For its 50th Anniversary, it might be the most unique Earth Day ever. Normally, we would post something about all the cool projects we have been working on this year — projects like the NASA Coastal Dunes Restoration and Climate Adaptation Study or the Infiltration and Inflow Reduction Plan for Gainesville Regional Utilities or the Flatford Swamp Aquifer Recharge Project, all of which contribute to improving and protecting our environment. This year, however, resiliency has taken on a new meaning in the face of a global pandemic. We have come to truly appreciate many things we generally take for granted such as going out to dinner, visiting with friends, or not waiting in line to go into the grocery store. At Jones Edmunds, we are grateful for the fact that our Associates are able to continue to serve from our “new home offices” and from locations all over Florida where we continue to support ongoing construction and environmental projects. We also want to express our appreciation to all the people – the grocery store workers, truck drivers, first responders, health care workers and more – who are making historic sacrifices to support the COVID-19 fight. We are thankful for the opportunity to continue to serve our communities and our state as we move through this unprecedented situation and emerge more resilient on the other side.