List of 2017 March for Science locations

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The March for Science was a series of protests that occurred across the United States and around the World on April 22, 2017. The protests were organized due to the perceived hostility of the Trump administration, as well as proposed budget cuts to federal agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Institute of Health. A major goal of the march was convincing government officials to adopt policies in-line with the scientific understanding of issues such as climate change and vaccines.[1] The organizers estimated that over one million people in 650 locations on all seven continents attended. Listed below are several hundreds of the affiliated marches.

March locations in the United States[edit]

State City Estimated attendance Photo Notes
150,000[2][3] March for Science, Washington, DC (34168985286).jpg The main event in Washington, D.C. begain with a rally and teach-in on the grounds of the Washington Monument (in spite of rain); Bill Nye, an honorary co-chair, addressed the crowd;[4] other speakers included Questlove and Dan Abrams. Also present was Denis Hayes, co-founder of the first Earth Day in 1970. The crowd of marchers then proceeded down Constitution Avenue to the National Mall where scientists and others discussed their work and the importance of evidence-based policy.[4][5]
 Alabama Auburn 250[6] Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship building - Magnolia Avenue, College Street and Gay Street
Birmingham 2,000[7] Linn Park
Huntsville 1,100[8][9] The march ended at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.
Mobile hundreds[10] Bienville Square[10]
Montgomery 200[11] Oak Park[12]
 Alaska Anchorage 2,000[13] A rally was held at Delaney Park Strip, followed by a march to C Street for Anchorage Museum Earth Day Fest.[14]
Atka Island 1[15] Ecology researcher Bruce Wright, the only scientist on this island (population <100), held up a small sign for a Twitter pic: “Science is Truth”[15]
Dillingham 100[16] UAF Bristol Bay Campus[17]
Fairbanks 1,000+[18] More than 1,000 met at Ryan Middle School for speeches, music and activities, and an up and down Airport Way. The event was preceded by a People's Climate Rally on the parking lot of Lathrop High School (Alaska) and followed by Earth Day activities at Barnette Magnet School[18]
Homer 100[19][20] Homer High School parking lot - Pioneer Avenue - Homer Council on the Arts[21]
Juneau 350-600[22] The crowd rallied at the Alaska State Capitol before marching to the Renewable Juneau Fair at Juneau-Douglas High School.
Ketchikan march planned from Wolff Point to Ketchikan Visitors' Bureau[23]
Palmer 364[24] Town Square - downtown Palmer
Seward event planned at the Harbor Master[25]
Skagway[26] 90[27] Alaska Marine Highway System Ferry Terminal - Skagway Elks Lodge 431 - Broadway[28]
Tok Memorial Park - AK Highway[29]
Toolik Lake 17[30]
 Arizona Chino Valley[31]
Flagstaff 1,000[32] Protestors marched from Thorpe Park to city hall, where Representative Tom O'Halleran gave a speech.[32]
Lake Havasu City 70+[33] A group of people gathered at the corner of McCulloch and Acoma Boulevards in front of Octane Wine Garage,[34] then walked approximately three miles down McCulloch Boulevard, across the London Bridge and back again.
Phoenix 3,000[35] - 8,000[36] March for Science Phoenix (34430133231).jpg At 10 AM, the march started in front of the Historic City Hall with speakers and a rally. The protestors proceeded down Jefferson Street, then traveled to Fifth Street, up to Washington Street and ended their protest at First Avenue. A row of educational booths dedicated to science were set up at the protest site.[36]
Sedona 59[37] The Women's March Sedona March for the Earth and March for Science;[38] Creative Gateways - Thai Spices[39]
Show Low 200[40] Officially named the White Mountains March for Science.[41]
Tucson 2,700[42] A planned march had been officially canceled in favor of a rally due to budgetary concerns. However, about two hundred scientists and supporters of the "Women's March for Science" marched from Amory Park to El Presido Park, were 2,500 people had gathered for a rally. Tucson police blockaded traffic along the march route.[42]
 Arkansas Fayetteville 500[43] Hundreds marched in drizzly rain down Dickson Street and into a University of Arkansas auditorium.
Fort Smith few dozen Ross Pendergraft Park[44]
Little Rock 1,000+[45] Hundreds gathered at the Arkansas State Capitol;[45] the march was organized by the local Sierra Club and the Museum of Discovery.[46]
 California Arcata 3,000[47] Marchers walked down 11th Street toward the Arcata Plaza.
Berkeley 2,000[48] "This is the only orange muppet I trust to tell me about science" (33368454254).jpg The rally, organized by UC-Berkeley graduate students, took place at Sproul Plaza. Speakers included integrative biology professor Nipam Patel, graduate students and others.[49] After the rally, the march went through downtown Berkeley.
Cambria 50[51] Residents gathered in a downtown park for speeches and subsequent demonstration along the town's sidewalks.
Chico 2,500-3,000[52] Trinity Commons
Crescent City Held a teach-in rather than marching.[53]
Fort Bragg hundreds[54] Bainbridge Park / Earth Day Festival at Fort Bragg High School
Fresno 1,000[55] Radio Park - Blackstone Avenue[56][57]
Fullerton 1,000+[58] Fullerton City Hall[59]
Grass Valley 150[60] Held at Downtown Grass Valley Safeway Parking Lot[61] as the satellite march for Nevada County.
Hanford 15[62] corners at Lacey Boulevard & 12th Avenue
Hayward Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center[63][64]
Hemet 40-50[65] Hemet Democrat Headquarters - Hemet City Hall[66]
Indio At the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival[67]
Kelso Mojave National Preserve[68]
Lancaster event planned at corner of Ave L and 10 Street West[69]
Livermore 1,500-1,800[70] Participants gathered at Livermore High School.[71]
Long Beach 500[72] Atlantic Blvd; from San Antonio Drive to Houghton Park
Los Angeles 50,000+[73] 2017 04 22 March for Science (6)c.jpg The march went from Pershing Square to City Hall[74][75] with speeches by Lucy Jones, Tom Steyer and Allison Schroeder beginning at noon.[76] Former NASA astronaut Garrett Reisman led the rally in an electric vehicle.[77]
Merced event planned at Courthouse Square Park[78]
Modesto 400+ About 300 people were expected to participate in Modesto's march, starting at Modesto Junior College east campus; hundreds more stopped in at the destintation point of Graceada.[79]
Monterey 1,000+[80] March for Science Monterey.jpg Colton Hall - Window on the Bay Park[81]
Ojai 200[82] Libbey Park - Ojai Valley Woman's Club
Olympic Valley At Tahoe-Truckee Earth Day, both a morning March for Science and an afternoon Community March for Science were held.[83]
Pacifica Pacifica State Beach[84]
Palm Springs 100+[85] Sunrise Park
Pasadena 1,000[86] California Institute of Technology - Memorial Park
Quincy 100+[87] march along Main Street
Redding hundreds[88] Hundreds marched down Cypress Avenue.[89]
Ridgecrest 77[90] the march was followed by a community clean-up of trash.
Riverside hundreds[91] Superior Court building - Riverside City Hall
Sacramento 10,000–15,000[92] Edp53 Earth Day Sacramento (34048083812).jpg Southside Park - Capitol Building
San Diego 15,000[93] Demonstrators marched from Civic Center to Waterfront Park holding a wide variety of signs. Climatologist Ralph Keeling of the UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography spoke to the crowd.[93][94] Another march was held on a Scripps marine biology research cruise at sea.[95][96]
San Francisco 50,000[97][98] San Francisco An "enthusiastic and peaceful crowd" gathered at Justin Herman Plaza, where scientists addressed the crowd before a march up Market Street to Civic Center,[99] where activities and events were held.[100][101]
San Jose 10,000[70] The March for Science Silicon Valley[102] left San Jose City Hall and traveled to Plaza de César Chávez,[103] where Stanford University biophysicist and Nobel laureate William Moerner, neuroscientist and actress Mayim Bialik, U.S. Representative Zoe Lofgren and others spoke.[70][104][105]
San Luis Obispo hundreds[106] Hundreds of people in "a jubilant and peaceful crowd" gathered at Emerson Park.
Santa Barbara 5,000[107] March for Science, Santa Rosa, California (34142135791).jpg Thousands crowded into De La Guerra Plaza for speeches by renowned Santa Barbara scientists, then marched to Alameda Park, site of the Earth Day Festival.
