The Udall Legacy Biodiesel Bus Tour is wrapping up its 54-day, 8,606-mile, 26-cities, six-national-parks, six-Native-American-communities, cross-country tour. As you might remember from my posts in June, the biodiesel-fueled journey promotes environmental and Native American issues.
This story in the Tuscon (Arizona) Citizen says the trip wraps up Saturday in Southern Arizona, the home of the congressman for which the tour is named, Morris K. Udall:
For almost two months, 13 young people have put into action the words of the late congressman from Tucson.
In a tribute to Udall’s environmental legacy, they have traveled across the country in a green-certified biodiesel bus looking at a variety of environmental projects that have been successful.
The 13 who have made the long trek say they will take back with them many stories on how to treat the environment better… and you can bet at least one of the chapters will include biodiesel.