Living Green

It's not just a color, it's a way of life

We may know the basics when it comes to living green: reduce, reuse, recycle. But what does "living green" actually mean in our everyday lives? Gerber Life answers that question with real-life examples of small changes and choices you can make on a daily basis to positively impact the environment. Examples of living green include packing your children's lunches in reusable containers and using canvas bags when you go grocery shopping. By watching for our online articles on topics such as these, Gerber Life makes it even easier to adopt a green lifestyle.

  1. Nitrogen-Filled Tires Save Money and the Environment

    Dad Checking Tire PressureWith gas prices across the country nearing $5 a gallon, its little surprise that motorists are looking for any way possible to save money when they hit the roads. One way to do this? Consider  using nitrogen filled tires for your car.

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  2. Nature Crafts for Kids: Bringing the Outside In

    Parent and Child Making Fall WreathAs more people become environmentally conscious, the demand for green activities increases. Fortunately, there are ways to practice green living in nearly every aspect of daily life. For example, when working on crafts with your children, consider making nature crafts for kids, which are crafts made from products that occur naturally in the environment.

  3. Green Activities: Starting a Family Garden with Your Kids

    Green Activities: Mother Gardening with DaughterOne of the most rewarding experiences a parent and child can share together is planting and watching something grow out of the fruits of their own labor. Starting a family garden with your children is not only valuable bonding time, but is also a green way to teach your children about where foods come from, how to care for plants and how much better organically grown foods are for you. Regardless of how much space you have to work with or how much time you have on your hands, starting a garden with your children is relatively simple and can be done in a way that is convenient for you and your family.

  4. Green-Living Goal: Green Tips for Fall

    Green Living: Father and Son Raking Fall LeavesWhen you think of autumn, the color green is probably the furthest thought from your mind. But despite the naturally changing hues of nature during the fall, there is no better time to “go green” than when the weather begins to cool down. If you are not sure where to start, consider these helpful green tips for Fall for helping your family become more environmentally friendly this fall season.

  5. Bring Green Living to Life: Raising Eco-Friendly Kids

    Family Living Green By RecyclingIt seems like everywhere you turn these days, people are talking about “going green.” From using less energy to reducing carbon footprints, buying organic to using fewer chemicals, an earth-friendly lifestyle is in the news – and it looks like this trend is here to stay. And, while green living ideas range from the practical – taking your own, reusable bags to the grocery store – to the slightly more out-there – wearing clothing made from bacteria – one of the best ways for parents to ensure that there’s a sustainable future for their children is by modeling green living behaviors.

    Set a green example for your kids by following these simple living green tips, and soon you’ll have a house full of eco-friendly kids!