I have the singular privilege of living on an island that most people will save all year to visit, in the Puget Sound of Washington State. I feel a particular obligation to protect the wild places due to the honor of living in one. My husband and I have camped, hiked, and backpacked many of our amazing parks. And just like my home, they deserve protection.
Mynephew and his wife and3 children also livein the Seattle area. From timetotime they share their photos and gratitude for living in such a special place. My family are all from the Greater New YorkareaandNewEngland, so thisis new territory for me. I very much hope I shall get to visit themand your beautiful state soon. Thank you for your comments and your commitment to the future of our planet~~not just for us, but for our children, grandchildren and all those who follow.
green space and connection to nature is a human right.. this is worth protecting..
Count me in also!
I took the pledge, we go to many parks as we travel , and we camp at many also we love the trails , and the nature.
Roselawn Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (ROCURC) is transforming a public parking lot in the Gateway Intersection of the Roselawn Business District (Cincinnati, OH) into an urban pocket park that is certified as a National Wildlife Federation Habitat. LIKE US on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Roselawn-Community-Urban-Redevelopment-Corporation-ROCURC/197387833627758
Let's value & protect the connection to nature that parks & open space provide
Lets' stop losing fondest memories of ours and preserve connection to nature!
We really do need more of these simply open spaces where people can roam free, too. Count me in!
It's something we don't think about enough...