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2017 Global Earth Exchange—Sharing Love Place

 

Once each year, people all over the world go to wounded places they care about to find and make beauty for them—usually a bird made of materials the place itself offers. Since the first Global Earth Exchange in 2010, people have made simple, spontaneous gifts of beauty for gas fracking sites, clear-cut forests, the polluted Pacific Ocean, endangered dolphins and bats and honeybees, in the war-torn city of Kabul, Afghanistan, and hundreds of other places.

We invite you to join us on Saturday, June 17 for this year’s Global Earth Exchange: 

Sharing Love of Place 

Together we will:

  • Share our love for these places
  • Acknowledge our sorrow about what has happened to them
  • Feel the inspiration of people all over the world who are observing this day in a wide variety of damaged places
  • Strengthen the bonds of our community
  • Support one another to continue our individual work

Click here to download a flyer you can send out about your event. 
Click here for flyers in Spanish and German.