Small Steps Can Change the World

Take a cue from a 7-year-old: Sometimes simple actions are all it takes to make a difference and change the world.

All kid, all the time, Jack Kruse was not too busy to take a stand for his own and his classmates' heatlh.
Photo by Kym Kruse
Front-yard gardens and backyard chickens create true food security and a sense of accomplishment.
Photo courtesy FarmCity Food Garden Construction
Energy-miser strategies, such as using this clever DIY “refrigerator” of cool sand and crockery, help make a difference. The accumulation of small acts grows into mountains of positive change.
Photo by Kyle Chandler-Isacksen
Children gain lifelong skills and attitudes from working on a homestead — and baby goats are way more fun than video games.
Photo courtesy Varney Family

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