Dirt Divas garden author asks for the charge to bring against obesity in children
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) 19 April 2012
asks you to talk my fellow Dirt Divas, undertake to organize and participate in Earth-friendly gardening and growing communities in this Earth Day. “We are our children’s future in our hands. If we do not call us a few misguided eco-vague, when they grow up, you better start, the role models for the land that feeds us safely through the increase respect meter, intelligent and sustainable. we have not enough blame parents? Seriously. “
Who qualifies as a diva dirt?
1 Divas of land are so excited about the sale of shoes from Macy, as they released a few buckets of chicken manure for the garden are. Dirt Divas are an integral part of fashion and compost from the queen and proud of it.
2 Dirt Divas to see a dream, an organic school garden in every school. Make yourself a day to sit at the children outside of the excavation on the land and growing food and flowers rather than to play video games and text messages. OMG!
3 Dirt Divas know that the U.S. is the world ranked number one in obesity in children that junk food companies have advertising budgets skyrocketing, and the divas of the dirt you have to do battle with, especially sunflower seeds and dice composting. But they know they can make a difference.
Horcones pick up and go into battle pink
Spiegelman grew up and hardens on the sidewalk in the city of New York, moved to California for over twenty years. “When I search for a mother who had no time to be ignorant. When my son was a baby and put all the leaves in the mouth of our garden, I started on the Pesticide Action Network (http:// / www . panna.org), which was in the chemistry that I happy and naive to spray my yard. I still feel for polluting my whole neighborhood, just to look good for my petunias guilty! I began the study with scientists at the ground University of Berkeley, Professor Stephen Andrews, and called us all in the chemicals and nothing to get our gardens in the rapid rehabilitation of your message. compost, manure, compost, “says Spiegelman.
Spiegelman was organic in your garden for more than ten years and never again “drug” as she calls them. Now she has set her sights on transforming the next generation. She coordinates two high school organic garden in the Bay Area and is determined to get young people like gardening. “My goal is to help children make huggers from trees, flowers and kale enthusiast-eaters for life I’m with junk food, phone, and video game companies in the competition, I intend to win – .. But I My people need: another country divas “
To this end, this spring began, Spiegelman, to raise funds to support school gardens. Dirt sells organic cotton hats Diva cases, in essence, the cost that goes with $ 1 from each sale in the school gardens in the Bay Area to help. On sale online http://www.dirtdiva.com/truckerhat.html
For ideas on how to start the movement of the diva of dirt in the United States, contact Annie http://www.dirtdiva.com
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