Jul 9 2014
06:34 am

Our friend Mike Gray in Chattanooga has this commentary about the Holston River and personal action...

The Holston River

There are many success stories like this; the Nolichucky River, The Big Sandy, The Obion River to name a few in Tennessee, all renewed from polluted, dead, waters.  Each of these examples is a success because someone decided to make a difference and took personal action.

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Thanks, Mike. Your personal

Thanks, Mike.

Your personal action may take an entirely different route. Perhaps it is recycling in your home or an organization you are involved with; involvement in a school project or as leader of a faith based initiative on the environment. It can be as simple as a stroll down the river picking up trash on the way or riding a bike or the bus to work one day a week. Regardless of the direction it is time for us all… to get personal.

The simple things can have such an impact.

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