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How Do You Teach Your Children To Make A Difference?

Jen and Barb talk to Meredith Alexander, founder of about the importance of doing for others.

3 Responses to “How Do You Teach Your Children To Make A Difference?”

  1. Tanya Keefe says:

    I was really hoping air compressor cars would be available for sale here in the states.. Very cool technology :) You can read a little bit about them at . There’s a link to the main site there as well.. I’d be happy with an electric though… out of necessity right now I drive a gas guzzling full sized van ; )

    I envy you for using the cloth diapers – I never could convince myself to do it! I’m curious how it has gone for you. We are done having babies, but a lot of eco-minded friends are still welcoming new additions. I would still like to know the “real skinny” on the ups and downs of cloth diapering.

  2. Kristy says:

    I try to teach by example. My kids are little, 3yrs and 1yr, but they are observant.
    We recycle, compost, use cloth diapers and try to conserve energy and water.
    Our next car will be hybrid or preferably electric.

  3. Tanya Keefe says:

    We recycle, compost, etc, plan an annual earth-friendly festival, volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, walk for March of Dimes, clean up an area road, and other things as we are able. We make sure the kids know about all of these things – what they are and why we feel it is important to do them. We get the kids involved as much as possible too! They’ve done great as volunteers for the Green Gathering, helping vendors get set up, running errands, answering questions, etc

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