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Dear Earth,

I will try my very best to help the earth as best as I can. I will try to recycle more and turn off lights when it’s not being used. I will reuse things and turn off electronics when not in use. I can take vehicles when transporting that does not pollute the environment such as a bike or a rip-stick.

Sincerely,

Sierra White

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