What better way to celebrate Earth Day than giving a hand to mother nature! From planting seedlings to cleaning up our highways there is plenty of work to be done.
The Wilds 14000 International Road, Cumberland, OH 43732
Phone : 740-638-5030 ext. 2424
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Weekdays are also possible with prior arrangements
Help staff members of the Wilds with tasks such as weeding, seed collecting, planting at sites like the Wilds Butterfly Habitat. Even aid in the study and research of Native planting.
3528 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43214
Phone: (614) 846-8802
Email : email@example.com
School Volunteers : Friday, April 15, 2011
General Public Volunteers : Saturday & Sunday, April 16 & 17, 2011
Businesses: Friday, April 22, 2011
Give back to the community, various jobs are in need of being done, contact a staff member to learn more about helping out now.
Licking County Recycling & Litter Prevention
20 South Second Street, Newark, OH. 43055
Phone : (740) 670-5128
Join the LCRLP on the Square to aid in cleaning up Newarks parks and bike trails. Call today for times and locations.
Earth Day Coalition
3606 Bridge Avenue, Cleveland, OH. 44113
Phone : (216) 281-6468
Come be a part of Ohio’s largest Earth Day Event, volunteers are welcomed and needed every year.
Unable to volunteer ? You can still do help out this Earth Day at your own home. Here are a few ways you can help Mother Earth.
Switching to Green Products is a great start, many companies now offer “Go Green Products” that are just as good if not better than traditional cleaning products. Environmentally safe products can be found in most department stores.
Trees are an important part of the eco system, keep life blooming by planting a seedling today.
Recycling. With landfills piling up so fast we all need to learn to buy, use and recycle products. Almost every city, town or village offers a Recycling Center. Check your local listings for the one nearest you.
Litter is another problem we run across ,whether you are at a park, shopping center or walking around the block at home. Take a few minutes of your time and put that gum wrapper, fast food cup or whatever it is in the nearest trash can. If everyone did this instead of walking past it, we could live in a much cleaner world.