The spring months–-March, April, and May–offer a beautiful bounty of fruits and vegetables for your table, from strawberries and citrus fruits to lettuces and greens. And remember, frozen, canned or juiced, it all counts, all year round!
Create an eating style that can improve your health now and in the future by making small changes over time that reflect your personal preferences, culture and traditions. Think of each change as a “win” as you build positive habits and find solutions that reflect your healthy eating style. Use these tips and links to find little victories that work for you.
Trees help communities help themselves by achieving long-term sustainability, preserving livelihoods, and strengthening cultures today for future generations. You can help support Earth Day Network’s Canopy Project. Every dollar you donate is another tree in the ground.
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With so many food and beverage options today, there’s so much to consider when making better choices to nourish ourselves and our planet. From questions about sustainability to thoughts on packaging, portions, transportation, energy [...]
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