Thursday, April 14, 2011

Giveaway #7

Up is a Baby Star Quick Change in a qirl print!

Tell me:
What is something that you do that is earth friendly?
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252 comments:

  1. cloth diaper, compost, recycle

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  2. Gave up paper towels

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  3. Recycle, Plant a garden :-)

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  4. We try not and use paper products in our house. We use tons of cloth!!!

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  5. Jen H8:20 PM

    Composting

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  6. compost and recycle

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  7. Cloth diaper and recycle

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  8. Low flow toilet and 5 minute showers!

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  9. compost, cloth diapering and recycle

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  10. My class collects plastic water bottles... we recycle them and then donate the earned money to Red Cross for earthquake relief in Japan.

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  11. raise chickens and compost their stuff into my garden!

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  12. recycle and compost. We throw away very little garbage as a result!

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  13. Compost and try to use natural based products

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  14. Cloth Diapers, Recycle

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  15. we recycle everything, joined a CSA this summer, compost, have a garden, car pool, unplug everything when it is not in use! :-)

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  16. We sign up to receive a weekly delivery of organic vegetables to support local farmers. We recycle of course and plan on cloth diapering.

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  17. Re purposing, recycle, cloth, grow veggies

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  18. Cloth diaper, compost, recycle

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  19. Cloth diapering, recycling, organic food etc.

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  20. We compost all our kitchen scraps, recycle as much other waste as possible and raise/grow as much of our own food as possible, or source from a local CSA.

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  21. recycle and cloth diaper.

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  22. Donna8:21 PM

    Recyling

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  23. Use reusable products more than disposable- cloths instead of paper towels, cloth diapers, diva cup, etc.

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  24. Keep lots of wash clothes under every sink. Cuts WAY down on paper towel use!

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  25. Cloth diaper and we use reusable shopping bags. (Chico Bags!)

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  26. Recycle, buy local as much as possible!

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  27. We bring our own bags (including produce) to the store.

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  28. Anonymous8:22 PM

    recycling

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  29. Beatriz B8:22 PM

    Recycle!

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  30. don't use paper towels or other disposables...well, other than toilet paper!

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  31. Switched to using all natural, make my own cleaning products and recycle anything we can.

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  32. Recycle, use green box for compost, limit to one car.

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  33. we support our local organic farmers by participating in a CSA (farmshare) throughout the growing season. can't wait till the new season begins!

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  34. Recycle, shop from local farmers, we'll be composting and growing some of our own produce soon! :)

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  35. Dee Dee8:22 PM

    Cloth diaper, recycle, cloth napkins, cloth wipes, reuse

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  36. Erin Y8:23 PM

    Recycling and compposting

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  37. Anonymous8:23 PM

    Cloth diaper, make my own cleaning supplies, recycle.

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  38. Take public transit to and from work every day

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  39. Recycle, cloth diapers

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  40. I make my own organic babyfood and store it in recyclable glass containers.

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  41. We recycle, reuse lots of different things in our house!

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  42. Anne Lehnick8:23 PM

    I cloth diaper my baby girl and we recycle paper and cans even though we live in a rural area and have to take them to the recycling facility on our own.

    candyland121@hotmail.com

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  43. Sara Davidson8:23 PM

    Cloth diaper

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  44. I cloth diaper the baby. I also recycle and use earth friendly cleaning products,

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  45. Recycle, compost, cloth diaper, my husband rides his bicycle to work

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  46. recycle, cloth diaper, one car, try to use natural products

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  47. Cloth diaper.
    buy in bulk with reusable containers.

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  48. recycle, and cloth diaper

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  49. Kim S8:24 PM

    shop at our local farmers market, and of course, recycle everything we can!

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  50. Cloth diaper & wipes, compost, recycle.
    lindsay at lindsayscandles.com

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  51. Breastfeed!

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  52. Anonymous8:24 PM

    ditching the disposable (everything... well almost! LOL) for reusable! :)

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  53. Cmackill8:25 PM

    Cloth diaper

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  54. We cloth diaper, recycle, and compost

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  55. use earth friendly cleaning and hygiene products

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  56. cloth diaper, compost, recycle...starting a wormery too.