Santa Cruz 4,000[70] Santa Cruz City Hall - San Lorenzo Park[108]
Santa Rosa 2,000+[109] Juilliard Park - City Hall
Sonora nearly 250[110] Courthouse Park - Opera Hall
Stockton thousands[111] Stockton's annual Earth Day Festival was held at Victory Park.[112][113]
Tehachapi 100+[114] Central Park
Walnut Creek 1,500[70] People rallied and marched at Civic Park.[115] U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier and state Sen. Steve Glazer spoke at the event.[70]
Yosemite National Park 150[116] Yosemite Village Visitor Center - Sentinel Bridge Parking Lot[110]
 Colorado Aspen 300+[117] Paepcke Park[118]
Avon 100[119] Nottingham Park - Avon Road[120][121]
Breckenridge 300[122] South Gondola Parking Lot - Riverwalk Path to Main Street Station
Carbondale 180[123] Alice March for Science; Goat Kitchen & Bar parking lot - Crystal River Trail along Hwy 133[124]
Colorado Springs 800-1000[125] Demonstrators gathered outside Colorado Springs City Hall in favor of science and opposed to anti-intellectualism and climate change denial.[125]
Denver 15,000[126] - 20,000[127] Thousands of scientists, teachers, students and supporters of science from cities across Colorado participated at Civic Center Park.[128]
Estes Park 250[129] Stanley Park[130]
Grand Junction 900[131] Grand Valley residents marched from the old R-5 High School to Lincoln Park[131][132]
Gunnison Legion Park, corner of Teller St and Tomichi Ave[133]
La Junta downtown La Junta[134]
Telluride 200-250[135] Elks Park[136]
 Connecticut East Haddam 300+[137] Several events were held: March for Science: 50 mL Fair[138] at East Haddam Grange, & Satellite Vigil for March for Science[139] & Earth Day Poetry Read-In[140] at Two Wrasslin' Cats Coffee House
East Lyme 500–1,000[141] March along Niantic Bay Boardwalk, from Hole in the Wall to Cini Park[142]
Hartford 1,200[143] On a rainy day, 1,200 people gathered at the Mortensen Riverfront Plaza. Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman spoke.
New Haven 1,000-2,000[144] Protesters gathered in the East Rock neighborhood. The crowd was addressed by Senator Richard Blumenthal and Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Rob Klee.[144]
 Delaware Lewes 200[145] Canalfront Park.[146] Lewes Mayor Ted Becker was present for the rally.
Newark 600+[147] The march started at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark. It then proceeded down South Main Street and South College Avenue.[147]
 Florida Clearwater event planned at Crest Lake Park[148]
Fort Lauderdale event planned at Esplanade Park[149]
Fort Myers 1,200[150] For lack of securing a venue in Naples, Southwest Florida March for Science held its march in Fort Myers,[151] from Centennial Park to a nearby court house via Monroe Street.[152][153]
Fort Pierce 200+[154] The Treasure Coast March for Science was held at Museum Pointe Park and along Seaway Drive.[154]
Fort Walton Beach 300+[155] Emerald Coast Science Center
Gainesville 1,000+[156] The Gainesville March for Science (33406231854).jpg Marchers walked from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium to Bo Diddley Plaza.[157][158]
Jacksonville hundreds[160] Hundreds gathered at Jacksonville Landing in downtown Jacksonville.[161]
Lakeland 120+[162] Munn Park - march around Lake Mirror
Miami 1,000+[163] More than a thousand people rallied at Museum Park, where a number of speakers addressed the crowd. People then marched along Biscayne Boulevard to the Government Center in downtown Miami.[163]
New Smyrna Beach 425[164] Several hundred people[165] attended an afternoon Earth Day event at The United Church of Christ, then marched a 3-mile loop up the North Causeway and over the bridge.[166]
Orlando thousands[167] Thousands marched through Lake Eola Park.[168] Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer attended.[167]
Pensacola ~100[169] A march was held at Bayview Park[170][171]
Sarasota 1,000+[172] The march began at Five Points Park, and took those rallying down Pineapple and Orange Avenues to J.D. Hamel Park, whence people demonstrated along U.S. 41.
St. Augustine 500[173] Some 500 marchers walked through Lincolnville, starting and ending at the Willie Galimore Community Center.[173]
St. Petersburg[174] 2,000-5,000[175] Thousands marched at Poynter Park.[175][176]
Tallahassee 4,000+[177] Tallahassee, Florida More than 4,000 people marched from Anita Favors Thompson Plaza near Railroad Square to the Old Florida Capitol.[177] Florida State University oceanography professor Jeff Chanton and others spoke.[178] A planned march in Panama City whose permits were not approved joined the Tallahassee march.[179]
Titusville hundreds[180] Space View Park
West Palm Beach several hundred[181] People gathered at two events: a Meyer Amphitheater gathering and a march from Dreher Park to Trump's Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach.[181]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Athens 600+[182] Marchers gathered on the federal Courthouse grounds[183] (in excess of a limit of 400 people) for a rally, before marching to Herman C. Michael Park.[182]
Atlanta 4,000[184] - 10,000[185] Marchers assembled around Candler Park. Police estimated a headcount of 4,000; organizers estimated 8,000–10,000.[185]
Augusta CSRA March for Science[186][187]
Brunswick 250+[188][189] Gateway Park - Queen's Square, by way of Newcastle St[190][191]
Savannah[192] ~100[193][194] People gathered at Johnson Square on East Bryan Street and marched along Bull Street to Forsyth Park.[195]
Statesboro 80+[196] Georgia Southern University campus (Biological Sciences Building - Russell Union Rotunda)[197]
 Hawaii Hilo 300+ More than 200 local scientists, researchers, teachers, students and science supporters gathered for the event's kick-off rally and evening march on Friday at Hilo Bayfront's soccer pavilion. The march continued Saturday morning with 100 supporters joining the procession of the annual Merrie Monarch Royal Parade.[198]
Honolulu 2,700+[199][200][201] At least a thousand marchers walked from the University of Hawaii at Manoa to Old Stadium Park, and back.[202]
Lihue 300+[203] corner of Ahukini Road and Kapule Highway
Maui 50[204] A morning march was held on the Great Lawn of the UH Maui College Campus in Kahului.[205][206] Later in the day, a "Swim for Science" was held (with waterproof signs and tarps, and underwater cameras).[96]
 Idaho Boise 1,000[207] BoiseMarchForScienceCrowd.jpg On the steps of the Idaho State Capitol,[208] march organizers took issue with "gag orders on some government science agencies, potential deregulation and cuts to others and a reliance on 'alternative facts.'"[207]
Idaho Falls[209] 413[210] Snake River Landing[211]
Pocatello nearly 500[212] outside Frazier Hall, Idaho State University campus - Pond Student Union Building
Twin Falls ~60[213] Dozens of people from across the Magic Valley region protested in front of the county courthouse from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM. Interviewed protestors stated that their numbers peaked at 60.[213]
 Illinois Carbondale few dozen[214] A morning march (LIFE Community Center - Turley Park) was held in conjunction with the All Species Puppet Parade, and a separate march (SIU Morris Library Foundation) was held in the afternoon.[214]
Champaign-Urbana 5,000+[215] Protesters gathered in downtown Champaign near the Orpheum Children's Science Museum and marched.[215]
Charleston 60[216] Coles County's first Science Fest, formed by the group Coles for Science,[217] was held near Lake Charleston, with a march from the fishing pier to the red barn.[218]
Chicago 60,000[219][220] 2017 March for Science Chicago on Earth Day (34182189206).jpg Tens of thousands of people met at Grant Park for a rally filled with speeches from several prominent Chicago area scientists. People then marched down Columbus Drive to the Great Ivy Lawn at the Field Museum,[221] for a three-hour science expo. The crowd size far exceeded organizers' expectations of 40,000,[220] so much that at one point Chicago police pleaded with the public for latecomers to stay home instead.[222][223]
Geneva 300[224] The march started at Geneva train station and ended at Island Park. Attendance was noted to be higher than expected.[224]
Normal 100[225] "Dozens upon dozens" of demonstrators gathered at Uptown Circle, marched through Uptown, and ended the march on the quad of Illinois State University.[225]
Palatine 469[226] Palatine Public Library[227]
Peoria 500[228] Gateway Building
Rockford dozens[229] The protest started in Joe Marino Park.[229]
Springfield 700+[230] Over 700 protesters gathered in front of the Illinois State Capitol. Senator Dick Durbin addressed the crowd.[230]
 Indiana Angola 20 Soldiers Monument, Public Square; rally organized by the Community Coalition for Change[231]
Evansville 500+[232] First Presbyterian Church - Four Freedoms Monument on Evansville's Riverfront
Indianapolis 10,000[233] Bicentennial Plaza on the west side of the Indiana State House
Lafayette 400[234] Riehle Plaza
South Bend 1,128[235] Howard Park - Jon R. Hunt Memorial Plaza in front of the Morris Performing Arts Center[236]
Terre Haute 172[237] Wabash Valley March for Science; Dede Plaza - Seventh Street and Wabash
 Iowa Cedar Falls 300[238] The march and rally took place at Overman Park with state Senator David Johnson as the first speaker.[238]
Davenport 200[239] The protest was held at Fejervary Park.[239]
Decorah several hundred[240] Mary Christopher Park - Winneshiek County Courthouse[241]
Des Moines 3,000[242] The demonstration took place at the Iowa State Capitol.[242]
Dubuque (April 23) small park north of the Grandview Ave/Hwy 20 Bridge[243][244]
Independence two dozen[245] First Ward Park, across from Buchanan Clerk-District Court - City Square at the corner of First Street and 3rd Ave[246]
Iowa City 400-500[247] Several East Iowans spoke at the Pentacrest before a march through downtown Iowa City took place.[247]
Mason City event planned at Central Park, N Federal and 1st St N.E[248]
Tipton Courthouse on Main Street[249]
Williamsburg An eight-day, 80-mile "Climate Justice Unity March" was planned, starting at Little Creek Camp in Williamsburg, IA on April 22, and ending at the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines on April 29.[250][251]
 Kansas Manhattan 200+[252] Kansas State students and faculty and other members of the Manhattan community gathered at the quad, then marched down to Aggieville.
