Make A Natural Difference with NPCA + Recipe and Giveaway

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The new year is here which makes it the perfect time to initiate eco-friendly changes to create a natural difference! Head over to this recent post to discover three easy tips to get started living a more sustainable lifestyle. While you begin to make a difference in your home or community, you can also support Smucker’s, Adams, and Laura Scudder’s natural peanut butter brands who have teamed up with the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) to assist with efforts to preserve our national parks! Their partnership has already donated an impressive $100,000 and the NPCA has been able to use funding to restore wetlands in Indiana and create a bridge in the Everglades to re-establish water flow and support the ecosystem!

The NPCA’s mission, which is to protect and enhance America’s national parks for present and future generations, can be applied right in your own community too. There are many ways to bring about positive changes within your local community — find below some helpful suggestions to get started:
*Bring an empty bag while visiting your local park and pick up trash.
*Contact your local national park and ask how you can get involved in helping to clean up local rivers and lakes.
*Suggest water conservation and watershed restoration actions in your community.

My family and I recently went to a park within our town to pick up litter. It was a great way to teach my girls how they can make a difference and help their community while also having fun family time. They loved seeing the end result of all the trash we were able to clean up!

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Adams has several protein-packed, healthy peanut butter recipes that make great snacks for when your on-the-go at your local park! One of my favorite recipes is for Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bites. These bites are a delicious and easily portable snack for everyone in the family. Packed with creamy natural peanut butter and old-fashioned oats, these no-bake bites are sure to be a new favorite.


1/2 cup Adams® 100% Natural Creamy Peanut Butter
1/4 cup honey
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/4 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
3/4 cup sweetened coconut flakes
1/4 cup chia seeds
1/4 cup dark chocolate chips
1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon


Mix peanut butter, honey and vanilla in large bowl. Stir in oats, coconut, chia seeds, chocolate chips and cinnamon until evenly moistened. Shape firmly into 1-inch balls. Chill until ready to serve.

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To learn more about Smucker’s, Adams, and Laura Scudder’s Make A Natural Difference campaign go to: or to their individual webpages to gain even more useful information as well as delicious recipes!

Also be sure to like each brand’s Facebook page to get a $1 off peanut butter coupon!
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What are you inspired to do to make a natural difference in your community? Comment below and enter to win a eco-friendly prize pack by 1/21! One lucky winner will receive a $150 Visa or Amex gift card, 3 jars of Smucker’s Natural Peanut Butter products, a natural PB stirrer, an eco-friendly tote, silicone snack containers, and a reusable water bottle! (Comments are manually approved and will not appear instantlya Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Smucker’s, Adams, Laura Scudder’s, and the National Parks Conservation Association. I may have received product samples and/or monetary compensation to write this post, although all opinions expressed are my own and not influenced by any form of compensation. All giveaways are free of charge, no purchase necessary to win. Giveaways are not affiliated with or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Peace Love Organic Mom is not responsible for any prize not fulfilled by the sponsor or damaged during shipping. See full disclosure policy in tab above.

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  1. Pauline Milner says

    Six months ago, I started a newsletter mail out that gives people tips about how they can work to reduce their carbon footprint, including how to support our local growers of produce and our farmers. People email me tips to add to the newsletter. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

    • says

      This is in response to Pauline and my comment! I would love to be on her newsletter list!
      We compost and recycle. These comments though have made me want to do more!

  2. meija says

    I’m inspired to start using a timer while I’m in the shower, as I am very guilty of taking too long of showers.

  3. Kristen Varner says

    we recycle, use cloth diapers(I share my experience with friends) Joined a CSA. there are SO MANY ways to make a difference

  4. says

    I’m a big fan of riding my bike – so much so that I sold my car and went car free for about a year and a half. I can’t do that any more, but I still only drive about twice a week!

  5. Ashley Fryer says

    My kids and I pick up cans on the side of the road. The kids turn them in for money and we are cleaning up our community.

  6. Samantha V. says

    In the New Year we have started to check everything before tossing to see if it is recyclable rather than taking the easy way out and just putting it in the trash, we sort it now for recycling.

  7. Frances Wheeler says

    I am going to have a small garden this year wirh just a few veggies. Green peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, and squash. I am going to learn how to make pepper jelly, which is wonderful, for myself and for christmas gifts. Also I want to learn how to can tomatoes. I grew up with these always available and there is nothing that can be bought that is comparable!!! Also, smuckers natural chunky peanut butter with granny smith apples is to die for!!!!

