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Earth Care Connections

Earth Care Connections

Caring for the Earth is one of the most important things we can do as part of our daily life. Purchasing natural products for your garden, home, health, groceries... Avoiding plastics that pollute the planet especially the plastic that floats in the ocean. Buy, grow and eat organic food to avoid toxic, chemical pesticides and fertilizers that pollute the land, water and neighboring communities as well as penetrate into the plants.  


Environmental Working Group's Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce

The Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce, curated by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), is a comprehensive list that highlights the twelve fruits and vegetables most heavily contaminated with pesticides. This guide serves as a valuable resource for consumers who prioritize organic produce and wish to minimize their exposure to harmful chemicals. By identifying which fruits and vegetables have the highest pesticide residues, the Dirty Dozen empowers individuals to make informed choices about their food purchases, promoting a healthier and more sustainable approach to eating. Incorporating the Dirty Dozen list into your shopping routine can help you prioritize organic options and reduce your environmental impact while supporting your overall well-being.

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Earth 911

Earth911 is your ultimate resource for all things sustainable living. With a mission to inform and inspire individuals to take action towards a greener, more environmentally-friendly lifestyle, Earth911 provides a wealth of information on recycling, reducing waste, eco-friendly products, renewable energy, and sustainable practices. Whether you're looking for tips on how to recycle properly, seeking eco-friendly alternatives for everyday items, or want to stay updated on the latest environmental news and innovations, Earth911 is your go-to platform. Join the movement towards a healthier planet with Earth911 as your guide.

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National Geographic Planet or Plastic?

Planet or Plastic? is National Geographic’s multiyear effort to raise awareness about the global plastic trash crisis. Visit their Planet or Plastic? web page often to learn more, and find out what you can do to reduce your own single-use plastics.

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