Eleventh in a Series
In Your Community
Check out some of these tips to help you get involved and share your enthusiasm for eating green.
92. Share food with neighbors. If you’ve grown too much, get your neighbors involved in eating fresh by sharing food with them.
93. Join a CSA. Community Supported Agriculture can be a great way to get vegetables and other produce for cheap.
94. Work in a community garden. It can be a great way to meet people who share your interests, and you’ll get some great fruits of your labor to boot.
95. Find support on the web. There are numerous websites out there that have communities that would be more than happy to share ways you can become a greener eater.
96. Find friends who are green eaters. When you hang out with people who share your values, it will be easier to stick to them.
97. Get involved. Get involved in community events that support and spread green eating.
98. Educate yourself and others. Learning all you can about green eating initiatives and helping others to do the same can make a big difference.
99. Take a class. Don’t know how to care for your garden or bake your own bread? It’s never too late to learn something new, so take a class.
100. Volunteer. If there are organizations in your community that need help to run and find financing, get out there and volunteer.
101. Save and share seeds. They can make great gifts to give to friends and family who would be interested in growing their own foods as well.