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This week in Natural Healthy Habits

Posted on March 6th, 2015

Posted by Rob, Brand Manager of Citizen Engagement I’ll be honest – March is my least favorite month.  Around here it tends to be cold and gray, and I’ve found that it can be hard to hold on to healthy habits when you are feeling like winter has you run down. There are so many […]

How To Plant A Tree For Arbor Day

Posted on March 5th, 2015

Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Arbor Day is fast approaching, and stressing the importance of trees in our environment to your family is helpful. But a hands-on experience is the best way to make learning about trees both educational and fun. Whether you plant your tree in your backyard or in your community as a […]

How to Start a Community Garden

Posted on March 3rd, 2015

Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger The first time I saw a community garden, it took my breath away. I was in downtown Washington, DC, and I didn’t realize how mentally starved I was for the sight of something lush, green, and alive. Immediately upon seeing the garden, I wanted in on the fun. How therapeutic […]

How Socially Responsible Companies Can Influence Your Food Purchases

Posted on February 27th, 2015

Posted by Karen Lac, guest blogger People everywhere want to make sure they eat food that’s not only good for them nutritionally, but also good for the environment, wildlife, and those who made it. And today, you have numerous choices for purchasing foods made or harvested by socially responsible companies, or those that follow practices and […]

Coping with a Colicky Baby: Natural Ways to Provide Relief

Posted on February 27th, 2015

Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger As the Mayo Clinic explains, “Colic is a frustrating condition marked by predictable periods of significant distress in an otherwise well-fed, healthy baby.” As if being a new parent isn’t stressful enough, colic symptoms—like intense crying for no explainable reason—can make it even more overwhelming. My daughter was so calm […]