Not only does Jack Johnson sing his songs worldwide, but he also takes care of the environment. Last month, the singer participated in a tree planting ceremony for World Environment Day in Brazil.
Johnson had the honor of planting the very first Acu-Jequitib’a tree in the Botanical Gardens in Rio de Janeiro through his two organizations, All At Once and Surfrider Brazil.
“It’s an honor to be able to participate in such an important event,” he said. “I love playing in Brazil and now have more reasons to return to Rio and the Botanical Gardens to follow the growth of this tree.”
Be sure to check out Johnson’s website for more on the singer’s green ambitions.
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