Mound City event planned at 315 Main St[253]
Topeka 300+[254][255] Hundreds gathered outside the Kansas State Capitol.[256][257]
Wichita[258] 1,000+[259] Old Sedgwick County Courthouse - Mid-America All-Indian Center
 Kentucky Bowling Green 250[260][261] Thompson Complex, Western Kentucky University - Fountain Square Park[262]
Lexington hundreds[263] Hundreds marched in the rain[264] from Fayette Circuit Courthouse, through downtown Lexington, to 5/3 Pavilion.[265]
Louisville hundreds[266] The march was postponed to Sunday, April 23 due to Thunder Over Louisville, an annual airshow and firework festival. Protesters marched from City Hall to the Kentucky Science Center and back.[267]
Paducah 80+[268] People from western Kentucky marched from Fountain Avenue and Broadway to Dolly McNutt Plaza[269] in cold and damp weather.[268]
 Louisiana Baton Rouge hundreds[270] Hundreds of pro-science demonstrators gathered at North Boulevard Town Square and marched to the Louisiana State Capitol.[270]
Lafayette 200[271] Protesters marched down Cajundome Blvd.[272]
Monroe 50+[273] Ouachita Parish Courthouse - City Hall[272]
New Orleans 5,000[274][275] Thousands gathered at Duncan Park/City Hall Plaza,[276] including a "sizable contingent" of scientists belonging to the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA), which was holding its annual conference in the city.[277] The AAPA had canceled its plenary session so that participants could attend the March for Science.[278] People then marched down Poydras Street to South Peters Street and Canal Street.[276][277]
Shreveport 250[279] Caddo Parish Courthouse - downtown Shreveport.[272]
 Maine Gouldsboro[280] Peninsula School parking lot, 71 Main St., Prospect Harbor[281]
Machias[282] 75+[283] University of Maine at Machias’ science building
Orono 200[284] - 350[282] Despite a cold drizzle, an estimated 200 to 300 rallied on the University of Maine campus,[284] in front of Fogler Library.[280] A letter from Sen. Angus King was read at the event.[282]
Portland 1,000[280][285] March For Science Signs (34116220722).jpg About a thousand people marched up Congress Street from City Hall Plaza to Congress Square Park.[285]
Sanford[280] 60[286] Central Park - march around town[287]
Unity[280] Unity College (TerraHaus - Unity House)[288]
 Maryland Annapolis 400-450[289] Lawyers Mall, Bladen St - march downtown
Ocean City 150[290] People rallied and marched down the Boardwalk.[146][291]
 Massachusetts Amherst 1,000[292] Hundreds of people from across western Massachusetts gathered at Amherst Town Common,[293] then marched along North Pleasant Street.[292]
Boston[294] 70,000[295] Boston Thousands gathered on Boston Common on a rainy day,[296] in a rally with enough science supporters to pack the Common along Charles Street from Boylston to Beacon.[297] Speakers included former EPA director Gina McCarthy, who warned that EPA budget cuts "could roll back progress on our air and water quality that could weaken health protections for millions of Americans," Harvard and MIT professor George M. Church,[298] MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito[299] and Boston University PhD student Alicia Wooten.[295][300]
Falmouth 600[301] The protest was held on the Falmouth Village Green, followed by a short march to Falmouth Public Library.[302] Members of a number of scientific organizations in Cape Cod such as Marine Biological Laboratory, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and International Fund for Animal Welfare attended.[303]
Great Barrington 180[304] W.E.B Du Bois River Park
Pittsfield 250[305] - 400[306] Pittsfield Common
Worcester 300[307] Institute Park
 Michigan Alpena 250[308] National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration center (NOAA) - Chisholm Street - Culligan Plaza
Ann Arbor 10,000–15,000[309] Thousands rallied on the Diag at the University of Michigan.[309]
Big Rapids 21[310] Top Taggart Field, Ferris State University campus - State Street - Perry Ave intersection[311]
Cheboygan 45+[312] Lincoln Street Bridge.[313] Attendance according to organizers.
Detroit 3,000[314] March for Science IMG 20170422 145340 (43673887242).jpg Thousands joined the March for Science Detroit at Hart Plaza, and marched up Woodward Ave.[314]
Grand Rapids hundreds[315] Hundreds, if not thousands, of people rallied at Courtyard Marriott[316] near GVSU's downtown Pew Campus, then marched over the Grand River crossing to head towards Rosa Parks Circle.[317]
Houghton 500[318] Houghton/Hancock Portage Lake Lift Bridge
Kalamazoo hundreds[319] Marchers gathered at Western Michigan University and marched down Michigan Avenue to Bronson Park.[319]
Lansing 2,500[320] An estimated 2,500 gathered on the Michigan State Capitol lawn.[321] Speakers included Dr. Abdul El-Sayed and former state Senator Gretchen Whitmer.[320]
Marquette 250+[322] Berry Events Center - Federal Building (Post Office), Washington Street
Midland 500+[323] Carpenter Street School - Hines Street to Ashman Street - Chippewassee Park
Petoskey 500[324][325] Hundreds assembled near the US post office at Howard & State Streets, then marched to the corner of East Mitchell Street and U.S. 31, outside People's Park[326][327]
Sault Ste. Marie 135[328] Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan City Hall - march downtown[329]
Ypsilanti 300[330] Mark-Jefferson Science Complex, Eastern Michigan University - Riverside Park
 Minnesota Alexandria 50[331][332] Calvary Lutheran Church parking lot - Broadway to Third Avenue[333]
Bemidji 300[334] Protestors marched from Bemidji State University to the city's Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox statues. Many participated in a round dance before heading back to BSU for a science festival.[334]
Brainerd 300[335] People gathered in Gregory Park before marching west down the sidewalk on Washington Street, crossing the Mississippi River, circling Walgreens on Northwest Fourth Street and returning to the park.[335]
Duluth thousands[336] Leif Erikson Park - Lakewalk - Maritime Museum, Canal Park[337][338]
Grand Marais 170[339] Arrowhead March for Science; Cook County Community Center - Harbor Park[340]
Grand Rapids 130+[341] Northern Community Radio (KAXE/KBXE) - Grand Rapids High School[342]
Moorhead nearly 200[343] Minnesota State University Moorhead campus - Veteran's Memorial Bridge
Morris 225[344] Morris March for Science 2017 (29) (34211239405).jpg The march started at the entrance to the University of Minnesota, Morris campus, traveled down Fourth Street to Atlantic Avenue, down Atlantic and ending at the Morris Theatre.[344]
New Ulm 100+[345] Hermann Heights Park
Northfield 400+[346] NFLD March for Science; Bridge Square - Weitz Center[347]
Park Rapids nearly 40[348] A peaceful demonstration was held at a corner of Hwy. 71
Rochester 900[349] The march began at the Peace Plaza, headed along Second Street Southwest past the Rochester Public Library and into Mayo Park, and then returned to the Peace Plaza for a rally.
