This day created in the U.S. in 1872 is observed in Florida & Louisiana in January, but Maine & Alaska hold it in May




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This day created in the U.S. in 1872 is observed in Florida & Louisiana in January, but Maine & Alaska hold it in May

 

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Dave Scatena, a chemican engineer from San Francisco, California
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Jeff Trojan, a marketing executive from Marina Del Rey, California
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Jonathan Lindeen, a senior finance manager from Denver, Colorado (2-day total: $48,802)
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Fun fact: Arbor Day is not celebrated on the same day in every state in the United States, corresponding to when it’s best to plant trees in each respective state. Florida’s and Louisiana’s is the third Friday in January. Alaska is the third Monday in May, and Maine picks the third full week in May. California’s is in March, and in the state where Arbor Day was created, Nebraska, it’s the last Friday in April. Texas even waits until November.

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POSSIBLE SOLUTION: What is Arbor Day?

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