Who doesn’t enjoy the wonders of nature? The beautiful creations of time? If you would like to take a journey, visit the Lake Havasu MCC campus tonight at 5 p.m. go to the Hodel Library in building 1200. The campus will be holding a geology walk celebrating Earth Day and the marvels that this world has created and experienced since its beginning.
Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 and since then, it has helped the world realized and celebrate the gift that is our planet. Earth Day is celebrated on April 22, which is this Sunday, and some places even celebrate for the whole week, nationally that is. Personally though, the Earth ought to be celebrated every day because without it, where would we be?
No one needs to be a “tree hugger” to see the value of our existence and want innovative applications put towards dealing with our massive waste. And that is what many set out to do on this day. On Earth Day 2016, the Paris Climate Agreement was signed by over 120 different countries, all recognizing this day, and the importance of the preservation of our home.
Earth is truly beautiful and magnificent, awesome and terrifying. And our campus would like to take you on a walk through time. Come and enjoy the campus’ fascinating layout of various specimens of boulders that have been placed on a geographical timeline constructed over a decade ago, and remind yourself of the power of nature.
LHC Student Reporter