Saint Paul 50,000[350] Kids Climate March, Minnesota March for Science (33431454543).jpg The march proceeded from Cathedral Hill Park to the Minnesota State Capitol.[351]
 Mississippi Hattiesburg Held with the Women's March for Progress, which had been postponed in January due to a tornado.[352][353]
Jackson (postponed) A march planned outside the State Capitol was postponed because of a threatening weather forecast.[354][355]
Long Beach 100[356] University of Southern Mississippi's Gulf Park Campus
Oxford 100[357] Participants marched from the University of Mississippi to the Square.[357]
 Missouri Columbia hundreds[358] Hundreds of people of all ages from the Mid-Missouri region gathered at a rally at the Boone County Courthouse, followed by a march at Eighth Street and Peace Park.[358]
Joplin 200+[359] Main Street, downtown Joplin
Kansas City 5,000[360] Washington Square Park, at Pershing Road and Grand Boulevard.[361] Speakers included state Sen. Barbara Bollier (R) and state Rep Brett Parker (D).
Maryville march planned: Memorial Bell Tower on the Northwest Missouri State University - Nodaway County Courthouse[362][363]
Rolla 100+[364] Technology Development Center at Innovation Park - Fairgrounds Rd, Kingshighway, & Bishop Ave[365]
Springfield nearly 1,000[366] Jenny Lincoln Park - Park Central Square. State Rep. Crystal Quade said, "I'm with what looks like almost 1,000 people in support of science."[366]
St. Joseph dozens[367] march through downtown St. Joseph
St. Louis few thousand[368] The march started at Union Station and progressed down Market Street to Luther Ely Smith Square in front oft the Gateway Arch, where a number of speeches were given.[368]
 Montana Billings 30+ Instead of a march, a day-long event was held at ZooMontana, which included speakers, booths and hands-on activities for both kids and adults. At noon, about 30 people gathered at the amphitheater to watch the puppet show put on by Citizens' Climate Education of Billings titled "Montana Dogs: Dozens of Good Solutions."[369]
Bozeman hundreds[370] At Montana State University, people rallied outside Centennial Mall, where a number of speeches were given.[371] Participants then marched to Gallatin County Courthouse.[372][373]
Great Falls 200+[374] University of Great Falls campus
Helena 600[375] Centennial Park - Memorial Park
Missoula hundreds[376] Protestors assembled in Caras Park,[377] then marched across the Clark Fork River via the Orange Street bridge and along the Kim Williams Trail.[378]
 Nebraska Hastings 50[379] At Hastings College, members of the Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) marched from Ninth St. to Burlington Ave, then returned to campus along Seventh St; SEAC later held a rally outside Hazelrigg Student Union.
Kearney 40+[380] University of Nebraska at Kearney - the MONA
Lincoln hundreds[381] Nebraska Union - Nebraska State Capitol[382]
Omaha 1,000[383] Elmwood Park - Aksarben Village.
 Nevada Las Vegas hundreds[384] Hundreds showed up at Las Vegas' Arts District.[385] U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen spoke at the event.[386]
Reno 2,000[387] Federal Building at Liberty and South Virginia Streets - Civic Plaza[388]
Spring Creek 45[389] Spring Creek Marina[390]
 New Hampshire Concord 2,000[391] A couple thousand protesters gathered at the State House plaza, marched for a few blocks downtown then returned to the State House for a rally.[391]
Portsmouth several hundred[392] Occupy NH Seacoast March for Science took place at Market Square.[392]
 New Jersey Atlantic City 250+[393] People rallied on the Atlantic City Boardwalk on Albany Avenue (in the rain).[394]
Princeton 2,000+[395] Hinds Community Plaza - Witherspoon St & Nassau St - Monument Hall at Princeton University
Trenton nearly 1,000[396] March for Science, Trenton NJ (33835742580).jpg Marchers walked from Trenton War Memorial to the New Jersey State House Annex, calling for environmental protection and climate change action.[396]
 New Mexico Alamogordo 40-45[397] on the corners of White Sands Boulevard and 10th Street
Albuquerque 4,000[398] About 4,000 science supporters gathered at Civic Plaza; scientists from the University of New Mexico, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Nature Conservancy spoke at the event.[398]
Las Cruces 600[399] The march began and ended in Plaza de Las Cruces.
Roswell 15[400] North Main Street; in front of the Chaves County Courthouse
Santa Fe few thousand[401] Thousands of local people filled downtown streets in a march to the State Capitol for a rally in support of scientific pursuits and against what they saw as attacks on everything from climate change to vaccinations. Speakers included Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales, U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján[401] & U.S. Sen. Tom Udall.[402]
Silver City 100+[403] Western New Mexico University - Earth Day celebration in Gough Park
Socorro 200-300[404][405] Joseph A. Fidel Student Center, New Mexico Tech campus - School of Mines Rd - Socorro Plaza[406][407]
Taos A Saturday march was planned to start at Taos Integrated School of the Arts and head down Paseo.[408]
 New York Albany thousands[409] Thousands gathered at West Capitol Park in front of the New York State Capitol.[409]
Binghamton 100+[410] Confluence Park - Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Promenade
Buffalo 2,000+[411] A couple thousand people marched from Soldier Circle, up Lincoln Parkway, to Delaware Park, where they rallied behind the Rose Garden against what they called an attack on science.[412]
Corning 84[413] The Twin Tiers March for Science took place at the Corning Painted Post High School parking lot.[414]
East Meadow Cornell Cooperative Extension of Nassau County held a rally at East Meadow Farm,[415] which wrapped up with a "march" for science around the property.[416][417]
Ithaca 500+[418] Hundreds gathered at the Bernie Milton Pavilion on Ithaca Commons.[419]
New York City 40,000[420] March for Science NYC (22140).jpg Amidst rainstorms, thousands lined up at Columbus Circle and marched down Broadway from 59th Street to Times Square,[420] calling upon Trump "to reconsider proposed government budget cuts that could affect the future of the field."[421][422]
Plattsburgh 100+[423] Trinity Park - SUNY Plattsburgh - Discover Service Earth Day Festival at U.S. Oval on the “Old Base”
Poughkeepsie hundreds[424] Science March Hudson Valley took place in Poughkeepsie, where hundreds marked down Main Street to Waryas Park.[425]
Rochester 1,800+[426] MarchForSciencePassesFirstUniversalistChurch.jpg Rochester's March for Science began at Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Park,[427] and headed through downtown to the Hyatt Regency Hotel on East Main Street, where the city held its first ever Science Expo.[428]
Rockville Centre Center For Science, Teaching, & Learning (CTSL), Tanglewood Preserve[429][430]
Saratoga Springs 300-400[431] Congress Park - City Center
Schoharie event planned at the lawn of Lasell Hall on Main Street[432]
Stony Brook 500[430] Stony Brook University - Circle Road Bike Path
Syracuse 1,500[433] The rally was held in Clinton Square.
Utica 250[434] A march was held at Oneida Square Roundabout,[435] followed by a rally at DeSales Center.[436][437] Attendance estimate by organizer.
Watertown 160[438][439] A rally was held at the JB Wise Pavilion, followed by a trash cleanup along the Veterans’ Memorial Riverwalk.[438]
 North Carolina Asheville 2,000+[440] The march started at Aston Park and continued to the Vance Monument.[440][441]
Beaufort 250[442] Protestors marched from Grayden Paul Park to the Carteret County Courthouse,[443] where they listened to several speeches. At 3 PM, a tree was planted at the courthouse to commemorate Earth Day.[442]
Charlotte 1,000[444] Marshall Park
Elizabeth City dozens[445] march hosted by Elizabeth City State University (ECSU) & Port Discover Science Museum[446]
Greensboro nearly 1,000[447] Governmental Plaza - Civil Rights Museum
Morganton 94[448] Burke County Democratic Party Headquarters - old Burke County courthouse[449]
Raleigh few thousand[450] Science March, Raleigh, NC (34164463836).jpg Thousands marched from Shaw University to Moore Square[451] for a rally and community science fair.[452] Among the marchers was US Congressman David Price.[453][454]
Washington 250+[455] march hosted by Beaufort County Indivisible[456]
Wilmington 750[457] Roland Grise Middle School gymnasium - Hugh MacRae Park
 North Dakota Grand Forks hundreds[458] rally held at University Park
 Ohio Athens 300+[459] Richland Avenue Park - Howard Park
Cincinnati thousands[460] Protestors gathered in Fountain Square, where they listened to speeches from scientists. They then marched to City Hall and the Cincinnati Public Library.[461]
Cleveland 10,000+[462] Cleveland The rally took place in Public Square in downtown Cleveland. "No immediate crowd estimates were available, but the crowd appeared to be as large as the one here for January's Women's March, which drew 15,000. Late in the day, city event planners estimated that 10,000 participated."[462][463]
Columbus 2,000[464]-4,000[465] Columbus March for Science.jpg Thousands rallied at the Ohio Statehouse, followed by a march to Columbus Commons where other events were held.[465]
Dayton 1,200-1,500[466] Courthouse Square
Delaware 41 Hamilton-Williams Campus Center - City Hall; Ohio Wesleyan University[467]
Findlay Hancock County Courthouse[468]
Mansfield few dozen[469] Activities and outreach at Central Park, no marching.[470]
Mount Vernon 45[471] Hamilton-Williams Campus Center - City Hall; Ohio Wesleyan University[472]
New Philadelphia Tuscarawas County March For Science; Courthouse on the square - Tuscora Park[473][474]
Oxford hundreds[475] Armstrong Student Center - Slant Walk. Oxford Mayor Kate Rousmaniere spoke at the event.
