I really enjoyed the small movie you made because I think often of my 2 grandmothers [and grandfathers, just sayin'] and the love and lack of judgment, the example by their very doing, and the care I received.

Thank you for what you do... very encouraging.

Have you noticed the website Wren.co ? I like their focus on what we can do to protect the environment, fund and create solutions to the climate crisis worldwide.

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I thought about doing a chat but then realized I’d have to be there all the time! So, comments work fine.

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Nov 4, 2022Liked by Sarah Lazarovic

A discord sounds great!

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I'm writing on Dec. 1, 2022; an article on Wash. Post today-- Officials fear 'complete doomsday scenario' for drought-stricken Colorado River. After many paragraphs detailing how low the water is at present, there is this [the most crass commercial aspect of the river having little water];

"Lucrative industries that attract visitors from around the world — the rainbow trout fishery above Lees Ferry, rafting trips through the Grand Canyon — would be threatened. And eventually the only water escaping to the Colorado River basin’s southern states and Mexico could be what flows into Lake Powell from the north and sloshes over the lip of the dam’s lowest holes."

And meantime;

"This year, the Biden administration called on the seven states of the Colorado River basin to cut water consumption by 2 to 4 million acre-feet — up to a third of the river’s annual average flow — to protect power generation and avoid such dire outcomes. But negotiations have not produced an agreement. And the Interior Department has not yet mandated those cuts, despite missing its own August deadline to reach an agreement."

My editorial comment; we are in deep sh-t. How do we wake people up? People/legislators/governors/federal agencies/state and city agencies, etc., etc.

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