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  57. I recycle as much as possible and compost all kitchen waste.

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  58. We try to do everything we can: cloth diaper, mama cloth, recycle, compost, reusable bags and coffee mugs, drying on the line, eat locally, grow our own food, use rain barrels, and buy organic wherever possible.

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  59. Taylor Loudenberry8:25 PM

    Ridding myself of ALL plastic, recycling, and buying local & organic!

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  60. Holly D8:25 PM

    Recycle and make my own baby food

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  61. recycling & I try to use only natural cleaning products

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  62. RhondaV8:26 PM

    Recycle, reusable bags, garden, compost

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  63. Anonymous8:28 PM

    playing outside more!

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  64. Cloth diapers, recycling, eat locally

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  65. cloth diaper, recycle, buy local, eat veggie friendly

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  66. Compost, garden, & reuse as much as possible.

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  67. We replaced all our paper products with cloth ones!

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  68. recycle and buy used

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  69. Recycling and commuting together when ever we can.

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  70. Chris Bodnarchuk8:31 PM

    Cloth diaper, recycle, walk whenever we can

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  71. Margot Hirst8:31 PM

    Cloth diaper

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  72. Garden, use hand tools instead of power, walk everywhere we can, cloth diaper, flourescent bulbs, compost, reuse, repurpose, recycle, FREECYCLE! Shut off what isn't needed from the computer monitor to the tv. If I'm not paying attention to it it goes off.

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  73. Cloth diaper, recycle, vegan diet, make my own household cleaners, reusable grocery bags and water bottles.

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  74. Recycle and support our local farmers!!

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  75. Jane N.8:31 PM

    We use re-useable bags.

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  76. Joni K8:32 PM

    cloth diapering, organics for LO and recycling

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  77. I use eco friendly cleaning products.

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  78. Anonymous8:33 PM

    cloth diaper, organic food, reusable bags

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  79. Compost, solar panels, cloth diaper, grow as much food as we can organically, earth safe cleaning products, getting chickens

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  80. cloth diaper, recycle everything we can and use containers for lunches

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  81. Cloth diaper and we LOVE it!

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  82. recycle, no disposible plates/cups, walk whenever possible, buy locally, new to cloth diapering

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  83. Cloth diapering is one!

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  84. recycle as much as we can, buying organic and using green cleaning products

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  85. recycle, eco or home made cleaning products, nurse...

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  86. buy organic and local veggies. so many more though :)

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  87. Participate in community shared agriculture.

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  88. Recycle, cloth diapers, shop local, buy organic

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  89. breastfeeding and cloth diapering. also use a diva cup.

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  90. breastfeed, cloth diapers, use a worm bin, and recycle at my local dump

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  91. Reusable bags for the grocery store.

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  92. Cd, dryer balls and air drying clothes,

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  93. recycle,cloth dipe/wipe,composte.

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  94. I breastfeed, take my own shopping bags, recylce, and have a garden.

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  95. Hang dry cloth diapers

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  96. Stainless water bottles, reuseable grocery bags. We are in a produce and meat co-op. I try to buy local as much as possible.

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  97. cloth diapers, cloth wipes, reusable grocery bags, and line drying my clothes (weather permitting)

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  98. Cloth diapers, recycle, reusable bags.

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  99. We recycle as much as we can!

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  100. Cloth diapers, recycling, driving a hybrid, shopping locally as much as possible

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  101. What DON'T I do that's earth friendly? Well, maybe a handful of things, but I breastfeed, cloth diaper, conserve water & energy, use "unpaper" towels, use only non-toxic/biodegradable/organic/fair trade cleaning & bath products, etc etc. :)

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  102. recycle, unpaper towels, mama cloth, reusable bags, compost, planted an organic garden

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  103. recycle and use shopping bags when I shop are the two big ones! !

