My kindergartner is already thinking green, and it’s changing the way the rest of the family shops and eats.Her teacher, Mrs. Garvey, has promised the class a party the first day that everyone brings in a litter-free snack. That means that Jessica has forbidden me from putting individually packaged snacks or drinks in her lunch box. And I don’t see her consciousness waning anytime soon.My guess is that I’m not the only parent whose child proudly wears a sticker proclaiming, “I’m helping to ...
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