What did you do for Earth Day (or within a short time of the actual day)?

MILITARY VETERANS Matthew Paquette, left, and Jonathan Segal pitched in to help with storm cleanup at Scarborough State Beach in Narragansett in this 2017 photo. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARTIN GAVIN
MILITARY VETERANS Matthew Paquette, left, and Jonathan Segal pitched in to help with storm cleanup at Scarborough State Beach in Narragansett in this 2017 photo. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARTIN GAVIN
Earth Day was started in 1970 in reaction to an oil spill off the California coast a year earlier. Since then it has grown to global phenomenon with activities and rallies, which the United Nations says more than 1 billion people worldwide take part in. Here are a few actions you could have taken to…

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