We’ve gotten a great response to our MUTTS Manifesto focus during the first months of 2016. If you haven’t checked it out, you can read the full list on our site. These are bullet points are more than suggestions. They’re a mission for how we’re living our lives!
March’s goal is “To Love Nature.” And there are so many ways you can express your love for nature. Small moves, like being sure to recycle or choosing to bike instead of drive can have an impact on the planet. You can also volunteer your time at a local farm sanctuary. You can plant flowers that will attract bees and butterflies. You can feed the birds and squirrels in your backyard.
We also encourage you to learn more and lend your voice to these fine organizations helping nature. These heroes are making big strides with far-reaching impacts.
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- We love everything that The Jane Goodall Institute stands for, especially their inspirational message that the well-being of our world relies on people taking an active interest in all living things. They believe that every individual matters and makes an impact.
- With more than two million members and supporters, Sierra Club is the nation’s largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization. Not only have they worked to protect millions of acres of wilderness, they’ve also helped pass the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Endangered Species Act. And currently they are leading the charge to move away from dirty fossil fuels that cause climate disruption and toward a clean energy economy.
- Founded in 1981, Sanctuary Asia is India’s leading nature and conservation portal. The Kids for Tigers initiative has nurtured a new generation of committed conservationists. Their campaigns also address threatened elephants, the shark fin trade, and other important, timely issues.
- The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust celebrates and protects wild animals by creating permanent sanctuaries, preserving and enhancing natural habitat and confronting cruelty. Compassionate landowners across the country have worked with HSWLT to establish more than 100 permanent sanctuaries, where wildlife can continue to thrive for generations.