The Earth Belongs to All of Us
You Can Make a Difference!
About the Book
If you find yourself complaining about water shortages, utility costs, global warming, garbage dumps (on land and in the sea), ozone layer depletion, chemicals, plastics, or any number of ecology issues:
Stop complaining, and do something about it!
None of us can do it all, but
all of us can do something!
Maybe you’re not quite sure what you can do, so inside are some ideas to get you started.
I realize that if you are the only one who tries this, it won’t amount to much. But imagine if everyone in America implemented the suggestions in this book—just one day a year. That would mean a savings of 60 million watts, gallons of water, plastic bottles, tubes from toilet tissue, and much more! If everyone in America did it for a year that would be 21,900,000,000, almost 22 billion watts, gallons of water, plastic bottles, and countless tubes from toilet tissue. Now that’s exciting! Let’s start today!1
About the Author
Mary Stanowicz-Freeman is a mother of four awesome children and four precious grandchildren. She currently resides in Lake Park, Indian Trail, in rural North Carolina. She spent most of her life in some of God’s most beautiful places. Mary grew up in the farmlands of New Jersey, in Hackettstown and lived ten years in wonderful Wyoming! Her children grew up camping summer weekends, in the most majestic places on earth.
Her love for nature began at a very early age and she has always searched for ways to preserve the environment and its natural resources. Her fervent wish is to pass this love of God’s green earth onto others.