Thursday, May 20, 2010

Cascadian Farm giveaway!!!

Thursday, May 20, 2010


Earth Day has already came and gone this year but we can still make a difference and Cascadian Farm Organics is helping make a difference and they'd love your help!

Cascadian Farm wants you to join the celebration of the 40th anniversary of Earthday by pledging to follow a few eco-friendly tips on Facebook. Choose from eight different pledges, ranging from reusing clothes to reducing your speed while driving on the highway, and find the one that fits your lifestyle. For each person that signs a pledge now through May 31, 2010, Cascadian Farm will donate $1, up to $40,000, to the Organic Farming Research Foundation, which fosters the improvement and widespread adoption of organic farming systems.



As the Organic Farming Research Foundation continues to sow seeds to transform agriculture, you can do your part to initiate a positive change for healthier foods and a healthier earth by visiting http://www.facebook.com/cascadianfarm and signing the pledge that’s right for you.



Dedicated to organic goodness since 1972, Cascadian Farm products are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers or genetically engineered ingredients. With your help, we can all live greener together.


We were sent a Cascadian Farms "Live Green Together" Prize Pack which included Fruitful O´s Cereal, Cinnamon Crunch Cereal, Dark Chocolate Almond Granola ,Oats and Honey Granola and my favorite
Chocolate Chip Chewy Granola Bars and Dark Chocolate Almond Granola Bars in a large Eco-Friendly Grocery Bag.


Everything in this package was delicious the cereal tasted great and the kids loved them but my favorite were the gronala bars. I have never found a granola bar that I actually liked up unitil now, the weren't like any that I have ever tried. The were nice and chewy and the tasted delicious... I'll definitely be purchasing more in the future.


Visit CascadianFarm.com to learn more and download a $1.00 coupon today!


Win it!

Thanks to Cascadian Farm and My Blogspark you'll have the opportunity to Enter to win a prize pack of your very own! Giveaway is open to U.S residents only and will conclude on 05/25 so hurry and get your entry in!

To enter: Share what changes their families have made (or plan to make) in an effort to live greener? Or, which tips from the website do they plan to incorporate into their families’ lives?










Disclosure: product, prize pack, information, and giveaway have all been provided by Cascadian Farm brand through MyBlogspark.

86 People Clicked Here to comments:

annalene said...

My family has stopped purchasing most processed foods as the processing produces a lot of waste and also adds to the cost. If we do buy things that are processed, we tend to choose things that have minimal packaging or recycled packaging. :)

Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} said...

We make our life greener by regularly recycling everything possible. We also use CFLs, Energy Star appliances, and reusable shopping bags. We combine driving trips to save mileage -- and turn things like lights off when not in use. *Thanks* for the giveaway!
theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

marcia goss said...

We have always recycled newspapers, plastic, and glass containers. Our community has a recycling truck that comes our neighborhood once a week to make recycling easier. I also use reusable shopping bags whenever I go shopping.
marcia.goss@gmail.com

Linda Kish said...

I'm going to try the hot spot oven cleaner

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda Kish said...

Email subscriber

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Jenna Wood said...

We have been actively eliminating harmful chemicals form our diets by quitting soda, and we bring our own bags for groceries now!
six_one_nine_girlie86 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Doreen said...

I recycle as much as I can using Energy Star goodies and reusable shopping bags! purposedrivenlife4you at gmail dot com

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

less packaging used, thinking alot more about water useage- and using grocery bags from home instead of plastic. We do alot more but those are the basics, and yep we get people who say its a silly effort but it takes such little effort and it adds up

samf36 said...

We grow a huge garden trying as hard as we can to stay with natural fertlizer and pest control. We also share our produce with neighbors who would not have access to fresh vegetables.

cdziuba said...

cdziuba@aol.com We try to do everything possible: we reuse, recycle, compost, and use our bikes whenever we can for errands.

Laura C said...

I started to make a garden.
pcollins@viscom.net

Laura C said...

email subscriber

Anonymous said...

I dont very often drink soda, I use cold water to wash clothes and the new squiggly light bulbs!

frogz60@hotmail.com

Tom said...

Using reusable shopping bags and switching to natural cleaners are the latest steps.

Kimberly said...

We have planted a garden for the first time this year in effort to live more green. Hopefully it will save us money too!
kirbycolby at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

We use all natural cleaners!

mzpaw@yahoo.com

Shawn said...

