Environmental Rehab

What is environmental rehabilitation? Examples include: planting native species of plants to boost biodiversity in the soil and ecosystem, help minimize water runoff, promote absorption, and begin to reverse harmful chemical and pesticide toxicity levels in our soil and water.

Community gardening to bring the magic of nature back to the hands of society, localizing food sources, minimizing dependence on factory farming and their environmentally negative practices.

Educating people, especially young people, on the problems, but more especially the solutions to environmental issues we are facing today that we as individuals can directly influence in a positive way, such as degrading water and air quality, plastic pollution, overconsumption of natural resources, and an unhealthy society overall.