Toledo several hundred[476] International Park - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Bridge - Imagination Station[477]
Wooster several hundred[478] Young and old gathered at the gazebo in Public Square.[479]
Yellow Springs 30[480] Xenia Avenue & Limestone Street[481] - Corry Street - Farmer's Market[482]
Youngstown 200[483] march around Wick Park; rally at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown[484]
Zanesville 24[485] Zanesville's March for Science was originally scheduled for April 29,[486] but bad weather forced organizers to hold a rally inside the Muskingum County Courthouse and postpone the march to May 20.[485]
 Oklahoma Oklahoma City 2,000+[1] Oklahoma State Capitol
Tulsa ~800[487] A few hundred people participated in the Tulsa Science March at Johnson Park, and about 500 attended the annual Earth Day festival (held at the same location) over the course of the day.[487]
 Oregon Ashland 150[488] A planned parade was canceled after organizers were unable to pay over-time fees for the city staff needed to manage traffic.[489] Despite the cancellation, around 150 people marched from Garfield Park to ScienceWorks, a local museum.[488]
Astoria 50[490] People stood in the rain outside Astoria Post Office at 8th and Commercial Streets.[490]
Bend 600[491] A short march started in front of the Bend-LaPine Schools Education Center;[492] crowd size given by an attendee. Joining in from the city of Sisters, 25 miles away, were members of the Sisters Science Club, which, having hosted a 5-day "Celebration of Science in Sisters," did not hold its own satellite march on Saturday.[493]
Coos Bay event planned at Coos Bay Boardwalk[494][495]
Corvallis 4,000-5,000[496] Benton County Courthouse - Central Park
Eugene 2,000[497] March for Science (33370240214).jpg Participants rallied at the campus of the University of Oregon in Eugene before marching to the federal courthouse. U.S. Representative Peter DeFazio spoke.[497]
Grants Pass hundreds[498] Riverside Park[499]
Klamath Falls 100+[500] The march started in the downtown area of Klamath Falls at noon. Other events included an Earth Day Fair at Mills Elementary School.
Newport 675[501][502] On a rainy Saturday, over 600 people held an indoor rally at the visitor wing auditorium of the Hatfield Marine Science Center, then headed outdoors for a march (which had been planned rain or shine).[503][504]
Pendleton 225[505] Roy Raley Park - Court Avenue / Pendleton River Parkway. March organizer and former USDA employee Andrea Mann had said, "a lot of researchers and scientists who work for the federal government locally don't feel as if they can risk attending the march."[506]
Portland 10,000+[507] Portland Thousands of demonstrators, including many young families, turned out to the Tom McCall Waterfront Park for Portland's March for Science rally.[508] U.S. Representatives Suzanne Bonamici and Earl Blumenauer, among others, addressed the crowd.[509][510]
Roseburg 150+[511] Roseburg High School - Stewart Park
Salem 1,000+[512] More than a thousand people demonstrated on the Oregon State Capitol grounds.[512]
St. Helens march planned to start at Highway 30 and Columbia Boulevard[513]
 Pennsylvania Beaver Beaver County Courthouse[514][515]
Bethlehem 500+[516] Payrow Plaza, next to Bethlehem City Hall
Bradford ~dozen[517]
Doylestown hundreds[518] State and Main Street intersection - Bucks County Courthouse on Court Street
East Stroudsburg[516]
Erie 600+[519] Perry Square Park
Hawley WildHaley Parade[514][520] and Earthfest Jam[521] at Bingham Park
Lancaster nearly 200[522] Hundreds rallied in Penn Square.[522]
Meadville 100-110[523] Diamond Park[524]
Philadelphia 10,000[525]–20,000[526][527] March for Science Rally in Philadelphia (33401284124).jpg Thousands gathered on the west side of City Hall, then marched down Market Street to Penn's Landing.[528][529] Event organizers said that more than 20,000 people had participated,[526] while Philadelphia police estimated 10,000.[525] Among the many participants was Dr. Paul A. Offit, co-inventor of the rotavirus vaccine.[525]
Pittsburgh 5,000+[530] Science-march-2017-pittsburgh-1510424 (34163353576).jpg Thousands gathered at Bigelow Boulevard in Oakland and marched outside the Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh campus.[531][532]
Selinsgrove US Post Office, South Market St.[533]
Sharon 135+[534] Shenango Valley March for Science
State College 200+[535] Allen Street Gates - Pattee Mall, Curtin Road, Bigler Road & Pollock Road
Wilkes-Barre 100+[536] The Rally for the Planet and March for Science took place outside Luzerne County Courthouse.[536]
 Puerto Rico San Juan 600[537] - 700[538] Plaza Colón - Pabellón de la Paz, Luis Muñoz Rivera Park[539][540]
 Rhode Island Providence hundreds[541] Hundreds rallied at the Rhode Island State House.[542] U.S. Representative David Cicilline spoke.[543]
 South Carolina Charleston hundreds[544] Hundreds gathered at Liberty Square; Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg addressed the crowd.[544]
Columbia 1,000+[545] State House steps and lawn
Greenville few hundred[546] A rally was held at ONE City Plaza. The Clemson satellite march joined Greenville rather than hold a separate march.[547]
Myrtle Beach 24[548] Members of The Ocean's Keeper, a group of students from Coastal Carolina University, held a community beach cleanup by the Boardwalk[549]
Spartanburg 65[550] event planned at Bethel United Method Church[551]
 South Dakota Aberdeen 29[552] Dozens marched from Central Park through downtown Aberdeen.[553]
Pierre 30[554] Federal building at the corner of Pierre Street and Sioux Avenue - Steamboat Park
Rapid City nearly 1,000[555] Participants marked from the Surbeck Center at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology to the Earth Day Expo at Central States Fair Grounds. Attendance was higher than expected by organizers.[555]
Sioux Falls hundreds[556] Carnegie Town Hall - Dakota Avenue - Falls Park West[557]
 Tennessee Chattanooga 1,000[558] Around a thousand people gathered in Chattanooga's Main Terrain Art Park to show support for science and oppose the Trump administration's proposed cuts to science research.
Knoxville 500+[559] Participants rallied in the rain at the Ayres South Lawn on "the Hill" at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus, then marched to the John J. Duncan Federal Building downtown.[560]
Memphis hundreds[561] Despite rain, hundreds marched from Gaston Park to LeMoyne-Owen College.[562]
Nashville 4,000[563] Some 4,000 people turned out for the March for Science and Climate, held in downtown Nashville's Legislative Plaza.[563]
 Texas Alpine[564]
Amarillo 300[565] City Studios at Sunset Art Gallery - Medical Center Park
Austin 10,000[566] Thousands gathered on the south lawn of the Texas Capitol, beginning the event with teach-ins.[567] On the local march's Facebook page about 10,000 expressed interest in going. Close to 6,000 said they went.[568]
Beaumont 0 Beaumont's march was cancelled on March 30, three weeks before Earth Day.[569][570]
College Station 50+[571] march around Simpson Drill Field, Texas A&M University[572]
Corpus Christi dozens[573] Dozens of local citizens marched along the city's bayfront.[573]
Dallas 3,000[574] The march started at Dallas City Hall and ended at Fair Park.[575][576]
Denton 400+[574] Chemistry and Environmental Science buildings at the University of North Texas - Ann Stuart Science Complex at Texas Woman’s University[577]
El Paso hundreds[578] March for Science 2017 El Paso.jpg Mundy Park - San Jacinto Plaza[579]
Fort Worth 1,000[580] - 1,500[574] The march began outside the University of North Texas Health Science Center.[580]
Georgetown 61[581] Historic Courthouse[582]
Houston 15,000[583] 2017 March for Science Houston TEL 4828 (34183128506).jpg The Houston event, which started at Sam Houston Park and ended at City Hall, was expected to be one of the largest in the nation. Organizers initially anticipated about 10,000 marchers, but they estimated as many as 15,000 showed up.
