Thursday, April 19, 2018

Earth Day: April 22, 2018; Ashley Wells, Pat Macpherson (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
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Post Earth Day sale at Hahamongna Nursery, April 29 (

EARTH DAY is April 22 every year with global activities at
Ancient wisdom has said our world is one way, whereas some scientists throw that all out.
April 22 is Earth Day: This year’s campaign is all about environmental & climate literacy. Stand up! Join up! Take action! Read More  Act Now
Greening Our Schools: Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. They deserve healthy schools in which to study, learn, and grow. Read More  Act Now
Trees for the Earth: Through the Canopy Project, Earth Day Network works on the ground to strengthen communities through tree planting. Read More  Act Now

Reforestation: Our planet is currently losing over 15 billion trees each year—that’s 56 acres of forest every minute. We’re working hard to reverse that trend by supporting global reforestation projects. Earth Day Network’s Reforestation Campaign benefits local communities, increases habitat for species, and combats climate change. Every Tree Counts!

If only we knew what our earth really looks like instead of the lies we are fed by NASA.

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