A guide to going green

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By Eileen Colts-TeggHedgehog Hill Organic Nursery School

and Pamela Dori-BishopLittle Dragons Nature Nursery

Eileen Colts-Tegg and Pamela Dori-Bishop offer ideas for how to improve your setting’s carbon footprint

Organic gardening

Do your children enjoy the occasional organic smoothie, or do they help their families to grow their own organic strawberries? By the time a child is five years old, they will have learned over 70 per cent of all they will ever learn. So, now is the time to instill a natural, green, healthy lifestyle that will stay with them forever.

Think organic

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