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Earth Day Every Day!

Making better choices for yourself and the planet is easy enough to do every day. From reusable shopping bags to planning meals to use everything you buy, you can make a difference locally and globally.

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Shop your fridge!

Reduce wasted food and save money. Get creative and shop your fridge and pantry before heading out to the store.

Families Find Hope with IGA Cares and Partnership for Drug Free Kids

Did you know that drugs now kill more people than car accidents?  IGA is joining forces with Partnership for Drug Free-Kids, a national organization with local influence, to provide resources to help families struggling with substance use in your community and across the nation.

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Good for you and for the Planet

Did you know that about 95% of the food we throw away ends up in landfills? It can be easy to help make food choices that are nutritious for you and keep the planet [...]

Spring Clean your Menu – Three Ways to Update your Intake

One of my favorite ways to keep meals interesting is to switch out fruits and vegetables every season. If you love to eat local and get bored with the same meals day after day, [...]

Follow your Heart!

Celebrate American Heart Month! Heart disease is the number one cause of death globally.  Here are some easy and impactful ways to help care for your heart and the hearts of those you love: [...]

18 simple things you can do for your yourself and for the planet in 2018!

Interested in more information? Click on the link in each item to dig in! Clean your closet and donate items that are in good shape that you no longer wear Clean the house weekly [...]

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Build A Baker Kids Game

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The The Greens was created by WGBH in Boston. This site was produced with the support of Ed Burtynsky and the TED Community. Generous funding comes from the Byers Family and the ESA Foundation.

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