Join us for our 12th annual Global Earth Exchange—
the day when people around the world visit the places they love that are hurt or endangered,
share their stories, get to know the place as it is now, and make a gift of beauty for it!
Details coming soon.
Since the first Global Earth Exchange in 2010 people have made guerrilla beauty at gas fracking sites, clear-cut forests, the polluted Pacific Ocean, endangered dolphins and bats and honeybees, the war-torn city of Kabul, ancient Stonehenge, the tsunami-ravaged Japanese city of Tohoku, an insect-infested tree in their own backyard, and hundreds of other places.
In the process we discover we can:
- revitalize our relationship with the places we care about
- co-create solutions and practices with others in our community
- face situations we used to avoid
- gain courage to cope with other kinds of challenges