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  104. Recycling and reusing. We bought a lot of our baby things from thrift stores or received them as hand-me-downs, there is very little we bought new.

    blazespirit@gmail.com

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  105. planting plants/trees. I LOVE planting trees! Plus I buy all my produce locally.

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  106. Recycle, cloth diapering, eating less meat.

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  107. just installed a solar system in our back yard that will supply at least half of our household electric usage!

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  108. garden, compost, raise chickens, schedule electricity-free nights into our week (so much fun!), buy organic, use rain barrels, recycle...

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  109. compost and recycle, use green cleaning products

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  110. compost, cloth diaper, line dry, grow my own food, etc. :-)

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  111. compost, recycle, reusable bags

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  112. Cloth diaper, breastfeed, recycle, eat local and organic.

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  113. At home we recycle and compost.

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  114. Cloth diaper my 2, soon to be 3 kids.

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  115. We cloth diaper, recycle, reusable shopping bags and snack bags, aluminum water bottles and glass food storage. I'm hoping to learn to compost this summer

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  116. We recycle, cloth diaper, garden, use cloth baggies and glass straws!

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  117. cloth diapering & recycling

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  118. We do lots of little things, but I think the biggest is sharing one car! At least, it's the most inconvenient!

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  119. cloth diapers, recycling, reusable bags everywhere we shop, glass storage containers

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  120. Reduce, Reuse & Recycle!

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  121. recycling and cloth diapering

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  122. Gloria S9:06 PM

    cd, buy local (yay for CSA!), vegetarian :)

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  123. Recycle, cloth diaper, compost, hang our laundry to dry.

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  124. Raise my own food (including chickens for meat & eggs)! Compost, recycling, make my own cleaners, etc.

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  125. Jenn L.9:08 PM

    recycle!!

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  126. eco cleaning products, recycle and try to buy more organic foods

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  127. Have a Chemical Free home :)

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  128. cloth diaper, use chemical free cleansers in our home, buy organic when possible.

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  129. Cloth diaper, reusable lunch containers, recycle

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  130. Recycle everything we can.

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  131. Recycle and Reuse!!!

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  132. cloth diaper, can produce and garden

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  133. recycle and gardening!

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  134. cloth diaper, compost

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  135. Cloth diaper, buy all natural cleaning products, reusable bags, & grow a garden

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  136. recycle (everything!), especially the kid's toys and clothes - which we pass along family and friends.

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  137. Cloth diaper and we are getting ready to buy a composter...and plant a garden this summer!

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  138. I cloth diaper both my boys :)

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  139. recycle, reusable grocery bags, buy used instead of new.

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  140. We compost and grow our own veggies and fruit.

    ashley at freckleberryfinds dot com

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  141. one thing, I like to upcycle old clothes. its fun giving something old new life.

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  142. Cloth diaper and wipes, we dont use paper towels, by used, we have a garden, use all natural cleaning products.

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  143. Recycle and compost.

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  144. try to conserve energy by unplugging items that are not in use

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  145. Recycle and I will be using cloth diapers on our new baby in a few weeks.

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  146. Cloth Diapers :)

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  147. Organic gardening, composting, recycling, breastfeeding, cloth diapering, etc :)

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  148. line dry cloth diapers and bike to work

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  149. recycle and make sure all my laundry loads are full.

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  150. recycle, cloth diaper, mama cloth

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  151. Cloth Diapers, recycling, composting, growing our own garden, canning my own food that I can't eat, making my own cleaning products, etc., etc., etc. =)

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  152. clean with vinegar and baking soda!

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  153. Christine Kress9:35 PM

    Cloth diaper, recycle, re-use, grow a veggie garden, buy as much organic as our budget will allow, earth friendly laundry soap

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  154. Recycle, compost, cloth diaper, reusable bags, reusable water bottles

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  155. Recycle and use cloth diapers!

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  156. Candy M.9:40 PM

    We bring our reusable bags when we go shopping.

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  157. Cloth diaper, recycle, compost/garden, reusable shopping bags and beverage bottles...

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