Today is Earth Day and we all should give thanks to be living on such a wonderful and vibrant planet. As we celebrate, I encourage you to do something to help the Earth. It may be selecting sustainable seafood, picking up trash on your local beaches, pledging to never buy water in plastic bottles again, or contacting your government officials to make sure they make important policy changes regarding our oceans. Whatever it is, make it meaningful not just for today, but for every day. Our Blue Earth has given us many gifts: a place to live, air to breathe, food to eat and water to drink. It is time we take care of it for us and future generations.