In these virtual gardens, we recognize people we love, people we mourn, or people who inspire us. There is even a garden where we pay tribute to our beloved animal companions. Here we can share our stories and publicly acknowledge the link between environmental contaminants and health.
Affirming the source of our illnesses plays a critical role in educating the public and building our resolve to take the preventive steps needed to defend our right to clean, safe, healthy communities. So does recognizing the leaders and heroes of our movement who were moved by the personal tragedy of others to work tirelessly for a more sustainable future.
Click the link below to visit our Honor Gardens and read or place a tribute there. All tributes will remain on this website indefinitely, and will become part of the Tufts University archives where the history of the grassroots movement for environmental health is being documented.