  8. says

    As far as Smucker’s I have been a Smucker’s fan since I was a little girl, but now I buy sugar free, and it’s every as bit of good as the regular, and the jam is great too. As far as where I live being disabled is no fun especially when it’s hard to bend over, but I was able to number one grow my own veggies last year, and pull some weeds with my grabber. Also, when I walk the dog I use my walker (I can sit down on this one), so that’s why I’m able to walk her now so when she does do her business I bring bags with, and sit down on my chair and pick it up. It disgusts me when I see people just keep walking, and I know my bad, but I hope on their way back they forget and step in it… my bad! NOT!

  9. Leanne Norman says

    I take shorter showers. Keep heat down. Flush less. Keep the tap off while brushing teeth until needed.

  10. Jennifer says

    I dont have much of a community but im trying to work with my public library to bring awareness of the benefits of breast feeding, baby wearing, and cloth diapering to our area… none of the above are very popular or widely practiced (in fact im the only one i know who does cloth!)

  11. janetfaye says

    I am inspired to recycle, lower my hot water temperature and use my clothes dryer less.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  12. Kayla J says

    I’ve been spreading the word about coconut oil. Coconut oil has so many benefits, it’s organic, and CHEAP!

  13. Anne Perry says

    Educate on the dangers of GMO’s. I have contacted Smuckers in tje past about their peanut butter… it is not gmo free.

  14. Kortney Picker says

    I am inspired to reach out to help the poor and needy in our community, also I enjoy going to the nursing home to visit those that either don’t have family or have families that don’t care about them! I love bringing my daughter because they love to see a little girl in there (I always dress her up really pretty for them!)

  15. Danielle says

    We recycle newspapers/ads/inserts and take that to the local recycle center once a week. We also have a separate garbage bin for bottles.

  16. Isabella Castrillon says

    I know that as a college student I go through an insane amount of both paper and water bottles. And I will be honest, I dont recycle. I am thinking this year I will add a recycling can in our hall to encourage myself and other residents to recycle.

  17. Tammy S says

    We are very big on recycling, composting and renewable energy. We also try to carpool as much as possible, buy green products and repurposed products. I joke with my husband that if our carbon footprint shrinks any more, it will look like we didn’t existed. :)

  18. Lisa says

    Maybe working on doing some beach clean up – I live by the great lakes. We also deal with invasive species so there’s a lot to be done there!

  19. Dorothy Teel says

    To help my community and to help conserve water will take shorter showers, will not wash car at home but take to car wash that recylcles water used and get rid of my plastic bottled water and use glass refillable bottles.

  20. jennifer says

    take shorter showers… I’ve really gotten out of hand with this lately, I am using the shower to keep warm! ha!

  21. Aimee T says

    We raise our own food – sheep (for both milk and meat), pigs, quail for eggs, have an orchard and can/freeze our apples, grow a garden, recycle, use CF light bulbs, don’t accelerate like mad in the car, I used cloth diapers on my daughter (who is now in her mid-teens), rags instead of paper towels… I could go on and on. I live in the Green Mountain State – we were green before it was cool!

  22. April says

    My three kiddos and I always make a point to leave the park/playground/hiking trail/etc. cleaner than we found it, by picking up trash.

  23. Lori D. says

    When our city first implemented its recycling program, we handed out reusable shopping bags and flyers encouraging our condo complex tenants to recycle.

  24. Nicole Bear says

    We live on an island, so reducing, reusing and recycling are very important. We only have so much space to fill with trash, and we don’t want to spoil the beautiful space that we do have.

  25. Barbara A. Ramirez says

    I’ve gotten serious about recycling all plastic, paper and canned products I use in my home. I also re-use plastic bags from the supermarket..I try to use products with less chemicals in it for use in my home.

  26. Carissa Joslyn says

    I decided to change and use more green options because honestly..the worlds going to crap. no one gives a hoot and it’s so poluted it’s insane. in the town i used to live in, on ONE road, there is an estimated one person in every family on that road that has CANCER! i just had a kid i went to school with pass away from cancer who lived on that road

    I use cloth diapers and wipes. I try to use as little paper towels as possible I want unpaper towles but can’t afford them. Also I have a diva cup and cloth pads.

  27. debbie says

    I try to reduce my footprint as much as possible. We garden organically, hang our clothes out to dry, don’t use paper products (towels, plates, etc).

