Celebrating Earth Day In Lackawanna State Park
LACKAWANNA STATE PARK, Pa. -- People were boating, hiking, fishing and camping on Earth Day at Lackawanna State Park. "Just seeing the trees change and all sorts of animals, you see here, even seen a bear," said Mike Murphy of Clarks Green, who walks in the park daily. Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 as an annual day to focus on environmental protection and support.