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Dr. Seuss’s prescient 1971 kids’ book The Lorax is a whimsical tale with a powerful message about conservation and caring.
Dr. Seuss Enterprises and Random House have partnered to sponsor The Lorax Project to raise awareness of environmental issues and inspire earth-friendly action by kids of all ages—check out what you can do (and find cool free downloads) at theloraxproject.com.
Here are 16 ideas specifically for kids to help the environment and to learn about making the world a cleaner, greener place, courtesy The Lorax Project.
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Valentina Hantke, owner of The Art Farm in the city, gives tips on how to instill a love of nature in your city kid.
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