We have been recycling much more than we used to and also trying to purchase more organic products.

shawn113(at)hotmail(dot)com

jon mayer said...

I am now recycling with my neighborhood and buying more local organic produce (comment by oscar64123@aol.com)

Theron said...

My family and I compost kitchen scraps in a small earthworm bin. The resulting worm castings are a good source of nitrogen that we use to feed potted plants.

Live Green!

deedleweedle said...

We have been recycling more things and switching to more green products.

Amy said...

We have a huge recycle bin outside our back door. My husband has been recycling any scrap metal someone around us would otherwise throw away. I have been trying to teach my children about closing the doors to save on the air running too much and to turn the lights off when they are done in a room.

abfantom said...

We trying to recycle, reuse and compost as much as possible. We also grow a lot of our own vegetables.

abfantom at yahoo dot com

Kimberly L said...

We recycle, and unplug appliances when not in use, and use CFL light bulbs and make conscious effort to turn off lights in rooms when no one is in them

brn2lisn at gmail dot com

Amber said...

We are now biking and taking public transit a lot more - and we're also starting a compost heap in our garden!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

k-team said...

We are living greener by using reusable containers and bottles for school lunches. We also have stopped using an air conditioner all together in the summer to save energy and it's really not that bad. The website showed me that I should learn more about where and how the food I eat is produced. Thanks!

annalene said...

My household buys as few processed foods as possible and we buy products with minimal packaging.

thewideworldof (at) gmail (dot) com

zoe hunter lee said...

I live greener by recycling everything, including my stuff by freecycling. I bring my own bags to the market, and try to buy local, including the farmer's market!

ky2here said...

We compost, recycle and shop with cloth bags.

Saebbe said...

We're going paper free, slowly but surely and are already plastic free. The only wasted paper in our home right now is coloring books.


saebbe at gmail dot com

Hotsnotty2 said...

We recycle and try to buy locally when we can, thanks!

Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

LeesaWho said...

We use re-usable shopping bags and we've switched to all eco-friendly light bulbs.

Super Frugalette said...

We make our own yogurt and bake our own bread -- less packaging and preservatives!

tattwo said...

We are trying to conserve energy whenever and wherever we can. We bought a house in Arizona that had grass in the back yard and we are taking it out and putting in native plants. We recycle as much as we can. Thanks.

Katie R. said...

In an effort to live greener we turn off items when were not using them and use reusable shopping bags.

Dancehottie1621@aol.com

jsc123 said...

In order to live more green we are recycling everything possible, using cloth bags for groceries and lunches, turning off the water when brushing our teethe and lathering in the shower and recently puchased a rain barrel for watering house plants and our garden.
Thank you so much for the chance to win.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

JACLYN said...

We put out very little trash and reuse items often.
firstrosegrrl@yahoo.com

singermagic1 said...

we are cooking more from scratch w/ fresh produce from local farmers, we recycle and I have a small compost bin on my patio
singermagic1(at)yahoo(dot)com

Kristine Michelle said...

We are recycling, using canvas bags, and growing veggies in our own garden
AllMyCrazyCats @ aol.com

tdean30 said...

It finally warmed up so we got the bikes out and ready.

tdlsfm(at)gmail(dot)com

Valancia said...

Conserving of water and trying to re-use and re-purpose discard items.
skyxsky27(at)gmail.com

Leen said...

We are trying to live greener by recycling shopping bags, using energy efficient lighting, and conserving energy in our house in general.

leenburke@yahoo.com

My3Sons33 said...

We have cut down on using paper plates & disposable cups. Makes a big difference on trash day, too.

degood said...

We have decided to plant our own veggie garden this summer to save energy.

kerrie2mayansfamily.com

gillhome said...

We don't use paper products, we use cloth napkins and cloth towels in the kitchen.

cmcathiem02@gmail.com said...

Plant a big garden and not use any harmful chemicals.

amyd said...

we have stopped using plastic bags&recycle everything we can!

ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

imin2fun81 said...

We have switched to eco-cleaners for around the house.

constancelavery at msn dot com

OneDayItWillBeAlright said...

We are using reusable bottles for our water and reusable shopping totes when shopping.

Nanette said...

We are composting our kitchen scraps for later use in our garden. We also try to garden naturally, without pesticides.
nanoarta1 at gmail dot com

llinda29 said...

