Thanks to our Honor Society for making last week's challenge a truly remarkable event. Here they are:
EcoGrrl at EcoGrrl Network
Sinclair at Sharing Our Gifts and Nature With Me and Hoarders Unite
Squirrel Queen at The Kids' Garden Club Part I and Part II (And by the way, Squirrel Queen would really like to know if anyone has this kind of program in their area so, if you do, let her know, okay? Thanks!)
Ann at Save The World Wednesday: Think Green Thursday: Heating Your House and at Save the World: Children and Gardening
TC at Live Smart: Change The World Wednesday
Mrs. Green at Change The World Wednesday - Week 3
Yanic at Adventures Into Green
Argentum Vulgaris at Kids can be Green
Ayman at Profit From Internet
Heather at Eco-Activities To do With Your Children (Heather has included a ton of activities and posts about activities with kids ... be sure to stop by and check them out.)
Kate at Raising Kids to be Stewards of the Earth: Go Outside
Thomas at Managing (Raising) a Green Child
What A Card at Zero-Waste Lunches
Elizabeth Barrette at Review: Enter the Earth and Review: Way of Water
Millenniumhealth at Millenniumhealth
Rewinn at Thank You, Ms. Cathy
Okay ... are you ready for another challenge? We're going to tackle two more items which are common in many homes. This challenge was suggested by our bloggy friend, Amy Byrd of The Wayland Springs Cook. Here you go:
This week ... for the entire week ... don't use plastic wrap or foil. No plastic wrap to cover food while microwaving, no foil to line a pan, and neither to cover leftover food. No plastic wrap or foil ... none ... for one week.
If you never use plastic wrap or foil, identify one area of your life that could be a little more Eco-friendly. Tell us, in the comments section, what that one thing is and commit to "greening it up".
So ... are you up for it? I know that you are!
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WE'RE CHANGING THE WORLD ... ONE CHALLENGE AT A TIME!