Every year, we celebrate Earth Day on April 22. This is a day for the earth: for cleaning, remembering, and planning to ensure a positive future for nature. During past Earth Days, events such as river cleanings and the clearing of invasive species has often taken the mainstage in drawing communities together. This year, the holiday is going digital.
My first Six on Saturday post! Featuring philodendrons, Billy Balls, Daffodils, and the inevitable LA smog.
Desertification and Drought Day is an effort to remind people that what we buy and consume comes mostly from the earth.
It looks like we're coming to the end of this whole debacle. Maybe. Probably not quite yet. I already miss going to the park.