A New York Times article by Julia Rosen titled, Bad Future, Better Future, teaches children what greenhouse gases are and how they came to be. It also walks through two different scenarios detailing a bad future and a good future. It is a good article to read and help children understand the benefit of Earth Day and clean living.
The Atlantic has released the winners of the 2020 World Nature Photography competition. These pictures include stunning images of nature, animals, and humans interacting with nature.
The Regular Meeting of the Riverton Free Library Association Board of Trustees will be on Monday, April 26th at 7:30 pm.
The meeting location will be announced and posted on the Library’s bulletin board closer to the date. It may be in person or on zoom again depending on the regulations at the time.
For all of the gardeners out there, UFSEEDS makes a comprehensive list of the best vegetables to plant in April. They break it down by weather zones and list which vegetable grows best in the different zones. They also have a list of the best things to plant by state at the bottom of the webpage!
The Guardian created this awesome showcase of pictures taken throughout the world by multiple photographers. These pictures range from simple juxtaposition and contrast to stills being taken. This showcase is worth looking at if you need to be cheered up!