Hey, Kids are Green Too!

Getting our kids interested in sustainable living is important to us, as the good green habits they develop early in life just might stay with them. Most green activities are fun and full of science, so our boys love getting involved when they can. There are also great youth-focused organizations our there like LEEP, Lowcountry Earth Force, and the SC Aquarium. Now we have another local resource to help inspire our kids.

The apparently sleepless Drew and Suzie Webster, of Everygreen Concpets and Charleston Green Fair notoriety, have launched EverGreen Concepts Jr – a website to help kids get more interested in going green. They’ve got some green crafts, green tips, and their own show: Eco-Patrol. I can’t wait to see where the site goes from here…be sure to check it out.



1 Response to “Hey, Kids are Green Too!”

  1. 1 https://agenbetterpercaya.blogspot.com/

    What’s up, its nice paragraph about media print,
    we all know media is a enormous source of facts.

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