December is a quiet period in the garden but a busy time for holidays, so while you pause in your digging, contemplate how your seasonal decisions affect the Earth. You know what I’m talking about: toys that break Dec. 26, neckties that never see the light of day, decorations that are used once and then tossed. The holidays are a big event for the landfill — wrapping paper, boxes, junky stuff that nobody wants.
Why not make your resolution early this year? You can have a beautiful, wonderful and meaningful holiday without adding more junk to the world in the process. Here are some really good ideas to make this a green holiday:
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