Lubbock 200+[584] Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA)
Midland 11[585] intersection of Wadley and Big Spring, in front of Wells Fargo[586]
San Antonio 1,700+[587][588] March For Science 2017 - San Antonio, Texas 08.jpg Hundreds rallied at San Pedro Park and marched around the campus of San Antonio College, "advocating for a broad spectrum of scientific concerns."[589]
Sherman 30[574] courthouse square
Wichita Falls 6[590]
 U.S. Virgin Islands Charlotte Amalie Addelita Cancryn Junior High School Ground[591]
Frederiksted After the march, people broke into groups and picked up trash along the beach or gathered near Fort Frederik for conversations about preserving the land and sea environments[592]
 Utah Cedar City nearly 200[593] Main Street Park near the Cedar City Library - Gerald R. Sherratt Library, Southern Utah University campus
Logan 500[594] Utah State University and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Logan Tabernacle - Historic Cache County Courthouse
Moab 100+[595] Swanny City Park - 100 North and around downtown
Park City 350[596] Brew Pub parking lot - Santy Auditorium.[597] Park City Mayor Jack Thomas addressed the crowd.[596]
Salt Lake City 3,000+[598] Several thousand people marched in Salt Lake City, gathering at City Creek Park and walking to the Utah State Capitol.[599][600] Nobel laureate Mario Capecchi, a professor at the University of Utah, addressed the crowd.[598][601]
Springdale Part of the Zion Canyon Earth Day celebration; lawn of the Bit & Spur Restaurant - Canyon Community Center[602]
St. George Town Square Park[603]
 Vermont Brattleboro Positive Geek, 12 Flat St.[604][605]
Burlington Royall Tyler Theatre, UVM[605] - Waterfront Park[606]
Montpelier hundreds[156][607] From today's science march (34204709275).jpg The rally took place on the Vermont State House lawn.[605][608][609]
Rutland 70[610] About 70 people gathered for talks at the Rutland Free Library before marching down West Street[605]
 Virginia Blacksburg 900[611] At Virginia Tech,[612] hundreds rallied on Henderson Lawn, then marched through town and on to Squires Student Center, where they gathered at Old Dominion Ballroom.[613]
Charlottesville hundreds[614] IX Park - Sprint Pavilion
Lynchburg 30+[615] Dozens rallied at the traffic circle at the intersection of 5th and Federal Streets.[616]
Martinsville 200+[617] At least 200 people visited the Virginia Museum of Natural History for its ninth annual Earth Day Festival,[618] which culminated in a March for Science down Oakdale Street, up East Church Street and Starling Avenue and back to the museum (60+ people, according to march organizers).[619]
Norfolk thousands[620][621] People gathered at The Plot in the NEON arts district,[622][623] then marched up Granby St to the parking lot at O'Connor Brewing Co.[621][624]
Richmond A community teach-in took plane at Gallery 5, followed by a march from Abner Clay Park.[625][626]
Staunton 175 75 people marched in the rain from downtown Staunton to Gypsy Hill Park Gym, where an additional 100 people attended an indoor teach-in event.[627]
Williamsburg 25[628] Protestors marched around Colonial Williamsburg, between Merchant's Square and the Capitol building. Organizers had not obtained a protest permit, so protestors were divided into groups of fifteen to fall beneath gathering limits.[628]
Winchester 250[629] Old Court House Civil War Museum - Loudoun Street Mall - East Piccadilly Street[629] / Winchester City Hall[630]
 Wake Island Wake Island 3 Underwater march.[15]
 Washington Bellingham 2,000[631] Bellingham City Hall - Bellingham Public Library. A number of speeches were given, including one by former astronaut Wendy Lawrence.[631]
Chehalis 75[632] outside Vernetta Smith Chehalis Timberland Library
Coupeville 100+[633] The "Whidbey Stands for Science" rally and march took place at Lions Park.[634]
Ellensburg 150[635] US Post Office - CWU's Student Union Recreation Building;[636][637] event hosted by Kittitas County Democrats[635]
Olympia 4,000-5,000[638] Demonstrators gathered for a rally at the Legislative building and marched to Heritage Park, where more speakers addressed the crowd and additional activities were held.[638]
Port Angeles 300-350[639] North Olympic Group (NOG) and Olympic Climate Action[640] held a Celebration for Science event at Port Angeles City Pier & Feiro Marine Life Center (no indication of a march, per se).[641]
Pullman 1,000[642] Pine St. Plaza - Reaney Park[643]
Richland hundreds[644] The Tri-Cities March for Science[645] & Celebration of Science[646] took place at John Dam Plaza.
Seattle 20,000[647] Seattle Thousands marched from Cal Anderson Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood to Seattle Center.[647] Biochemist and University of Washington professor emeritus Eddy Fischer, the winner of the 1992 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, attended.[648] Rally speakers included Governor Jay Inslee.[649]
Shelton 60+[650] Loop Field at Evergreen Elementary - downtown Shelton - Mason Transit Authority Transit-Community Center
Spokane thousands[651] Riverfront Park[652] - Spokane City Hall. At one point, the marchers who filled the route along Spokane Falls Boulevard stretched nine city blocks.[651]
Tacoma 1,000+[653] More than a thousand marchers gathered at Tollefson Plaza.[653]
Wenatchee hundreds[654] Wenatchee Memorial Park
White Salmon 330[655][656] Rheingarten Park[657]
Yakima 200[658] Downtown Yakima - Performance Park;[659] march organized by local nonprofit Act Yakima and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Yakima[658]
 West Virginia Buckhannon People marched in freezing rain outside the Upshur County Courthouse, then held a "Celebration of Science" in Jawbone Park.[660][661]
Huntington 255[27] - 300[662] Around 300 supporters filled Heritage Station.[663] A planned march in Charleston was canceled, with marchers encouraged to participate in Huntington.[664]
Morgantown 500[665] About 500 people gathered outside West Virginia University's Woodburn Hall before the march.[665]
 Wisconsin Appleton 400+[666] Lawrence Memorial Chapel - corner of College Avenue and Appleton Street; rally at Houdini Plaza
Ashland several hundred[667] Main Street march to Ashland Bandshell
Eau Claire nearly 350[668] UW-Eau Claire campus: Phillips Science Hall - Owen Park - Phoenix Park[669]
Green Bay 450[670] rally at The City Deck; march along Fox River
Hayward[671] 60+[672] Protestors gathered at the municipal parking lot, then marched to the Sawyer County Courthouse and later to U.S. Route 63.[673]
Kenosha 250+[674] Gateway Technical College
La Crosse 250+[675] Weigent Park
Madison 4,000-5,000[676] 1-sci mar3 (33392532414).jpg Thousands participated in a March for Science that began at James Madison Park and ended at the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Library Mall. Speakers included chemistry professor Bassam Shakhashiri and Tia Nelson, daughter of Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson.[677] Madison also held its Climate March at the State Capitol the same day (about 2,500 people).[678][679]
Marshfield 427[680] - 500+[681] Organizers of the march, which began at Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library, counted 427 people marching through downtown, and over 500 attending the rally held at Oak Avenue Community Center.[682][683]
Milwaukee 2,000[684] Rally participants gathered at Red Arrow Park and marched in downtown Milwaukee, passing by Milwaukee Public Museum, Central Library and other academic institutions.[685] In addition to the Trump administration's proposed cuts to science and research, protesters also expressed opposition to the administration's proposals to cut the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative from the federal budget.[684]
Minocqua 200+[686] Calvary Lutheran Church - Torpy Park
Oshkosh 300[687] Roe Park - downtown Oshkosh[688]
Rice Lake 100+[689] Rice Lake High School parking lot - Knapp-Stout Park[690]
Stevens Point 25 Science/Climate March community group photo op planned at bus stop on Main Street, next to Shopko[691]
Webster 3[692] Squirrel Ridge Farm[693]
 Wyoming Cody 170+[694] Cody City Park
Jackson Hole hundreds[695] Home Ranch visitor center - Town Square
Laramie several hundred[696] Hundreds met on the lawn of the southwest corner of University of Wyoming campus at 9th St and Ivinson Ave,[697] then marched down Ivinson Ave to the downtown plaza.
Pinedale 50+[698] American Legion Park - Ridley's, Pine Street[699]
Yellowstone National Park[700] 208+[701] Outside the Visitor Center at Old Faithful,[702] in lieu of a literal march, two staffers set up a table for a petition signing event, as a way for both park employees and tourists to reach their representatives in Washington re climate change.[703] Over 200 signatures were collected.[704]

March locations outside the United States[edit]

Listed below are 154 marches outside the United States in support of the 2017 March for Science.

