by Mark E. Schrull
Mother Earth, oh Mother Earth,
You hold my family well.
I laid them in your sweet, sweet dirt,
And bid them all farewell. 154 more words
Today I got up a little after five and as I start this post it’s still dark out. I’m reminded of my dad getting up before everyone during the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. 471 more words
Dunaway, Finis. “Gas Masks, Pogo, and the Ecological Indian: Earth Day and the Visual Politics of American Environmentalism,” American Quarterly 60.1 (March 2008): 67-98.
Abstracted by Natalia Fandel… 343 more words
Richard Bott of British Columbia, writes some of the most beautiful liturgy in the church today. These pieces are for the last Sunday in the Season of Creation (which has been added to many of our liturgical calendars.) and Canadian Thanksgiving. 380 more words
During the 1970s, Americans became increasingly aware of the damage they could cause to the environment around them. In President Nixon’s State of the Union address on January 22, 1970 he too addressed the growing Environmental Movement and its place in the future of the United States. 292 more words