Happy Pi Day! I celebrated the nerdiest of holidays by enjoying an organic, vegan, raw pecan pie at ChocolaTree in Sedona, Ariz. And now, I’m getting ready for the next holiday of sorts: St. Patrick’s Day. Here are some tips from around the blogosphere to help you celebrate the green holiday in a green way:

7 tips for a great St. Patrick’s Day. Follow John Platt’s advice on MNN to keep this holiday green — from free downloads of Celtic music to origami shamrocks.

Irish Soda Bread and Other St. Patrick’s Day Treats. John doesn’t recommend making corned beef — but he says nothing against Irish Soda Bread. At Blogher, Kalyn Denny has collected many soda bread recipes to pick from, including gluten-free and whole wheat versions! Just opt for organic ingredients for a greener meal.

Bike to the bar. Drink responsibly — and travel responsibly this St. Patrick’s Day. Sierra Club’s The Green Life blog offers tips on how to find a bar in biking distance with Guiness on tap. Of course, you could make your trip to the bar even greener by opting for organic beer.

10 ways to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day (literally!). Look fashionable and festive on your bike with these style recommendations from Ecouterre. From handmade bow ties to green, pre-loved Jimmy Choos, eco-friendly green accessories can complete your green look.

Have your own green tips for St. Patrick's Day? Share them in the comments.

Green St. Patrick's Day tips
From green fashion to green food, you can make St. Patrick's day one of the eco-friendliest of holidays.