  28. Lisa Kerr says

    I am inspired to donate my 2 year old grandsons clothes and toys he out grows to help out those less fortunate in my community. Also I am going to volunteer at my local foodbank! Thank you :-)

  29. paula peterson says

    I try to teach my daughter to be kind with animals and respect other peoples property such as not picking their flowers.

  30. says

    Most of the time we take really short showers, only run the dishwasher and washing machine when they are full, our heat is set at 64°F (and in the summer, the AC is set at 77°).

    We also use boxes or our own shopping bags at the store when we can.

  31. erin dear (@mummadear) says

    I want my children to know the importance of living green. recycling, eating organic foods and helping to improve our community.

  32. Toneria M says

    Keep the neighborhood parks and playgrounds clean and also donate to the park’s organization. I also assist with planting trees and flowers as well.

  33. laurapcu says

    I already use cloth diapers on my children and educate them on not being wasteful with water, but definitely need more work on recycling. That’s my goal for the year. And of course, remembering to take reusable bags to the grocery store instead of leaving them in a beautiful folded pile at home.

  34. Allison Downes says

    I am inspired to pick up more litter, recycle more, and plant more.

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  35. kelly mcgrew says

    i am constantly going through my (and encouraging family and friends) closets, drawers, pantry, basement, etc. i always donate items (if they are usable) to others because i know what it’s like to not have what i need.
    with couponing and sales, i have now been able to afford my necessities and even a few luxuries. i feel fortunate and helping others always makes me feel full and grateful!

  36. Birdiebee says

    I choose to recycle (although it costs to do this) as well a reuse and donate other items to the recycle store that others can use.

  37. ellen beck says

    I am an evid gardener and what I have on overflow I give to our local food bank. I also encourage other local growers to do the same.

  38. Emi says

    In some communities cleaning up the park can be a very dangerous activity for a child. We like to visit the local Veterans Home and spend time the seniors there.

  39. mechele johnson says

    We live on my Indian Reservation and I am working with our community on a native species community garden. I am also working on a program to supply cloth diapers and eco friendly baby supplies to young and low income mothers on the reservation.

  40. john hutchens says

    I am inspired every year for my family and I to participate in the community trash pick up, cleaning up our community and roads. We also recycle .

  41. Vanessa Richard says

    only run dishwasher when it is full tend to scrub but in dishwasher and run a rinse cycle only to get the suds of

  42. Bridgette Friedman says

    Use less resources, recycle and pick up trash along the roads and yards. (Big peeve of mine is those that litter) Thanks for the chance at a nice giveaway!

  43. Madonna says

    I am inspired to focus more on water conservation. We have had a lot of water issues lately and I have realized what a privilege running water is and how much of the world is without it.

  44. JD Northwest says

    Our family lives the motto, leave it better than you found it. We are happy to clean up parks, reset and repair play equipment and in general take care of our several local, state and national parks.

  45. savannah logan says

    I buy more used products, and i cloth diaper, and remember to bring my reusable shopping bags everywhere.

  46. Michelle H says

    We try to buy as little plastic as possible, even packaging, since even recycling requires a lot of energy. We use natural products as much as possible, and keep chickens and a garden.

  47. Eileen Richter says

    Leading an example by not buying into the treats and junk food that most parents allow their kids. Making healthy lunches and offering things most other kids would never even try! Kids at school NOTICE this.!My daughter got on this “kick” from a mom who started to make wholesome treats and offered MY daughter things I would never have thought she’d like…things like squash and kale chips and even cabbage. and peanut butter, oatmeal, honey and flax balls! Things that are good for you. Kids follow by example, if we do this and then kids emulate us AND their friends, we can have a whole generation of kids that are not sick, obese, or so sedentary because the don’t have the right fuel in their bodies to GO. What goes into your body BECOMES your body! I had to learn the hard way by becoming chronically ill, chemically sensitive and blowing my digestive system out with really BAD foods.

  48. says

    we spend a lot of time out in nature, particularly hiking trails. If we see anything, we pick it up — it’s as easy as that! It’s all about being aware of the world around you…

  49. Autum says

    We try our best to not only grow our own vegetables and fruit but to purchase from our local farmers and community when we can.

  50. beverly mckinley says

    we compost, use bikes for transportation, use solar panels, rechargeable batteries, sweaters and are building one of the can heaters featured on you tube

  51. Jennifer Reed says

    I am inspired to pick up trash in my neighborhood as I walk to make a natural difference within my community.