We planted a garden

Sue said...

We bike and walk a LOT. To school, to work.
We recently planted a garden and are looking forward to the fresh veggies.
Thanks for the giveaway.

s.mickelson at gmail dot com

susitravl said...

We have a mandatory recycling program in our community and I thought I did a good job of recycling before that started, I am now a RABID RECYCLER! And have about 2 bags of trash a week from a family of 4.

Fangirl Jen said...

We have been switching out all of our lightbulbs and have also been conserving water. We also recycle.

Maja said...

we recycle, have a garden, ride bikes and use paper bags

sksweeps said...

We do almost all of the recommended (altho I do need to get better about using my own shopping bags). I've also got solar and rainwater harvesting!

sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

Kay said...

I try and recycle everything I can, use cold water for the wash and trying to purchase more all natural products.

5webs said...

We are living "greener" by reusing the stuff that we already own, instead of buying new stuff, and we are learning to do without unnecessary stuff also.
Alicia Webster
5webs@comcast.net

Sunnyvale said...

We compost, recycle, use our own bags at the market

susan1215 said...

We are recycling, brining a bag to the grocery store and stopped buying bottled water.

Becky said...

We recycle and have bags to take when we go shopping.

Amanda said...

We plant our own garden, and have a trash can in the kitchen just for recycling. It really cuts down on our trash.
winnieayala at yahoo dot com

julis55 said...

We recycle and have bags to take when we go shopping

melsywsou said...

We cool our house without AC.

h. mcnaron said...

We have been working to reduce harmful chemicals in our cleaning products by choosing different brands. We also turned down our heater a bit to save energy and money.

Anonymous said...

Solar panels on our house,
A garden in our yard:
Going green for us
is FUN; it isn't hard!

riceburns (at) hotmail (dot) com

FDP 4 Life said...

i have started to carpool with my mother to work it saves about a tank of gas a week
susansmoaks at gmail dot com

missrantsypants said...

We planted some trees, and we also grow our own veggies.



clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

We bicycle almost everywhere in the nice weather and eat vegetables from a backyard garden!

theyyyguy@yahoo.com

Joannie said...

We began to garden organically this year, and make our own compost from kitchen and yard scraps and don't use chemicals on our lawn or garden.
hi_joan_elliott at hotmail dot com

DarcyO said...

We do a lot of recycling and utilize reusable bags for shopping.

dlodden at frontiernet dot net

carolpie said...

I hand weed and I have tons and tons of tiny weeds but I hate pesticides so that is what I do, Might not look as good but I want to stay away from that stuff.
Also don't use ant spray and we grow our own garden and have our own chickens.


spencer1953 at gmail dot com-carol.

loni said...

I take public transportation to work everyday instead of driving ..

Wehaf said...

Instead of driving to work, most days we bike. It's actually really fun, and we're in better shape!

urchiken at gmail dot com

Pamela S said...

We recycle religiously and have for years. We've also tried to cut down on our use of disposable items. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

kathy pease said...

we recycle,i have changed all my light to the twirly energy savers,i have a front load washer to conserve water and i catch rain water in 30 gallon barrels under my roof to water my garden

kimbo1970 said...

We are recycling and reusing shopping bags.

eddingsfamily@prodigy.net

sarbear3490 said...

we started using reusable grocery bags to save the earth

allysona said...

we recycle,re-use baggies,,,on line bill paper

amy16323 said...

I recycle as much as I can
amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

Atreau said...

We recycle everything our city accepts and haven't purchased bottled water for over a year, instead we invested in stainless steel water bottles.

Derk Thomas said...

We have started with the reusable shopping bags and cut down on soda. It is a start but we will improve with time.

ddtavener said...

We have eliminated bottled water. We purchased a water filtering system, and everyone keeps their own water re-useable bottle full in the refridgerator.

ShesAnAngel said...

I have incorporated a ton of 'green' things into our lifestyle, we recycle ALL we can, and we have a compost pile in the side yard...I also try to reuse containers I get in microwavable foods for things like ferret food, condiments, etc...

justine417@comcast.net

Gianna said...

I grow my own fruit, veggies and herbs.

ohhhfire said...

we recycle and use reusable bags and energy saving bulbs, its a start!
ohhhfire@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Beverly:

I am growing a garden this year and composting too.

littlebevi@aol.com

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