The Earth provides everyone with Clean Water, Air and Soil.
Without Clean Water, Air and Soil, our own Personal Health and the Health of our FUTURE GENERATIONS are ALL at RISK!
It is OUR DUTY to keep her Healthy!
No one can argue that living in a dirty environment is healthy for our bodies.
Therefore, it would be safe to say that the food we grow and organisms that are harvested for our nourishment should also be from clean environments.
A healthy environment ensures our own personal health.
To be a good Steward of the environment, we must do what we can to preserve and restore the health of the planet. Our impact today, will directly effect the environment and future generations of people.
The earth's different but connected ecosystems depend upon each other for their own health.
If the soil is contaminated, the contamination gets into livestock, food we grow and can eventually get into groundwater, river systems and the oceans.
Pollution found on the shoreline is either brought in by wind and waves or high seas. Some garbage is brought to the beach by patrons and left behind.
The earth is composed of many ecosystems that work together. When one is effected negatively the repercussions are felt outside of that ecosystem.
Along with keeping the environment healthy, it is important to restore areas that have been degraded or polluted.
By working together many things can be accomplished. The evidence is all around us.
It is everyone's duty as an member of this wonderful planet, to do as much as we can while being blessed to live here.
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