  52. Melinda Dartmann says

    My husband and I have volunteered to do roadside cleanups in our area. We have done it for the past 2 years and have added extra roads to keep clean!

  53. Ashley Chassereau Parks says

    We cloth diaper our kiddos and I love helping other moms in our community learn about cloth diapering as well.

  54. melissa allen says

    I take less showers. I use to take multiple showers a day now only one a day! Which is amazing for me because I have a bad compulsive behavior I never feel clean enough.

  55. kelli says

    we use reusable items and our friends have picked up on that. we live in a small town where things like this aren’t really thought about, but it has been rubbing off on the people we know and they’re more conscious. we also buy from local shops and try to stay in the area as much as possible instead of driving to the bigger towns, like austin.

  56. Jennifer Hiles says

    I’m pretty good at recycling but I have a lot to learn about reusing. I still use sandwich baggies and occasionally plastic wrap and paper towels. So I’m inspired to switch to reusable products

  57. MISSY MARIE says

    I’ve been using vinegar and peroxide to clean instead of harsh toxic chemicals. Use reusable shopping bags. Reduce, reuse and recycle:)

  58. Linda Szymoniak says

    I’ve been recycling since long before we had curbside pickup of recyclables. I want to encourage my neighbors who don’t recycle regularly to start recycling on a regular basis.

  59. says

    I am inspired to clean up, where we live there are really a lot of rude people that throw their trash everywhere and just don’t care. I hate seeing kids playing with trash all over the park and such.

  60. Sally says

    To keep the water off when brushing my teeth and to wait until my dishwasher and washer are full before running them!!

  61. Wilma P says

    I recycle as much as I can. I also try not to use harsh chemicals when cleaning. Look for products without too much packaging.

  62. Jennifer M says

    I will try to run clothes washer only when have a full load, and make sure to select the cycle size that matches size of the load.

  63. a marie hj saver says

    We volunteer to pull out invasive species at our local park a few times a year. We also recycle which is easy since our city offers curbside recycling!

  64. says

    We are planting a vegetable garden and co-oping with some local neighbors who are doing the same. Any extras will go to a local shelter for homeless women and children.

  65. Colin says

    I always look for local options when it comes to produce and meat. That way I’m helping business and the environment in my local community!

  66. Justin says

    I recycle and encourage others to do the same. I would like to see more solar power in my community as well. I also have my own garden, compost, and solar heater. I give out a lot of my vegetables from my garden to my community as well.

  67. Katie Contests says

    When I go for my daily walk around the neighborhood, I pick up trash and recycling that the wind has strewn across the sidewalk/road

  68. Claire Rheinheimer says

    We recycle and for baths I take my son and daughter in the tub with me (they’re only 2 and 7 months). We save a lot of water that way.

  69. Michelle says

    All of the increased need in recent years. There is now someone on every corner with a sign and we never had that much need.

  70. deborah b. says

    i do my best to teach my kids habits that are good for the earth, and to think about the consequences of their actions. we recycle, pick up trash, choose items that are recyclable when possible, etc.

  71. Christy Peeples DuBois says

    My family recycles as much as we know how too and are always looking for additional ways to do so. We also only run the dishwasher when we have people over for a meal usually. We always make sure we have a full load in the washing machine before we wash.

  72. Virginia Rowell says

    We have sections of highway that each of us take care of and pick up all of the garbage that people throw out of their cars. It really keeps the roads clean.

  73. Audra O'Hara says

    I’m teaching my daughter to take care of her things and her environment; not littering and treating animals with kindness.

  74. Sue Hull says

    Here in Ca. we have a water shortage due to no rain this winter. I’m taking shorter showers, running my dishwasher once a wk since it’s just me. Thank you for the great giveaway :)

  75. Stephanie Easterling says

    In our City, we just got more bike trails and more areas for bikes to ride. Now it is alot more safer. We just need to spread the word out to the older population.

  76. Becky says

    recycle, ditch the water bottles and get reusable, and use my reusable shopping bags (I purchased them, now I have to remember them!!)

  77. Marti Tabora says

    I’m inspired to wash clothes less often, I just bought more work clothes so that I don’t have to wash clothes as often. Thank you.

  78. Liz N says

    We recycle and use CFL bulbs throughout the house. We have to switch electric providers, so I am looking at the renewable energy ones as well.

  79. Kerri says

    I love my victory garden. It’s shut down for now so I can dedicate that time to LO, but I can’t wait to get it going again.

