It’s the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. For Inga and her family, enjoying nature has been one of the bright spots in their lives. They go on walks in their neighborhood—something they often seemed too busy to do when they were shuttling between work, school, and activities. The trails are open, as well as the state parks.
We are seeing families build gardens and raise chickens in their backyards. Kids can learn a lot from growing and cooking their own food.
For the time being, the skies and waters are clearer, and families are working and playing together. How can we make these good things last?