Earth day is just around the corner! The first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970 when a United States senator organized a rally to raise awareness about environmental issues. The rallies quickly gained popularity and the U.S. government created the Environmental Protection Agency.
This year, Earth Day will fall on Friday, April 22nd. The planet needs our help to thrive and be protected from things like pollution. There are many things we can do every day to protect the health of our planet and its ecosystems. But here are our top recommendations for celebrating Earth Day with your loved ones!
Earth Day Activities:
- Pick up litter
- Plant trees
- Limit your water usage
- Report Pollution
To learn more about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, click here. Earth is our only home, so help us celebrate and protect it for future generations to enjoy!