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Editorial: Celebrating Earthday 20
Every april 22, we celebrate earth day! here at the almanac, we believe that caring for nature, plants, and the land is integral to our own health and that individual responsibility lies with each of
’ us! whether its a healing walk through the woods, picking up litter (while walking!),or buying more Tea hr et hg-fr “reie en nd tlh yin pg r so dgruoc wt si.ng ” whisper me Ofmanyanearth-oldmystery.
– – E ben eugene rex ford (18481916)
The 51 st anniversary of earth day: Earth day 2021 will mark the 51 st anniversary of this holiday. typically, earth day is assigned a
different theme or area of focus each year; this years theme is Restore our earth.
Most years, earth day events range from river cleanups to removals of invasive plants. with social distancing still in place for many of us this April, earth day has gone digital. virtual events, such as environmental lectures and films, will take place on earth day( thursday, april 22). to see a catalogofofficialevents,visitearthday.org.
Of course, social distancing doe sn tm ea nth at you cant go outside and enjoy nature, as long as you do so responsibly! nature is not canceled!
What is earth day?
Ever wonder how Earth Day began? The first Earth day wash eldon april 22,1970, when san Francisco activist j oh nmc conn el land wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson separately asked Americans to join in a grassroots demonstration.
Dealing with dangerous ly serious issues concerning toxic drinking water, air pollution, and the effects of pesticides, an impressive 20 million americans 10% of the population ventured outdoors and pro tested together.
When is Earth Day?
Earth Day is always celebrated on April 22 .it followed closely by arbor day, which falls on the last friday in april.
Earth Day Quotes and Poetry:
Earth day quotes and poetry: Wish a friend a happy earth day with one of these beautiful quotes! The thirsty earth soaks up the rain, And drinks, and gap es for drink again. The plants suck in the earth and are With constant drinking fresh and fair. – Abraham cowley( 161867)