2013 Earth Day Freebies

2013 Earth Day Freebies

Earth Day is April 22nd. Many restaurants, businesses and more are offering discounts and freebies in conjunction with Earth Day. Below is a list of 2013 Earth Day Freebies. If you know of any other 2013 Earth Day Freebies, please post!

Free Set of Growable Earth Day cards

Free Earth Day Sing Along App

Free Earth Day Worksheets and Lesson Plans

Anthropologie Earth Day Events

Armstrong Garden Center Earth Day Freebie Free ladybugs
Valid April 20 – April 21st

Caribou Coffee Earth Day Freebie free coffee to all customers who bring in a reusable mug or tumbler on April 22

Disney Store Earth Day Freebie Join us April 22nd and receive a FREE Brave or Cars 2 Reusable Bag when you come in and recycle 5 plastic shopping bags
Monday, April 22nd

Evos Free Organic Shake
Valid April 22nd

HEB Earth Day Events
HEB earth day coupons and free bag (April 22nd, 3-7pm w/5 plastic bags)

Honest Tea Recycle Events – At each The Great Recycle event, which will feature either the original 30-foot tall or brand-new 12-foot tall recycling bin, Honest Tea will issue an open-call for people to come down to trade in their empty beverage containers for items such as t-shirts, yoga mats, gift-certificates, bicycles, and more.

JoAnn Fabrics Earth Day Freebie Stop by our FREE Make It-Take It from 2-3pm this Sunday, April 21st and learn how to craft this Ball Jar Herb Planter

Michaels Earth Day Freebie FREE Eco-Friendly T-Shirt Upcycling Show In Tell
Saturday 4/20/13, 1-3pm

National Parks Free Entrance
Valid April 22 – April 26th

Pottery Barn Kids Earth Day Freebie Free seed packet
Valid April 20- April 22nd

Target Earth Day Freebie Free Tote Bags filled with free samples from such leading sustainability brands as Method Dish Soap, Annie’s Bunny Grahams, Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent and Burt’s Bees Moisturizing Cream.

Wegmans Earth Day Freebie Stop by stations throughout the store, try some of our delicious Wegmans Brand Organic items and, get over $10 in coupons!
Plus, The first 300 customers who bring in clean plastic bags on Saturday the 20th can exchange them for a coupon for a reusable bag.
Saturday, April 20 11:00am – 3:00pm

Check for local Earth Day Events! – every large city (amd many small ones too) have special Earth Day events this weekend.

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Free eBooks to Download

It is Saturday morning, and with it a whole new list of 10+ free ebook downloads to enjoy! Remember, you do not need a Kindlekindle to download and access these free ebooks. You can (and I do) read the free Kindlekindle ebooks on your PC via amazon.

Note: the graphic above may not represent all the free ebooks to download listed below.

4-Week Bodyweight Home Workout ) – Workout Series (reg 99¢)

Brains: How They Seem to Work – FT Press Science (reg $39.99)

Caveman Family Favorites: Yummy Paleofied Breakfast Recipes For One Incredible Month (reg $2.99)

Easy Weight Loss Yoga: 12 Best Poses to Get Lean, Strong, and Calm (reg $8.95)

The Essential Oil Advantage: How to Use Essential Oils to Create a Healthy Lifestyle (reg $2.99)

The Four Week Financial Turnaround (reg $9.98)

Fruits That Heal! 35 Shocking Health Benefits Of These Power Fruits! Specific Remedies For Different Ailments Included (reg 99¢)

How To Design Your Perfect Interior (reg $9.99)

How to Grow Potatoes: Planting and Harvesting Organic Food From Your Patio, Rooftop, Balcony, or Backyard Garden – Booklet (reg $6.38)

Tech Etiquette: OMG (Dr T’s Living Well Series) ($2.99)

The Truth About Managing People – 3rd Edition (reg $22.99)

Link to Amazon Kindle

Related Topic: Is Amazon Prime Really Worth It?

Remember that Amazon pricing can change quickly, so download while you can!


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How Does Your Garden Grow?

Hubby and I do not have a garden. He wants one, but I know who’d end up doing the work, so have vetoed yearly. If you think I am kidding – four years ago we went to a local nursery and he decided he wanted some kind of fruit bearing bush. We decided on two blackberry bushes, one with thorns and one thornless. I figured if I ever got ambitious, I could graft them.

Over the last four years hubby has done a sum total of nothing with these blackberry bushes he had to have. I planted them, staked them, got the trestles (ok, I take it back, when I couldn’t sink the trestles far enough and they leaned, hubby fixed them), I fed them, debugged them, etc. I was even the one that harvested all the fruit!

About the same time that we purchased the blackberry bushes, I also bought hubby an AeroGarden AeroGarden that he had to have a few years ago. I figured if he could take care of that, maybe I was wrong about a backyard garden and he would take care of it.

The AeroGarden AeroGarden is still in the box.

Now to be fair, hubby still has time to decide on container gardening a few things… most likely tomatoes. Winter was pretty long up here in New York this year, so no early planting for us. And, I will not veto a container or two as I will tearing up my flower garden.

We do have that wonderful thornless blackberry bush in the backyard that produces sweet and delicious blackberries:

And one nasty, stick-to-everything, thorned blackberry bush that produces little fruit. I have to see if Hubby will help me yank it in the next few weeks as I want it gone! I do want to replace it with another thornless bush though. Believe me when I say if you have a lot of sun, and enjoy blackberries, a thornless blackberry bush is an easy to take care of fruit choice. I know some people have bird trouble and need to cover them, but *knock on wood* that hasn’t been an issue for us!

So, how does your garden grow? Are you planting one this year? Sticking with a CSA? Or just buying produce direct from a farmer or at the grocery store this year?

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