  80. Tara L says

    We recycle & try our best to reuse our grocery bags so it saves the Trees. I can’t stand Trees getting knocked down those poor animals!

  81. Amanda H says

    Planting fruit trees in community areas. I have been doing that for years and have many families working together.

  82. Tanya Holland says

    We recycle whenever it’s possible. We also use our own bags to when we do our shopping instead of all of the plastic bags they give out.

  83. says

    This year I’m finally going to be part of our Community Gardens! I live in a duplex with no yard to speak of, so the only way I get organic products is by going to our farmer’s markets. I will love having my own organic produce!

  84. Debra F says

    We recycle alot. If I get plastic bags from grocery (because I forgot to bring in my own from car) I use them to line our trashcans in bedrooms and bathroom.

  85. Karen R says

    We give our recyclables to a local park that uses the revenue to keep the park a green space in the middle of the city.

  86. Gayle S says

    Thanks for getting me thinking! This Spring I would like to get the grandkids together and take them to the park in our city and pick up litter. It would be a great lesson for them and we would be able to spend the day together. At the end of the day I think all of us will feel like we made a positive contribution to our community.

  87. DelRae H says

    We use cloth diapers. Use homemade cleaning products (ie vinegar). And try to walk or take public transit whenever possible instead of drive.

  88. Gwenni says

    We frequently offer seldom-used goods on our local freecycle board – unused computer mice, exercise equipment that we lacked the ambition to use, kitchen appliances that required too steep a learning curve, that sort of thing.

  89. Annerose says

    Nightshade allergy awareness needs to happen. People don’t know what it is or how it may be affecting them, and how these foods are in EVERYTHING we eat, even “health foods”

  90. Diane Cooper says

    I have a vegetable garden every year, I recycle everything possible, buy used if possible, and buy local if I don’t grow or raise it myself.

  91. Jenn Oldaker says

    I don’t turn on the dishwasher till it is full and the same goes for starting the washer. I do not take baths, I shower but I rarely stay in there longer than 5-10 mins :)

  92. mariem says

    i am really into water conservation- we depend on our well and i hate water waste
    i also love to shop local for meat and produce

  93. Leidy says

    Whenever we see trash we pick it up, I tell my kids that it doesn’t matter who threw it, we are picking it up because is the right thing to do.

  94. Becky Richied says

    I had to because if you look around, you have to step up and do your part because we can’t expect someone else to do something we aren’t doing.

  95. Lauren E. says

    We pick up stuff the recycle truck drops between our house & school bus stop daily, to include it in our recycling bin the next week

  96. Nikki D says

    I am inspired to recycle and support my oldest daughter with her Key Club activities. She holds bake sales to raise money for local non-profits as well as organizes fundraising for larger non-profits. She also volunteers her time around the community and I try to help out when I am able.

  97. valerie says

    we do a lot here at home and have been for a long time. We recycle everything as much as possible. Like plastic and cans. Also since I buy a lot of sunday papers after over looking them and getting my coupon inserts if our neighbors want to see it or a family member would like to see it we pass them out and after wards recycle them. We also try to wash clothes at night after 7pm. We try to wash everything in one day so we wont waste so much during the whole week. I only wash and dry once a week and so does my mom. We take shorter showers as well. i used to take 30 min showers and have cut it down to 15. or if i feel like i may take longer when i don’t need the water i turn it off then turn it back on when im ready to rinse.

  98. Jamie Brigham says

    I am inspired to teach young girls that natural beauty inside is what matters, how they view themselves is the only opinion that counts and to never do anything they don’t want to do.

  99. says

    WOW! That is great & there is so much we can do in our communities! Pick up trash is a great one and also trying to conserve energy is a big one in our house along with water and we try to recycle as much as we can!

  100. Daphne Turner says

    My husband and I both care about the environment and we pick up litter on our local roads when we are out walking together each day, plus we do the usual things at home, such as recycling all that we can and being careful about utility use.

  101. Tara Liebing says

    Buying energy efficient appliances, educate community on recycling and being conservative with water and electricity.

  102. says

    I wouldn’t mind participating in a neighborhood cleanup – they usually have one to pick up the city in the spring after all the snow has melted away.

  103. AndreaH says

    Well, we definitely recycle. We’ve been doing this for years now. It might not seem like a huge difference but we feel that it is. We also encourage others in our extended family to do the same.

  104. kath g says

    i’m inspired to do more and do less — more recycling, more walking, and less driving, less water and power usage.

