Definitely Green

Grinnan, Edward
July 2007
Guideposts;Jul2007, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p9
The author comments on the responses of readers to some of the ways they exercise stewardship toward the earth and the environment. One woman said she learned her earth-friendly values from her great-grandparents, frugal and faithful Dutch immigrants who settled in rural Iowa. The grandparents never threw anything away that could possibly be reused, and found a connection to God through gardening. There is also an architect who has decided to design only green buildings.


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