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February 8, 2022 | | 5

A Go-To Guide for Planning and Planting a Home Garden

Home gardening is blossoming—literally. Look no further than results of a 2022 Gardening Insights Survey: 62% of respondents say they will be planting more in the coming year—for good reason. Spending time in the garden offers a multitude of benefits, from fostering feelings of well-being to creating a more beautiful outdoor space. “There are certain […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Community Project, DIY, Environment, Family, Food, Health

June 29, 2021 | | 7

Going plastic free? 10 easy ways to avoid plastic

Movement readers, I’m super excited to start the Plastic Free Challenge this Thursday, and I’m hoping many of you will join me. But we all know that reducing plastic isn’t always easy, so I’ve put together a few tips to help us avoid plastic as much as possible. 1. Buy in bulk where possible. Last […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Chemicals, Conservation, Environment, Food, Health, Plastic, Reuse Recycle, Safe Havens

June 8, 2021 | | 1

5 steps to clean your grill with no harmful chemicals

Gearing Up for Grilling? If your summertime plans include cranking up the grill for a delicious meal to serve family and friends, you’ll want to make sure your cooker is clean! Not only does a well-kept grill look better, it’s safer, works better and lasts longer, too. Even if you wiped down your charcoal or […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Chemicals, Environment, Family, Food, Health, Safe Havens, Water

June 1, 2021 | | 6

Happy anniversary to us: 27 years of making a difference

Radically reducing chemicals and making the world a little safer I’m so excited to wish Norwex® a big “Happy anniversary!” After beginning in Norway 27 years ago this month, Norwex now has a long, proud history of radically reducing chemicals in homes all over the world. Our exceptional microfiber, household and personal care products are […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Chemicals, Conservation, Energy, Environment, Food, Health, Plastic, Reuse Recycle, Safe Havens, Water

December 29, 2020 | | 2

Let’s Count Down to the New Year!

Closing the Chapter Well can you believe it? The New Year is almost (finally) here! I know for many of us, 2021 couldn’t come soon enough. And while this year has certainly been challenging, it’s a good time to remember all we’ve accomplished and for me to say “Thank you” for what you’re doing to […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Chemicals, Conservation, DIY, Environment, Food, Health, Plastic, Safe Havens

November 17, 2020 | | 3

On The Mission: “Feeding America: The Fight to End Hunger”

Feeding America Today, I’m super excited to be speaking with Michele Bart, Director of New Partnerships — Southwest, for Feeding America. Highly rated by watchdog organizations like Charity Navigator and the Better Business Bureau, Feeding America is the United States’ largest domestic hunger-relief organization. With great challenges as well as audacious goals, their mission is […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Community Project, Food, Health

February 18, 2020 | | 11

Fake Flowers, Real Problems: A New Way to Help Bees!

Protecting the Pollinators In case you hadn’t heard, the bees are disappearing at an alarming rate! We’ve mentioned the impact that bees have on our ecosystem as a whole, but it’s an important topic that needs more attention. Without the bees, we wouldn’t have the food we need to survive. Thankfully, steps are being taken […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Environment, Food, Health, How You Can Help

January 21, 2020 | | 7

Feeding Hope in the Fight Against Food Insecurity

What Organizations Are Doing Did you know that approximately 13.5 million Americans are living in areas known as “food deserts”? It’s an unfortunate reality that so many Americans don’t have access to fresh produce, leaving them with unhealthy options like fast food. There are many reasons why getting fresh produce and healthier choices are difficult […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Eco-Friendly Cities, Food