Turn Earth Day into Earth Month with the Forest Society!

Anna Berry | April 2, 2024
A group of people stand near the ocean and gather around a dog

Volunteers help with cleanup at Creek Farm in Portsmouth.

Each year, Earth Day arrives in the spring as a reminder to do a little more than the year before — whether it’s cleaning up your favorite park or neighborhood trail, connecting kids with nature, or making a donation to support land protection. Celebrated since 1970, Earth Day is the largest secular observance in the world, its organizers say, with more than a billion people taking action to protect the environment.
Here are a few ways you can help us protect our state's natural places in honor of Earth Day on Monday, April 22.



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