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OSWEGO, NY – Oswego County Legislature Chairman Fred C. Beardsley (left) presents a certificate to Richard Drosse of the Oswego County Environmental Management Council designating April 21 to 29 as Earth Week 2012.
County Proclaims Earth Week
Oswego County has an abundance of scenic natural areas for its residents and visitors to enjoy.
To mark the occasion and protect these precious land and water resources, residents can clear litter and trash along the roadside, plant trees and establish rain and habitat gardens.
For more information about maintaining a healthy environment and promoting good stewardship, visit www.oswegocounty.com/earthweek.html