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Woody Harrelson's First Activist Effort Was Saving Ants

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In the latest issue of Best Life magazine, actor Woody Harrelson opens up about his environmental passions — and how such a life-long dedication came to be. At the age of eight or nine, it all started with an ant bed. From the article,

“It got me into fights. But every day, I would run out just after class and stand there and stop anyone from stepping on the ant bed. I’d stay put until everyone had passed by and then I’d finally go home. I guess you could call that my first activism.” The actor sums it up: “With a name like Woody, I suppose my path was probably already established. It was inevitable that I’d be doing something like this. But people didn’t really give the environmental movement much importance back then. Now it’s a pretty hip thing to be green. But me, I’ve always been kind of a Hollywood hippie.”

Check out the rest of the Woody’s trip down memory lane — including Ted Danson’s urging to get him involved in Oceana rallys during Cheers. The current issue of Best Life magazine is on stands now.

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