We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. We have provided safe housing for kids and with the sale of this domain, or with the sale of nameplates, we will continue to make a positive change in the lives of kids. We also do our part in helping to protect our fragile planet, such as providing a sanctuary for mig
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. We have provided safe housing for kids and with the sale of this domain, or with the sale of nameplates, we will continue to make a positive change in the lives of kids. We also do our part in helping to protect our fragile planet, such as providing a sanctuary for migrating birds. See: www.AlaskanGardens.com
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Irregardless if you live in Wyoming, Alaska or elsewhere, the earth is fragile! In Alaska we have been actively engaged in the planting of several hundred trees, and in the establishment of a migratory bird sanctuary. Make it your goal this year to plant a few trees!
Fulfill your mission on earth in being a candle to someone's darkness. Spend more quality time with the kids in your life, insure that your pets are being well cared for! Quietly do something positive in life today!
Get your name, or that of a loved one, permanently engraved and displayed adjacent to the historic Iditarod Trail in Alaska - and help support a positive environmental movement! Your special name will also be displayed on the Alaskan Gardens website!
In 2001 I began the construction of a sturdy enclosure on my property a few feet from the historic Iditarod Trail in South central Alaska. The enclosure was built to protect the newly transplanted trees from the many meandering moose. I carved a few names upon the enclosure and as the number of names increased, I called the fence a wall, the Alaskan Wall!
Since 2001 many, many names have been added to the wall. I have formed a non-profit corporation called the Alaskan Gardens. This non-profit is a legitimate organization that is actively focused on a re-forestry program in Alaska, and oversees the two enclosures which protect a wide variety of migratory birds. If you would like to add a name to the Alaskan Wall, send me a message, and I'll make it happen, and we'll plant another tree as well! And on a final note, while your contribution to the Alaskan Gardens is much appreciated (and will be fully used for the benefit of the environment), you can also do your part to help the earth in a small but significant way, such as by planting a tree, using less plastic, traveling less, spaying or neutering your dogs and cats, putting out a bird feeder, spending quality time with a child and being a righteous citizen of the earth! Make it a Great Day!