While April 22 may be the official day to celebrate our planet, every day can be Earth Day.  Take a moment to think of what you can do in your daily life to reduce your footprint.  We all have a role to play in conserving and restoring the Earth for future generations.  And this is an issue that all generations can be involved in! Just look at the group Green Seniors. These elders engage their communities and inspire action around climate change and conservation. Also, take a look at Earth Hour – an amazing movement that began in Sydney, Australia.  Do you have an hour for the Earth? There are so many ways just ONE person can make a difference.  Share your activities with us and help make everyday an Earth Day!