Earth Day is celebrated April 22 and was set in place to encourage people to take care of our environment. It is important to educate people about our earth and the many ways that we can protect it for future generations. The first Earth day in 1970 marked the beginning of the environmental movement. It was so popular that 20 million Americans participated; since then earth day has spread all across our planet and is now a official United Nations holiday. Earth day has encouraged many acts to go in place which protect our environment from senseless harm. Fly the Earth Day Flag this April 22 to spread knowledge about this important holiday.


The internet has played a huge role in the efforts to  go green. No longer is large amounts of paper needed to convey information across the world. We are able to educate people all over the planet about global warming and boost efforts everywhere. There are many new ways you can use the internet to reduce the amount of paper being used. Send an email, send a ecard, pay a bill online and shop online instead of requesting a large catalog.


There are many easy ways you can go green everyday of the year. This includes recycling, buying green and conserving energy. As a company we are trying to do our part to help the economy, which is why we are bringing earth friendly products to our customers. Check out our products that help you with your needs. We also offer products that are made of recycled materials.You can honor our great country and still go green with our recycled U.S. Flags. You should use solar-power whenever possible to conserve energy. We offer Solar-Powered Flagpole lights individually or in a set. This Earth Day we encourage you to check out local programs to clean up your community.


You may think that one person can not make a difference but if everyone does their part in their small area of the world together we can make a difference! Feel free to share your Earth day photos, activities, poems, celebrations and traditions with us, we would love to hear about them.