In 2010 as part of the anti-childhood-obesity initiative the amount of sodium in school lunches was reduced. Currently, the School Nutrition Association tries to undo the low-sodium restriction. EarthShare National member group Union of Concerned Scientists is working to keep the low-sodium restrictions to keep our school kids healthier. “Early evidence shows that healthier lunches are…

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Support EarthShare of Georgia this fall by going for a ride!  Purchase tickets to Six Flags Over Georgia & Hurricane Harbor NOW through October 11 and give back at the same time!  For every ticket purchased, $3 comes back to EarthShare of Georgia!  

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Our member group, Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation (KGBF), is a partner of Rivers Alive.  Many of KGBF’s local affiliates participate in Rivers Alive events.  KGBF has an awards program and the deadline is quickly approaching, October 14! The Awards Program honors those whose ongoing efforts in community improvement, waste reduction, and/or litter prevention exemplify leadership in…

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Becoming a full-time vegetarian is an option that isn’t right for everyone, however, having one day per week where you “go vegetarian” has a very positive impact on our environment! If everyone went vegetarian for one day, the U.S. would save: 100 billion gallons of water-enough to supply all homes in New England for nearly…

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Is your company looking for a way to strengthen corporate social responsibility through community partnerships? Has your company been an Earth Day event sponsor but is also interested in a cost-effective year-round partnership with EarthShare of Georgia? Are you interested in company volunteer and learning opportunities to conserve and protect Georgia’s air, land and water?…

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