Once a year, on Earth Day, we all tend to be a little more conscious about how we’re treating the world we live in. We think about how we live, and the impact that it has on the planet. But what happens for the rest of the year? Do we just let it go, or should we continue on with our efforts?
The below infographic shows you exactly how you can keep up your Earth Day practices year-round to really give back to the earth. But here are three key points that you can start with.
Look After Your Lawn
First of all, you’re definitely going to want to take better care of your lawn. If you’re overusing fertilizers and chemicals, you may find that it then goes on to affect the rest of the ecosystem – and that’s definitely the opposite of what you want to happen.
Next, you’re going to want to make sure that you’re being conscious of what you’re using – how and you use it. Here, we’re not only talking about recycling what you use trash wise, but also what you’re using in the garden. It’s easy enough to set up a water tank to collect rainwater and use it for watering the garden – and this can save on water waste for the garden.
Finally, you may also want to volunteer your time to local organizations that are looking to clear up the community or rivers, parks, and community gardens too.
Infographic Design By Earth Day Tips