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Green Planning and Spring Cleaning

Not just your space but that all around you by Bea Kunz

 

Green, green, green. I have green on the brain…and so should you.

Think about this. If just a third of the population would pool together on any give day and do the same thing.
Then think about this. If that one third did that same thing everyday for a week or a month or a year. ( a lifetime ?)

It’s doable and it’s now, if we are to make a difference .
Many are doing much, but we need many more and much more.

We all have a community, this is a perfect place to start.

Organize a group of volunteers and offer your services to schools, parks, the YMCA, hospitals, your church, and don’t forget your neighbor.

Many elderly and disabled people would love to have a hand-up in having a greener space.

If you don’t wish to make it a group effort you cam easily do a one on one…adopt a project just for you and include the children if you have them. You’ll be performing a meaningful service and teaching “green’ education that will go into the next generation of doers.

We all have access to many wonderful and safe products, ideas, and  how-to’s  now, either locally or through the internet.
We no longer can honestly be excused by claiming no access to make better choices.

http://www.organicconsumers.org
http://www.greenearthoutdoors.com/aboutus.html
http://www.planetalameda.com/greenpackaging.html

And another great way to find projects close to home is by a Google search for …
Green organizations + your state.

You are off and running when you tap into any of these workable groups.

So…plan a project and work it and promote it.
You’ll be delighted when others start to pay attention and join you.

Success breeds success~

Have a great Spring Cleaning time and do share !

Bea Kunz ~ Sage Hill Farms
http://www.sagehillfarmsandvintagestore.com

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