  105. beth kelsay-embrey says

    I take my own cloth bags to the store anytime i go so as not to use plastic. If it is not recyclable we have a place where we burn anything burnable to keep the dump from being over run with garbage.

  106. Janette Polivka says

    I love to help any way I can. I would love to leave this place as liveable for these kiddos as possible! It’s getting scary out there!

  107. Lindsay P says

    I’m inspired to make a difference in any way I can! I smile at people, pick up trash, and volunteer my time at a help line, all to try to brighten the world a little bit.

  108. alyce poalillo says

    I care for a feral cat community in my area and I think this taking care of our natural environment. I also clean up our local stream several times a year.

  109. Margaret Smith says

    We often walk around our neighborhood and while walking, if we see garbage on the streets, we pick it up and dispose of properly.

  110. Heather Dawn says

    I recycle at my local center (it’s just a few blocks away from me!) , we use recyclable bags and, we shop at the farmer’s market.

  111. Lisa V. says

    In my hiking community, I strive and believe in no-trace. I always carry out my trash and have picked up others trash that was left on the trail.

  112. Betty says

    Within the community, we are encouraged to plant native landscaping that does not require routine watering. We put mulching blades on our tractor and leave the grass to enrich the ground. The grass is appropriate to the area and does not require watering. Our community bans certain fertilizers.

  113. Jill Myrick says

    We plant a very large garden every year and give loads of it to neighbors and shelters in our area, recycle as much as possible, conserve water as much as possible and help out in our local shelters.


  114. Paula Gardner says

    Recycle. I have been teaching the benefits of recycling to my family, friends, coworkers, neighbors really anybody that will listen to me for a few minutes. When I talk about recycling we try to buy used for most but not all of our furniture and the same for clothes. Some things I believe should only have one owner but there are so many things in the world that can be reused and maybe not for it’s original purpose.

  115. AmyBond says

    This year we inspire to buy as much local fresh produce as we can. In addition to helping out local farmers, it tastes much better than store bought!

  116. Lori says

    I do all I can, but my next thing is to use edible landscaping using permaculture techniques so that my lawn and yard is worth something more than just grass.

  117. Benny Sequeira says

    I recycle plastic into bags, totes, etc., sell them to friends/family and the proceeds are sent to charity.

  118. sheila k says

    my kids and I have picked up litter and bottles left on the trails by thoughtless people in national parks and beaches.

  119. sheila k says

    my kids and I have picked up trash and bottles and cans on the beaches and in the national parks that have been left behind by thoughtless visitors.

  120. kim says

    I live on the coast and people love to litter and not pick up after themselves, so I volunteer to pick up trash on the beach so it doesn’t harm the wildlife and us

  121. Karen Gonyea says

    I am inspired to start taking shorter showers and to recycle MORE (I already do quite a bit, but there is much more I could do) :)

  122. Nani says

    My son came home with an “energy conservation box” from school last month. He was so excited that he got me all fired up! We replaced all the energy draining light bulbs in the house, installed new shower heads & kitchen faucets. I wonder what we’re gonna do now :)

  123. heather c says

    We have many bodies of water around here and many birds who frequent those bodies of water. I’d love to make sure they aren’t getting caught up in fishing line, soda rings or other unnatural nasties humans toss around.

  124. pamela love says

    I have my own veggie garden and participate in my church’s community garden that is grown for our local food pantry and lunch kitchen.

  125. Kevin says

    I am inspired to grow my own herbs & vegetables this season and share them with my neighbors, which is my immediate community.

  126. Geoff K says

    I try to do my part by recycling and composting, both at home and in the office, by using and sharing canvas shopping bags, and joining a community garden with a group of friends each year.

  127. virgil poore says

    me and all my kids and most the family love to hunt and fish..and so many hunters and fisherman throw there trash in the woods and aorund the lake..we always tke trash bags with us and pick it up as we see it.we try to take care of our it puts food on our table and all the trash really puts them in danger.and even in winter time when we dont fish much we go out to the lakes and pick up fishing that kills the fish and wild life

  128. Sadie B. says

    I am inspired to make a natural difference with my kids at school. We pack healthy lunches with nothing to throw away.

  129. Kayci Stanley says

    I use reusable grocery bags and I enjoy buying our fruits and veggies at farmers markets when the weather is warmer. We also grow a garden.

  130. Bryan E. says

    Thanks for the giveaway…we volunteer to help maintain local hiking trails so that everyone in our community can enjoy using them.


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