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This is our Share A Story form. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with the information needed before beginning. In particular, we ask that you provide a picture to feature alongside your Story. Here are some other things to consider when writing about your experience:

  • What participants said
  • What they experienced
  • Any difference you noticed about the place at the end of your Earth Exchange
  • Plans you have to revisit this or other places

You should be able to connect this Story to your registered Global Earth Exchange event so that they reference each other.

Once you submit your Story form, this post will be published and visible from the Stories collection.

We look forward to seeing your story of Radical Joy!

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Trebbe Johnson
Trebbe JohnsonFounder
Trebbe is the author of The World Is a Waiting Lover and 101 Ways to Make Guerrilla Beauty. Her new book, Radical Joy for Hard Times: Finding Meaning and Making Beauty, will be published in Fall 2018 by North Atlantic Books. Her articles about people’s emotional and spiritual relationship with nature have appeared in Orion, Sierra, Ecopsychology, The Ecologist, The Nation, Harper’s and other magazines. She lives with her husband, Andrew Gardner, in rural northeastern Pennsylvania, a region currently under exploitation by natural gas companies.

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