Earth Calendar for May 8th and May 9th

May 8, 2013

The American Lung Association's annual "State of the Air" report finds that air quality nationwide continues the long-term trend to much healthier air.

 The strongest progress came in lower levels of year-round particle pollution across much of the nation. Still, many cities that ranked among the most polluted had more unhealthy days of high ozone and short-term particle pollution than in the 2012 report."State of the Air 2013" is the Lung Association's 14th annual, national air quality "report card." It uses the most recent air pollution data, compiled by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the two most widespread types of pollution - ozone (smog) and particle pollution (PM 2.5, also known as soot). The report grades counties and ranks cities and counties based on their scores for ozone, year-round particle pollution and short-term particle pollution levels.To find out if your city is on America's most polluted list or one of our cleanest cities visit the website

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May 9th Hawk Watch at Highland Cemetery Chapel in Ft. Mitchell. Join Highland Cemetery, Wild Birds Unlimited and Raptor Rehabilitation of Kentucky for the first ever Hawk Watch featuring live hawks on Thursday, May 9th 6:30 pm. Following an indoor program, take a short hike thru the cemetery grounds to see nesting Red-tailed Hawks. Highland Cemetery is located at 2167 Dixie Highway in Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017 (across from Kroger). RSVP by calling (859) 331-3229