Close Me!

Julia Butterfly Hill lived in the canopy of an ancient redwood tree named Luna for 738 days to help make the world aware of the plight of the world's last remaining ancient forests. This courageous act of civil disobedience gained international attention for the redwoods as well as other environmental and social justice issues. She authored a bestselling book, The Legacy of Luna, which is available in 11 languages, followed by her "environmental handbook" called "One Makes the Difference". Her commitment and profound clarity in articulating a message of hope, empowerment, love and respect for all life has inspired millions of people around the globe to take action in their own communities.