Unido: 12.nov.2018 Última actividad: 30.oct.2020

Respect Nature! Taking plants, flowers, and even leaves from natural places such as roadsides, parks, and forests removes them from their place in the ecosystem. They provide food and shelter for small organisms and in the process are recycled as they decompose, eventually enriching the soil. Don't harm plants. They are important! Help preserve nature and natural areas for others to see and enjoy in the same way that you have.
Live animals, such as frogs, toads, spiders, insects, turtles, fish, worms, and more, make their homes here.
Collecting live animals from nature threatens both the ecosystem and the animals. Respect nature, and tread lightly when you enter the forest or any natural area. And don't leave trash!
I saw this about the use of herbicide on someone else's profile, and want to spread the word: "Help your neighbors (and city) understand the detrimental effects that their pesticide and herbicide riddled monoculture lawns have on the environment."

"God never made an ugly landscape. All that the sun shines on is beautiful, so long as it is wild."
-John Muir

Prayer Of the Woods
You that pass and raise your arm to me
before you hurt me, look at me well.
I am the heat of your home in the cold winter nights.
I am the friendly shade that you find
when walking under the August sun
And my fruits are appetizing freshness
That quench your thirst as you journey on.
I am the beam that holds your house, the board of your table
the bed in which you rest and the timber that builds your boat.
I am the handle of your hoe, the door of your dwelling
the wood of your cradle and the shell of your coffin.
I am the bread of goodness and the flower of beauty.
You that pass, look at me well and do no harm.

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