The participant of World War II celebrated her 100th anniversary with an environmental party

The participant of World War II celebrated her 100th anniversary with an environmental party

Environmentalist Ti Ostmo of British Cornwall celebrated her centenary with a climate change beach party.

“I want to know that everything is moving in the right direction before I leave,” said the hero of the day.

Mrs. Ostmo asked people to plant trees instead of buying gifts for her birthday. Food and dishes in which they served the guests – everything was exceptionally eco-friendly and natural.

Mrs. Ostmo lives with her son and daughter-in-law in a small farm where the family keeps chickens and grows fruits and vegetables. Her love for the natural world began when she spent three years in the land army during World War II.

“Mom was always an environmentalist — she rode a bicycle until she was 80 years old,” her son Gavin said. – She was on the plane only twice in her life and never drove a car.

He also added that his mother spends a lot of time exploring with the help of her iPad the influence of human activity on the environment and is especially inspired by Sir David Attenborough, a famous TV presenter and naturalist, author of nature documentaries.

At the end of the holiday party, all its participants made sure to leave behind a clean beach.