How can I Participate in Earth Day?

How can your Senior Parent Participate on Earth Day?

April 22nd is Earth Day! You may ask, what is Earth Day? Earth Day is a day dedicated to reflecting on our impact on our planet.

You may be wondering, “how can my senior parent participate on Earth Day?” Easy. Ask your senior's community how they honor Earth Day.

Here are six questions to ask your parents living community:

  1. Does the community recycle papers and plastics?
  2. Does the community conduct paperless billing?
  3. Are the dining utensils reusable?
  4. What type of lighting does the community utilize?
  5. Does the community compost leftover food?
  6. Is there access to a community garden?

Little changes can make a big difference. Visit HERE to see a full list of “51 ways to restore our Earth."

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