Country City Estimated attendance Photo Notes
 Antarctica Neumayer-Station III 7[705] Seven German scientists, stationed in the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research's Antarctic research station Neumayer-Station III over the winter, exited the station to show their support for the march. Weather conditions were reported to be below freezing with twenty-six mile per hour (42 km/h) wind gusts.[705]
 Argentina Buenos Aires The group Jóvenes Eclogxs en Red organized a “mateada por la Ciencia” at Faculty of Agronomy of the University of Buenos Aires.[538]
 Australia Adelaide 220[706] Rally held on the upper terrace lawns outside the South Australian Museum.[707]
Brisbane 1,000+[708] Brisbane Marchers walked from Reddacliff Place to Parliament House, Brisbane
Cairns 500+[709] Cairns Esplanade
Canberra 1,000+[710] More than 1,000 people gathered at Parliament House.[710] Karlie Noon, a graduate student in Astronomy and Astrophysics (Australian National University); Geoff McNamara, the 2014 recipient of the Prime Minister's Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools; Emily Banks, one of the 2015 recipients of the Medical Journal of Australia/MDA National Prize for Excellence in Medical Research (Australian National University); and Will Steffen (Australian National University) spoke at the march.[711]
Hobart 138[712] rally held on Hobart's Parliamentary House lawns[713]
Launceston 50+[714] The first Tasmanian March for Science was held at University of Tasmania's School of Architecture and Design.
Melbourne 4,000[715] Melbourne Marchers gathered at State Library Victoria for opening speeches, then walked down Swanston & Bourke Streets to Parliament House for final speeches, then resumed marching along Spring Street to Treasury Gardens.[716] Former Labor science minister Barry Jones addressed the crowd.[715]
Perth hundreds[717] rally outside Commonwealth Bank at Forrest Place[718][719]
Port Macquarie 40[720] - 60[721] Supporters marched from Town Beach to the Town Green;[722] a meeting followed at the Port Macquarie Historic Courthouse.[720]
Sydney 3,000[715] At the March for Science Sydney rally in Martin Place, University of New South Wales climate scientist Angela Maharaj, sociologist Eva Cox, and former Liberal Party leader John Hewson addressed a crowd of 3,000.[715]
Townsville 125+[723] rally held at Strand Park[724][725]
 Austria Vienna 1,600[726] - 3,000[727] A "Science Picnic" was held at Sigmund-Freud Park, followed by a march through Vienna's City center that ended at Maria-Theresien-Platz.[728] Police estimated 1,600 people, while organizers put the number at 3,000.[729]
 The Bahamas Hope Town Wine Down Sipsip, Queen's Hwy[730]
 Bangladesh Dhaka 300[731] A small group of protestors gathered at Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University.[732]
 Belgium Brussels 200[733] At Albertina Square, marchers protested against cuts in the grants available for science and the upcoming rise of pseudoscience. Charlotte Thorley and comedian/scienceblogger Lieven Scheire were the organizers.[734]
 Bhutan Wangdue Phodrang[735] 28[736]
 Brazil Belém Theatro da Paz[737]
Manaus 300-400 The march started at 4:45 pm in downtown at the intersection of Sete de Setembro and Eduardo Ribero, and continued on the Praça do Congresso. Attended mainly by professors, researchers and students from UFAM, INPA, UEA and Fiocruz.
Rio de Janeiro National Museum of Natural History[538]
São Paulo 200[731] Organizers were unable to obtain a permit to hold a march, so a number of educational tents containing information on scientific research were set up in the city. The University of São Paulo displayed scientific artifacts, including their insect collections and hominid skull casts in some of the tents.[731]
 British Virgin Islands Tortola Earth Day volunteer cleanup near Myett's Garden and Grill at Cane Garden Bay[738]
 Canada Calgary 400[739] Calgary Hundreds gathered at Olympic Plaza, outside City Hall.[739][740]
Edmonton several hundred[741] Several hundred people attended a rally at the Alberta Legislature Building.[741]
Halifax 250[742][743] Hundreds gathered for the Halifax Grand Parade, outside City Hall.[744]
Hamilton 300+[745] Hamilton City Hall
Lethbridge 25[746] grounds of the University of Lethbridge
London, Ontario 100+[747][748] NW corner of Victoria Park[749]
Montreal hundreds[750] Place Emilie-Gamelin[751][752]
Ottawa 600-700[753] Parliament Hill[754][755]
St. John's Alexander Murray building (3rd floor lobby) - Bruneau Centre[756]
Saskatoon 200[757] Victoria Park, Saskatoon
Sudbury 80[758][759] Laurentian University students led a march along Paris Street to Memorial Park.[758][760]
Toronto 3,000[761] Marchers walked from Nathan Phillips Square to Queen's Park to "celebrate Canadian science and the role that science plays in our society ... and to stand in solidarity with American scientists who are facing obvious struggles with the current government and its support for science."[761]
Vancouver 500+[762] At least 500 marchers made their way to Science World.[762]
Victoria 750[763] Centennial Square, City Hall - Legislature[764][765]
Waterloo, Ontario hundreds[766] Waterloo Town Square - King Street
Windsor, Ontario 100+[767] Assumption Park - march along the riverfront
Winnipeg nearly 200[768] Manitoba Legislature
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia[769]
 Cayman Islands George Town[770]
Little Cayman 17[771] - 23[772] rally held at Southern Cross Club[773]
 Chile Antofagasta[774]
Santiago[775] 4,500[538][776] In Chile, Santiago was one of the seven cities in the country where the march took place.[538]
 Colombia Barranquilla[538]
Bogotá 300[538] Plaza de Bolívar[538]
 Costa Rica San José 250[538] march thru the main streets organized by students from the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the National University (UNA)[538]
 Croatia Rijeka[777]
Zagreb 2,000+[778] Zagreb Several thousand people gathered in Zagreb[777]
 Denmark Copenhagen 5,000[779] Copenhagen Niels Bohr Institute - Christiansborg Slotsplads[780]
 Ecuador Urcuquí 250[538][731] The march from Yachay Tech University to the town's central park[731] was made to support the government's scientific policy and coincided with the celebration of the triumph of president-elect Lenín Moreno.[538]
 Fiji Tokoriki 2[781] Julie Robson, a former lemur geneticist, and her 7-year-old daughter joined the New Zealand marchers in spirit from a Fiji beach.[731]
 France Bordeaux 500[782] - 700[783][784] Hundreds marched along the Bordeaux quay from the eco-citizen house (Pont de Pierre) to Cap Sciences (Pont Chaban-Delmas).[785]
Brest 100-150[786] Les Capucins[786]
Clermont-Ferrand Jardin Lecoq[787]
Grenoble 400[788] - 550[789] Paul Mistral park - Jardin de Ville[788]
Lyon 400[790] Place Raspail - La Mairie de Lyon - Place Bellecour[791]
Marseille 500[792] - 1,000[793] Marseille Hundreds of people gathered at the Hôtel de Ville, and marched around the Vieux Port to the Ombrière pavilion.[794]
Montpellier 800[795] Hundreds gathered at Peyrou Esplanade, where participants formed the word "SCIENCE" in letters large enough to be photographed from space by one of the Pleaides satellites.[796] People then marched to the Place de la Comédie.[797]
Nancy 340[798] Porte Sainte-Catherine[799][800]
Nantes 500[801] Place du Bouffay[802] - Brittany Tower[801]
Nice 300[803] Place Garibaldi[804]
Paris 5,000[805] An estimated 5,000 participants marched from Place Valhubert near Jardin des Plantes to Place Saint-Michel.[806] The Société Française de Physique, the Ecole Normale Supérieure and the University d'Orsay participated. "Science does not stop at the door of laboratories! " said Adrien Jeantet, a young physicist at the origin of this mobilization. Also present, mathematician Michel Broué & Akito Kawahara, a biologist from the University of Florida in Paris.[805]
Rennes 200[807] Espace des Sciences[808]
Strasbourg 350[809] Place Kléber - rue des Grandes Arcades - Place du Corbeau - Quais des Bâteliers & des Pêcheurs - Palais Universitaire[810]
Thonon-les-Bains 161[811] Thonon Police Station parking lot - Place des Arts[812] / Bernex Haute-Savoie[813]
Toulouse hundreds[814] La Prairie des Filtres[815]
 Germany Berlin 11,000[816][817] Berlin Marching took place between the Humboldt University and the Brandenburg Gate.[818]
Dresden 2,000[819] Minister of Science of Saxony, Eva-Maria Stange, spoke to the large crowd gathered at Theaterplatz.[820][819]
Frankfurt am Main 2,500[821] Frankfurt Bockenheimer Warte - Römerberg
Freiburg 2,500[822][823] Freiburg Platz der Weißen Rose, inner courtyard of Albert Ludwig University - Augustinerplatz[824]
Göttingen 1,400[825] - 2,500[818][825] Gänseliesel - Uni-Campus (Platz der Göttinger Sieben)[826][827]
Greifswald 300[828] - 400+[829] Greifswald Greifswald Marktplatz[830]
Hamburg 2,000[792][831] Hamburg Rathausmarkt - main building on the University of Hamburg[832][833]
Heidelberg 1,800[834] Heidelberg Friedrich-Ebert-Platz[835] - Uniplatz. Despite the drizzle, not only Heidelberg residents but also guests from Mannheim, Karlsruhe and Mainz poured into the old town.[834]
Jena 1,000[836][837] Jena University of Jena's main building - Carl-Zeiss-Platz / Ernst-Abbe-Platz[838]
Kassel 250[839] Bebelplatz
Köln/Bonn 1,000[816] - 1,500[840] University of Bonn Hofgartenwiese[841]
Leipzig 1,100[842] - 1,300[843] Leipzig Naturkundemuseum[844][845]
Munich 3,000[818][846] Munich Karlsplatz - Münchner Freiheit - Siegestor[847]
Rostock 250[828] Town Hall, Neuer Markt - University main building[848][849]
Stuttgart 250-400[822] Stuttgart Schlossplatz.[850] Police estimated 250 marchers; march organizers, 400.
