PA Parks & Forests Foundation Posts Special Earth Day 50 PA Newsletter
Earth Week is here! And the PA Parks and Forests Foundation has posted a special Earth Day 50 PA newsletter chock full of news about how people all over Pennsylvania are celebrating Earth Day this week as well as activities you and your kids can do.
Rather than describe everything in it, Click Here and explore it yourself!
Earth Day 50 PA
Check out the Earth Day 50 PA website for even more!
For more information on programs, initiatives, special events and how you can get involved, visit the PA Parks & Forests Foundation website. Click Here to sign up for regular updates from the Foundation, Like them on Facebook or Follow them on Twitter or tune in to their YouTube Channel. Click Here to become a member of the Foundation.
At-Home Environmental Ed
Many people are taking advantage of the time at home to learn new environmental skills, teach their kids more about the environment and getting into creating pollinator gardens and vegetable gardens in their own backyards.
Why not you?
Send Your At-Home Environmental Ed Ideas To: PaEnviroDigest@gmail.com
Related Articles - Remembering Earth Day 1970:
Related Articles- Earth Day:
Op-Ed: My Fellow Conservatives Are Out Of Touch On The Environment - Fmr. Gov. Tom Ridge
Op-Ed: 50th Earth Day: Time To Consider Wiser Course - We Are All Of This Earth And Dependent On It - Bernie McGurl, Lackawanna River Conservation Association
Op-Ed: Earth Day 1970 Changed My Life - Carol Collier, The Academy Of Natural Sciences
Op-Ed: Earth Day 50: A Wakeup Call To The Scientific Community - Science Matters -Roland Wall, Director, Ruth Patrick Center For Environmental Research
Op-Ed: Earth Day - 50 Years And Counting - Joanne Shafer, Centre County Recycling Coordinator
DEP’s Blog: Earth Day 50 PA: DEP Staff Reflections
DEP’s Blog: By Acting On Climate, We Help Make Every Day Earth Day - DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell
[Posted: April 20, 2020]
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