Earth Day continues an ancient tradition to celebrate the spring, planting and seeding for our future, and visioning an abundant growth/ harvest of our edible crops. Many will take the time to express gratitude for all the Unseen Ones – Angels, fairies, gnomes, elves, and other little people who help manifestation to occur.

The earth is waiting for our care, new seeds, old natives to be installed and just pure enjoyment of Her beauty. Earth Day is a global event of heart connection to others, trees, flowers, edibles, birds, butterflies and hummingbirds, bees, soil critters and all other garden wildlife. We are especially grateful for Senator Gaylord Nelson, the founder of American Earth Day in the spring of 1970.