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On this first Earth Day (April 22,1970) I hauled my butt to down to San Francisco. I was still in the Navy then , (I risked being jailed for my participation ) But I went. From early days in school I'd been a treehugger (before it was a thing). It was a smallish celebration as I remember. It made a huge impact on me.
That inspired me to activism. Protests, writing congress, educating those who would listen, planting trees in Oregon and Washington (in fact I have planted a tree or two where ever I have lived this past 50 plus years. ).
Since that day I've honored planet and done what I could to take care of it (in mostly legal ways) , where ever I have lived. Now I live on a mountain in the forest. I'm even more , shall we say assertive in my protection of this land.
We are guests here on Mother Earth We DO NOT own her. It's the only planet we have. So far. We've yet to find another planet to go screw up...
Act accordingly, our lives depend on it.
Go hug a tree you'll feel better for having done so.