“In every deliberation, we must consider the impact on the seventh generation… even if it requires having skin as thick as the bark of a pine.”
~Great Law of the Iroquois
Earth Day is April 22. I’d like to respectfully suggest that we take the law of the Iroquois into our own hearts and start again. Let Earth Day be a new beginning of doing at least one more thing (or one less thing, depending on the thing), that will benefit those who come behind us. Here are a few suggestions.
Consider one, or all, of these 22 eco-conscious habits.
Up the health of a school. Start or join a project for Green Apple Day of Service.
Wear nothing new. Or take it a step further…buy nothing new (except consumables, duh).
Eat slow. One of the markets I shop in lists the distance that their produce travels to get to their shelves. Buy produce that travels less than 500 miles…that way you know it is in season.
Take out your lawn and plant a garden. Cultivate it with your children, friends, neighbors…spread the wealth!
Have a great weekend….sending some special love to my sis today,