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Dear next generation,

As we see with our own eyes, the world continues to change while we continue to neglect it. As a child, the world and nature seem to be filled with an adventure that will always be there for us. However, as we grow older we find that this may not be so true. I grew up being able to enjoy the outdoors and I hope you all are able to same the same thing. I promise to help others see that we must make a change in our daily lives in order to ensure that our future generations are able to enjoy the outdoors the same way we have.

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