Earth Day is still important even if we can’t have a formal gathering to celebrate. I wanted to look at a time when we could gather together, be close, and no one was wearing a mask, just a smile.
We may not live on a farm, but we can grow where we live.
It is all about the soil!
“Earth Day 2017”
by David Proctor
April 23, 2020
Urban Farm Lifestyle Magazine Published Weekly
These pictures are from the Earth Day at Old Mill Park in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
I wanted to show pictures that are happy.
Even though the celebration will not be held this year, we still need to keep in mind how precious the earth and its resources are.
The fact that we are unable to come together in groups, supposed to stay at home, and wear a mask when out in public is a stark change from what you see here.
Keep in mind, this too will pass!
Volume 4 Issue 17 – Earth Day
We have gone to the celebration held each year at Hurkamp Park in Fredericksburg, Va but this year was one of the best.
The weather was beautiful and the crowds of people to see all the exhibits were as big as I think I have ever seen.
I will just show a brief pictorial guide in this article to the events that we were able to see and enjoy.
Linda Bailey – Coordinator (2017)
Friends of the Rappahannock
Home Made Soaps
Rappahannock Bee Keepers Association
Shelter Made From Recyclables
Fly Fishing Demo
David and Kelsey
As you can see, fun was had by all and for a good cause and awareness of the planet, we live on.
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The CLASSIC that LAUNCHED the ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT
by Rachel Carson
Live A Healthy-Sustainable-Regenerative Lifestyle