Appliances
Did you know that more than 70 percent of the energy used in homes powers appliances, refrigerators, heating, cooling and water heating?
To help families save on utility bills and conserve energy, each state has created a rebate program in which families can trade in old appliances for money to buy more efficient products. Several states have chosen to launch their programs on Earth Day. For details on your state's program, click HERE.
Stop by a Disney store today with six empty plastic bottles or soda cans, and if you can toss the bottles into a bin, you'll receive a free eco-friendly hat. (Disney is the parent company of ABC News.)
If you can't spend Earth Day planting trees, let Hanes do it for you. If you buy three Hanes products, the Arbor Day Foundation will plant a tree. And you'll get a free Earth Day T-shirt in the process.
The offer is good through May 1. Visit the promotion's website for more information.
Bring your skin care product of choice to an Origins store today, and in return, it'll give you a full-size container of one of its chemical-free cleansers. Origins says it'll take a full or empty tube of your product and will recycle or responsibly convert it to energy.
Pottery Barn Kids
At 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. today, Pottery Barn Kids is celebrating Earth Day with giveaways, story time and other activities.