Even Halloween can be made green. All those plastic baskets, the junk candy with all those yucky GMO’s (genetically modified organisms), the “cheap” costumes, makeup and more can easily be replaced! A great guide for Halloween whether you use it this year or next can be found at http://www.greenhalloween.org/2011nongmoguide.pdf. They have great substitute ideas for non-gmo treats. The main site http://greenhalloween.org/ has great info on decorations, costumes and so much more.
But this blog is centered on the next holidays; mainly Thanksgiving and Christmas. Why? Because these two holidays are the biggest hits when it comes to green holidays.
Let’s start with Thanksgiving. This is the easy one. Many people already prefer to use locally farmed fruits and veggies…
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