Jacks International "Litter-Up Foundation" You may make a donation to it via Paypal or credit card. More details on the Merchandise page.
Donations are used for environmental clean-up.
Jack's Stand Up Comedy Routine From Wise Crackers:
Jack is spearheading a new promotion called Team Earth.
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Bring as many people around the world to promote a more peaceful and cooperative future. There will be no request for dues or fees. TEAM EARTH is a state of MIND. I ask all people to do something that promotes a clean and healthy world for the future of planet Earth.
I will produce Tee Shirts and litter bags with the sun shining on Earth. The sun represents CLEAN ENERGY, the eagle represents CLEAN AIR; a tiger represents the most beatiful animal on Earth. A bear is the strength of TEAM EARTH.
I ask all wildlife organizations that preserve wildlife habitat to support the words TEAM EARTH phrase. There is no cost to do this. JUST DO. This is the team's motto.
When I published my book "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" in 2007 I wrote that I hope I can leave the wold a better place than it was because I lived. I am now trying to make that happen.
God bless the wold with peace and health.
The human race will forever more decise almost to the day how long most species of plants and animals will exist on earth. When we lose one speciest we will lose several others that depend on the one that was lost.
This is Jack's Peace Message:
This is Jack's introduction to his new Promotional video he is producing:
These are additional bear facts I did not include in my book. Some are very important. Many people have asked what should I do when I see a bear. My standard answer is: stay where you are and enjoy watching the animal. Bears have a natural fear of humans. In almost all encounters they will avoid you. Never antagonize a bear that is not showing aggresion. You would be starting a fight you canot win! If you take one step tword the bear whatever happens is not the bears fault !
Bears that are transported out of their natural home range that do not find their way home often become nomadic, staying in one area then moving to a new area I believe they realize something is wrong and continue to search for home.
Seeds for Peace Leadership Conference May 19, 2012. Click on the image to sign up. Jack will be attending in the morning session.
Watch Jack's Introduction to his book and DVD:
Jack Harris has been awarded "Ambassador For Peace" from the Universal Peace Federation.
Read about Jack on the North America Outdoor Institute website.
Jack has an interview and article on the Global Vendors Network.
A VOICE FOR THE WILDERNESS
Today is January 7, 2011. From this day until my last, I hope I can provide my thoughts on the dynamics of the struggle for a healthy environment for the future generations of humans around the world.
I will be asking every reader to begin their own way of helping produce a healthy environment.
My goal is to bring young and old people into the outdoor life of earth and mother nature.
I wrote in my original book ("Beyond My Wildest Dreams"), the human race must stop polluting the air, land, and water of this planet.
I believe everything that can be recycled should be recycled. For several years, I have been trying to pick up one piece of litter everyday. That has become an obsession for me. I walk several miles a day for exercise around my home in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Scranton recycles its trash. I am rarely out of sight of a recycling container. When I see this container in front of my path, I look for a plastic bottle or tin can between myself and the container. Every time I drop something in, I know I have done more than talk about the environment and given a gift to the future.
I feel great knowing that I am a veteran of many wilderness trips to areas where the only reasonable way in is by air travel. I don't remember not seeing litter anywhere I have spent a few days!
Mother nature's blood flows through every stream, creek or river. They all drain into her heart, the oceans of the world!
Almost every person, including myself, has used the excuse: this is only a little bit of poison, so it won't matter today. The next rain, that little bit of poison begins its trip to the sea killing something. If the oceans were lying in a hospital bed, every doctor would know it's a matter of time before death.
The oceans are the heart of life on earth. A little bit of poison times five billion plus people. Even the immense oceans can be killed by human ignorance.
I wrote this column in capital letters because I feel it is important to the future.
Jack is an associate member in the National Wildlife Ferderation
I believe everyone interested in the ourdoors should read and subscribe to the Compendium Newsletter. The letters' Editor, Nancy Perlman, is an environmental icon. You can subscribe to the Newsletter by clicking here.
Jack is trying to get a demonstration in all schools: teachers place two bottles of clean water on their desk. Into one bottle, they add one drop of brown dye at a time. This will show children how pollution builds up in the world. Continue adding one drop at a time until 10 drops are added to one of the clean bottles. Children will see and remember how small amounts of pollution effect their world.
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