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Cascadian Farms Earth Day - GIVEAWAY and Printable Coupon

How many times have you come home to an empty house to find that someone left the lights on? Do you leave your toaster and coffee maker plugged in all the time?

The simple act of unplugging electronics when you aren´t using them not only reduces energy, but could save you as much as 10 percent on your electric bill.

With Earth Day´s 40th anniversary on April 22nd fast approaching, Cascadian Farm wants you to join the celebration 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.

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

The "Live Green Together" prize pack that includes Cascadian Farm cereals and granola bars, including: Fruitful O´s cereal, Cinnamon Crunch cereal, Chocolate Chip Chewy granola bars, Dark Chocolate Almond Granola, Dark Chocolate Almond granola bars, Oats & Honey granola, and an eco-friendly grocery bag.

Entering is EASY! You can submit up to THREE entries by leaving a separate comment below for each entry:

1. Share any changes that your family has made (or plan to make) in an effort to live greener.

2. Become a fan of Cascadian Farm on Facebook- Click here

3. Become a fan of SavingQueen on Facebook - Click here

Please leave your e-mail address or login to your account, so I can contact you if you win. (Your email will not be used to send spam to by us or anyone else.) The winner will be chosen by Random.org and announced on Tuesday, April 26, 2010 at 11:59pm.

If you are reading via email or a feed, please visit www.SavingQueen.com directly to leave your comments to enter the giveaway!

Disclosure: Cascadian Farm sponsored this giveaway by providing me with a free product, information and gift pack through MyBlogSpark. I did not receive any other compensation from MyBlogSpark for reviewing this product. My review is my honest opinion based on my own experience using this product.

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29 comments:

Ashley said...

I'm your fan on Facebook! Yay!
(Under Ashley Reynolds)

Ashley said...

I'm a fan of Cascadian Farm on Facebook!
(under Ashley Reynolds!)

The Diaper Diaries said...

We have given up paper towels. It has been quite an adjustment.

Shannon Kohler said...

We LOVE Cascadian Farms cereal!!! Thank you for promoting this great company!!!
Shannon (bunk44@verizon.net)

Anonymous said...

I have changed out our lightbulbs to be more energy efficient.

denise_22315 at yahoo dot com

Carolsue said...

I am a Fan of yours on Facebook
Carol Anderson Ezovski
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Carolsue said...

I am a Fan of Cascadian Farms on Facebook
Carol Anderson Ezovski
digicat{AT}sbcglobal{DOT}net

Carolsue said...

We are all trying very hard to never forget our canvas bags when we go to the store
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Melissa said...

We've recently started growing our own vegetables.
email:m17909@aol.com

Christina Lafferty said...

I'm a fan of Cascadian Farms on FB!

Christina Lafferty said...

I am a fan of Savings Queen on FB!

rachel said...

I'm a fan on face book

Shannon M said...

I am a fan of yours on Facebook! :-) Shannon Mansker

Shannon M said...

We don't use paper towels, I also try to remember to take my reuseable bags to the store and I try to make sure all lights are out and unplug things not in use.

Shannon M said...

hmm I forgot my email for you it's shanniesok22@yahoo.com. Sorry

Luvdaylilies said...

We recycle, use the CFL lightbulbs & we use our own shopping bags whenever possible.
Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

Karin said...

Recycle more.
Dry laundry on clothesline in summer
etc.

karin56381 (at) gmail.com

bettycd said...

We are planting a garden this summer. We are also expanding our recycling efforts and listing no longer wanted items on the local FreeCycle list rather than disposing of them.
I have reusable totes stocked in both cars and they are seeing a lot of use.

bettycd said...

FB fan of Saving Queen
betty dennis

bettycd said...

FB fan of Cascadian Farms
betty dennis

CherylS22 said...

I plan on using more eco-friendly cleaning products & will use my reusable bags more often when I shop. Thanks!

CherylS22 said...

FB fan of Saving Queen

CherylS22 said...

FB fan of Cascadian Farms

Ann Hoag said...

I have been buying more organic products and started a vegetable garden. I love Cascadian Farms cereals.

Ashley said...

(Just saw I didn't enter under option #1, so here it is!)

A change my family is making is that we are using our reusable bags A LOT more, and we are starting to recycle our cans. Simple things, but we needed to change our bad habits!

(Ashley Reynolds, reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com)

Ashley said...

We are no longer using plastic bags when we shop, and we are recycling everything now, instead of throwing things away.

(entered with options #2 and #3, but forgot #1 some how! So here it is!)
(reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com)

Cindy L said...

My family is no longer using plastic bags and watter bottles in our household. Cutting down on the use of plastic will help the environement stay green.

washtehcar@gmail.com

Lucy L said...

I'm a fan of Saving Queen on Facebook! =)

monolucyy@live.com

Lucy L said...

In our family, we have cut the use of plastic grovery bags. This is just one step in helping the environment stay green.

monolucyy@live.com

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