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If you're like me, you're in a never ending quest to find environmentally friendly, organic food. I always have my eyes open for a locally grown or raised products and ones that don't include anything unnatural or harmful. As I look at my neighbors spraying pesticides on their lawns in a battle against nature, I look at my imperfect lawn - clover, wildflowers and all - and see a refuge for nature.
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As parents, it's our goal to get our children to eat healthy, nutritious food. We spend a lot of time and energy getting them to put green things in their mouths, but what's equally important is being able to buy those fruits and vegetables. We all know that organic produce is expensive and we often pass it up in the grocery store because it's simply too expensive.
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