Green Thumbs Up! 

Environmental activism grows up — and is spreading like kudzu over Shelby County.

April 22, 1970, marked the first official "Earth Day," envisioned originally as a means of inspiring awareness of and appreciation for the environment. Forty years later, Earth Day organizers want it to be "a turning point to advance climate policy, energy efficiency,…

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