Legacy of Luna

by Julia Hill | Nonfiction |
ISBN: 0062516582 Global Overview for this book
Registered by jbluebird on 1/29/2023
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Journal Entry 1 by jbluebird on Sunday, January 29, 2023
This is the story of Julia Butterfly Hill's two-year "tree-sit" in an ancient redwood in California in the late 1990's. Inspired by the magnificence of redwood forests, and dismayed that Pacific Lumber was methodically destroying them, Ms. Hill joined a protest by climbing onto a platform high up in a tree, thinking she would be there only a couple weeks -- the lumber company couldn't cut a tree down with a human in it. As it turned out, she lived in the tree without touching the ground for two years. Julia Hill is an amazing, peaceful, loving, inspired and inspiring person. In the late 1990's climate change wasn't the obvious ever-present concern to most people, as it is now. Now we see (or we should) the need to preserve and grow more trees to mitigate the effects of this change. And the awesome grandeur of redwoods in particular -- some are thousands of years old -- should inspire reverence in us.

Journal Entry 2 by jbluebird at Little Free Library, Sylvan Street in Malden, Massachusetts USA on Sunday, January 29, 2023

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