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School lunches are gold mines for recycling, reusing and replenishing

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From an early age, children can roll up their sleeves and get involved in helping reduce the amount of trash they produce by participating in recycling programs. Across the country, children will celebrate Earth Day April 22 with science fairs and environmental educational seminars about the importance of recycling. When children start recycling early in life, they're more likely to continue that behavior as they get older - and pass the practice on to their own kids. Read More »

Make Every Day Earth Day

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With Earth Day right around the corner, it’s a great time to reflect on your own personal impact on the environment and the world around you. Because so many consumer habits can have a negative effect on the planet, it’s important to take steps to reduce this trend. Read More »

To Buy or Not to Buy Organic

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It can be perplexing standing in the grocery aisle deciding whether to spend a few extra dollars on an organic product or save the cash. After all, isn’t it always healthier to buy organic? Do you feel guilty not buying the organic products for your family? Organic products line the shelves shouting their claims of health to shoppers. The products range from food to clothing, but how do you know when is it smart to buy organic and when is it better to save your money. Read More »

Three easy tips to create a more natural bedroom

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The formerly "fringe" back-to-nature movement has become mainstream in America and nowhere is the desire for a more natural approach to living more prevalent than in our homes. From organically grown fruits and vegetables to VOC-free paint choices, the trend is toward fewer additives, synthetics and chemicals. Read More »