Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day at home with us!

Earth Day was first celebrated in the United State on April 22, 1970 and it went international in 1990. Because this is the 50th anniversary of that first event, big gatherings had been planned all over the world to celebrate. Unfortunately, because of the global pandemic, we must recognize this day at home, mostly alone!

Fortunately, we have many eBooks and eAudiobooks on this topic that can be checked out and read from the comfort of your couch! And after you’re done reading,  check out Earthday.org for more information and things you can do to recognize Earth Day everyday!

Access our Hoopla and Overdrive collections here.. Here are some suggestions for reading:

Environmentalism & Earth Day

Birds and Birdwatching

Composting

Gardening

Climate change

 

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