Trier Porta Nigra[851]
Tübingen almost 3,000[852] Thousands met at the Neckarinsel, then marched through the old town, accompanied by music, going through the old botanical garden and arriving at the new auditorium in Neuen Aula, where a rally was held.[853]
 Ghana Accra 100+[854] March for Science supporters conducted a teach-in at a hotel near Accra's beachfront. They taught about issues important to Accra's citizens, such as the damage plastic waste was causing to local aquatic wildlife.[855]
 Greenland Kangerlussuaq 20[856] About 20 people in this tiny outpost of 499 people participated. The rally was organized by Mike MacFerrin, a Ph.D. student at the University of Colorado who is studying the ice sheet.[857]
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Did not hold a march as part of their gathering.[858]
 Hungary Budapest 200[859] Budapest The March started at Széchenyi István tér, in front of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences' building, and ended at Fővám tér.[860]
 Iceland Reykjavík hundreds[861][862] Skólavörðuholt hill - city center[863]
 India Coimbatore[864] ~120[865] Over 200 were expected[866] to march around Race Course.[867][868]
 Ireland Dublin 600[869] Grand Canal Dock - the Dáil.[869]
 Italy Bologna Le Serre Dei Giardini Margherita[870]
Carmine Superiore 1 Only 2 people live here and one was away at the time of the March. Neutral attendees included 7 sheep and 9 cats.
Caserta University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli" - Royal Palace[871]
Florence Piazza di San Lorenzo[872]
Milan 55+[873] Via Principe Amedeo[874]
Potenza Piazza Mario Pagano[875]
Rome thousands[876][877] Thousands gathered at Piazza della Rotonda, near the Pantheon, and marched to Campo dei Fiori.[878][879]
 Japan Tokyo 50-60[732] The march started at Hibiya Park and ended at Tokyo Station.[732]
 Malawi Blantyre[880] 70[881] Doctors, researchers, clinicians and science supporters gathered to Stand Up For Science. Much of the work in Malawi is funded by agencies threatened by U.S. budget cuts.
 Mexico Cuernavaca[882] hundreds[883] Plaza de Armas[884]
Mexico City hundreds[731] Marchers protested against cuts to the National Council of Science and Technology and to the accused theft of state funds by the former governor of Veracruz. The march started at the Angel of Independence and ended at Zócalo.[731]
 The Netherlands Amsterdam 3,000[885] Thousands gathered on the Museumplein.[886][887]
Maastricht hundreds[888] Maastricht Plein '92 - Wijck & city center[889]
 New Zealand Auckland 300-400[732] Protestors marched up Queen Street. After the march, the protestors assembled in Albert Park to listen to speakers, including microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles and James Shaw, a co-chair of the Green Party.[732]
Christchurch 250 Christchurch Participants gathered in front of Canterbury Museum and marched to Cathedral Square, where a rally was held.[890]
Dunedin 300[891] Museum Reserve
Palmerston North 234[892] The Square
Wellington several hundred[816] Civic Square - National Museum at Te Papa courtyard[893][894]
 Nigeria Abuja 100[895]
3[896] Three researchers displaying a March for Science Banner walked over 140 miles to collect data on snow depth for NASA climate research. They had planned to stay at the North Pole through April 22, but left on the 21st after melting ice threatened the integrity of their runway.[896]
 Norway Bergen hundreds[897] Tårnplassen[898]
Bodø Hundholmen Brygghus[899]
LongyearbyenSvalbard 110[900] University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS) Science building - Miner's statue in the town square[901]
Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard 40[731] An estimated forty scientists marched through the research town, which is located in the Arctic Circle.[731] A team of seven Norwegian scientists posed in front of a statue of Norwegian polar explorer Roald Amundsen in support of the march.[705]
Oslo[902] 1,000[903] Rådhusplassen[904]
Stavanger Fiskepirterminalen (Tau Ferry)[905]
Tromsø 200[731] A number of speeches were given in the town's market square. Speakers included local politicians and Jan-Gunnar Winther, the director of the Norwegian Polar Institute.[731]
Trondheim 400[906] Kongsgårdsgata 1 - Trondheim Torg[907]
 Panama Panama City 500[538] march in Calzada de Amador (150 scientists involved)[538]
 Philippines Quezon City 200[908] Members of gathered at the Quezon Memorial Circle to show support for the scientific community.[909]
 Poland Warsaw 14[910] small gathering near the Nicolaus Copernicus Monument outside the Warsaw Scientific Society building[911]
 Portugal Lisbon few hundred[912][913] Largo de São Mamede - Rua da Escola Politécnica - Largo do Carmo[914]
 Romania Cluj-Napoca 50[915] The march took place on the route Union SquareHeroes' AvenueAvram Iancu Square – 21 December 1989 Boulevard – Union Square.
 Slovakia Bratislava[916] 100[917] Stará Tržnice - Jakubovo námestie[918]
 South Africa Cape Town Observatory Swimming Pool, Willow Rd - Cape Town Science Centre[731][919]
Durban 200[920] The march started at city hall and ended at the South African Research Council. Organizers encouraged women and young participants to pursue work in scientific fields.[920]
 South Korea Busan several dozen[792] A group of enthusiastic scientists gathered at the Korean War Veterans Memorial statue,[792] conducted some group chants, and marched around the perimeter of the park.
Seoul 1,000[731] Organizers set up fifteen educational booths in front of the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts to communicate information about various scientific fields, including biology and robotics. Ten speeches were given starting at 2 PM. At 3 PM, protestors marched from the Sejong Center to the Gwanghwamun district and back.[731]
 Spain Barcelona 600+[921] At Scientists Dating Forum (SciDF),[922] a roundtable discussion was held that included journalists, scientists and science policy officials. A "pro-science manifesto" was read in Spanish, Catalan, and English.[731]
Madrid few hundred[923][924]
Seville hundreds[924]
 Sweden Gothenburg 1,000[925] Gustav Adolfs Torg - Götaplatsen[926][927]
Luleå[928] 100+[929] Gula paviljongen
Stockholm 2,500+[930] Mariatorget - Medborgarplatsen[931]
Umeå[928] 300[932][933] Umevatoriet at Umestans business park - Renmarkstorget[934]
Uppsala[928] 200+[925] Stora Torget[935] - Ångström Laboratory[936]
  Switzerland Geneva 600[937]
 Uganda Kampala 70[938] - 84[27]
 Ukraine Kyiv ~100[939] Shevchenko Park - Maidan
 United Kingdom Bristol 2,500[940] Bristol Planetarium in Millennium Square[940] - two-mile march loop through the city (Park St)[941]
Cardiff[942] few hundred[943] The Senedd building, Cardiff Bay - Techniquest Science Discovery Centre[944][945]
Edinburgh 2,000+[946] Edinburgh Waterloo Place - Scottish Parliament
London 10,000[947] London Marching took place between the Science Museum and Parliament Square. Jon Butterworth called the issue "not very partisan" in the UK.[947] Doctor Who actor Peter Capaldi joined the march.[948]
Manchester 300[949] Protestors assembled in Albert Square outside Manchester Town Hall.[950]
 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City 6[732]

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