21 April 2011 WhatAreYouDoingGraphicFINAL Posted by: Caitlin Leutwiler | 2 comments | Share: 2 Responses to “WhatAreYouDoingGraphicFINAL” sheila July 27th, 2011 I am a vegetarian, I don’t smoke, I don’t Drink, I don’t use the car, I move just by walk. I’m associated with a ONG that defends animals, and I try to live respecting the nature. I think it’s enough to learn to our sons and friends to respect the nature and all its aspects, because we are few people VS the big ones ( 7th sisters at the first place )and it’s too late to stop all the disaster humans done. I try to learn and educate people I meet to respect and to love nature and animals but if I could I would be the first one to do more to save the nature… Reply Pam Moreno July 27th, 2011 My husband and I are growing vegetables here in our yard. Also, we particpate with my family in a much larger country garden at my sister’s house. We own and continue to drive a 2001 vintage Toyota Prius with 152K+ miles on it. It’s a super good car and we will keep it indefinitely. We are serious recyclers and live in a very modest 1K+ sq. foot old farmhouse, circa 1920. It’s 1 bedroom + an office, with 2 baths. We regularly donate to environmental causes to preserve our planet. We have plans to build more veggie growing beds to decrease our grassy yard. This cuts down on using fossil fuels to cut the grass. We have also recently started composting all our kitchen green waste. Before that we would “dig it into” our gardening beds. We do the same for green waste from my mother’s house which is 1 block away. Reply Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap Up Our Very Own Suzanne Stone Awarded Grant for Coexistence Research; Isolated Wolf Comes Too Close For Comfort; Ongoing Investigation Into Wolf Shooting In Whitman County, WA; Are Oregon Wolves Going to Be Delisted? Not so fast…. The State of the Panther Despite threats like habitat loss and fragmentation, Florida panther populations are slowly showing signs of progress. Where Wolves Are Not Today wolves only occupy a fraction of historic range and suitable habitat, so there are a few states that offer excellent wolf habitat.