What permission slip did I always get signed in advance? Field Day! Anything that forces me to take off my cool and enjoy some good recreation while previewing the new Earthkeepers Collection–I’m down. Thank to KP, I didn’t miss Timberland’s “Nature Needs Heroes” event on Governor’s Island…
A planned abduction with no force, all to spoil us with wine at 10am, organic food *smiles*, and a tour guides around the island via bike. It was the perfect way to start of a Friday!
The New Earthkeepers Collection–“Why throw them out when they can have a stylish afterlife.”
What is an Earthkeeper?
Earthkeepers take their eco-consciousness a little more to heart than most. Sure, we turn out the lights, recycle our cans and ride our bikes. But really, isnt that stuff the least we can do? To keep the Earth healthy and sustainable, Earthkeepers do more. Earthkeepers are the ones coming up with the latest and greatest ways to reduce their carbon footprints. Creative things that may sound weird to some, but hey, they work. And the cool part is that they want to share these ideas with as many like-minded people as possible. Thats where being part of the Earthkeeper community really comes in handy. Join us at http://www.earthkeeper.com
History: “In 1995, the Coast Guard closed its facilities on Governors Island and, as of September 1996, all residential personnel were relocated. President Clinton designated 22 acres of the island, including the two great forts, as the Governors Island National Monument in January 2001, and on April 1, 2002, President George W. Bush, Governor Pataki, and Mayor Bloomberg announced that the United States would sell Governors Island to the people of New York for a nominal cost, and that the island would be used for public benefit. At the time of the transfer, deed restrictions were created that prohibit permanent housing and casinos on the island. On January 31, 2003, 150 acres of Governors Island were transferred to the people of New York. The remaining 22 acres were declared the Governors Island National Monument, which is managed by the National Park Service.” source
The ‘cool kids’ table–We all wear Timberlands.
Adrien Fields–I told him to give me face and those bangs!
Timberland tour guide, Quinn, Ugo, Tyler White, Sean, KP, and Me holding down the caboose with my seat real low.
That’s Ziggy. He’s a smooth driver and we’re riding light; Our carbon foot print is small in the Hybrid Provided by Porter Novelli. #GoGreen!