World Bamboo Day is a day of celebration to increase the awareness of bamboo globally. Where bamboo grows naturally, bamboo has been a daily element, but its utilization has not always been sustainable due to exploitation. The World Bamboo Organization aims to bring the potential of bamboo to a more elevated exposure – to protect natural resources and the environment, to ensure sustainable utilization, to promote new cultivation of bamboo for new industries in regions around the world, as well as promote traditional uses locally for community economic development.

            September 18th

            September 18th

World Bamboo Day was declared by the Thai Royal Forest Department on 18 September 2009 in Bangkok, during the 8th World Bamboo Congress held at the Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel.

World Bamboo Day was declared by the Thai Royal Forest Department on 18 September 2009 in Bangkok, during the 8th World Bamboo Congress held at the Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel.

 

World Bamboo Day 2016

Join our partner World Bamboo Organization CEO Susanne Lucas this year in Washington, D.C. to celebrate World Bamboo Day at the Smithsonian Institution's National Zoo!

Be at the Zoo on Sunday, September 18 to not only celebrate WORLD BAMBOO DAY, but also the ZooFiesta !