Earth Day in Wisconsin

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Earth Day is celebrated on April 22nd, yearly and focuses on individuals, organizations, schools, etc, worldwide to demonstrate their commitment to the environment. The first Earth day was in 1970, with its founder being from Wisconsin, senator, Gaylord Nelson. Many activities take place on this day, such as people going around and cleaning up, planting trees, raising money to help with further environmental acts, even something as simple as spending time outdoors to appreciate the environment.


The Idea

how, when and why

Gaylord Nelson

Senator of Wisconsin

Activities

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What can you do?

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