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Arbor Day 2020

Posted by Maria Cristina Chiulli on

Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Friday in April, although some states observe it on dates that better coincide with the local area’s planting times. For instance, Hawaii celebrates Arbor Day on the first Friday of November, and Alaskans celebrate it on the third Monday in May.⁠
⁠Whether taking part to a global event or not, you can celebrate Mother Earth every day by behaving gently: use renewable energy, buy local organic food, walk more and use public transports whenever possible, ditch single use plastics.

Join our Earth Month Challenge: 1 follower/subscriber = 1 tree planted thanks to @onetreeplanted⁠, valid until April 30.⁠

Let's grow a forest together! Tag a friend to spread the word.⁠

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