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Select certified organic as much as possible. According to the Environmental Working Group, you can lower your pesticide exposure by 90 per cent simply by avoiding the most contaminated conventionally grown produce: peaches, apples, sweet bell peppers, celery, strawberries, nectarines (imported), lettuce, imported grapes, spinach, cucumbers, blueberries, and potatoes. Opt for organic when buying these foods.
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Five Ways to Get Your Kids Involved on Earth Day

Five Ways to Get Your Kids Involved on Earth Day

April 22, 2015 | Advocacy

By Megan Boyle More than 20 million Americans came together in 1970 for the inaugural Earth Day. Much has changed in the 45 years since then, but  …
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