" If you take care of yourself and take care of Mother Nature, she'll take care of you," one volunteer said.
The Kern River Rancher district from the Sequoia National Forest was also in attendance.
"A day like Earth day is a day for us to remember and appreciate nature and what it gives back to us," Cody Norris, Sequoia National Forest Public Affairs officer, said.
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