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Whole Kids Foundation® aimed to raise over $4 million to help improve children’s nutrition

Garden students celebrate harvest day at Whole Kids Foundation supported Hunger TaskWhole Foods Market encourages consumers to invest in a healthier future for children through support of their foundation’s Growing Healthy Kids Campaign

Whole Kids Foundation launched the 2015 Growing Healthy Kids Campaign, which aims to raise over $4 million to inspire families and support schools related to children’s nutrition. This year’s goal is to raise funds and awareness to help over one million kids gain access to nutritional education and fresh fruits and vegetables through the funding of salad bars and gardens for schools, as well as nutrition education classes for teachers.


6 Reasons to Tell Big Tobacco to GTFO of the Environment

Cigarettes are the most littered item on earth. and truth team on campaign to clean up cigarette butt litter, one of the largest global organizations for young people and social change and truth, the nation's longest running and most successful youth smoking prevention campaign, have teamed up to provide another outlet for teens interested in ending smoking: Get the Filter Out (GTFO).  Cigarette butts are the most littered item globally, making them now only an eyesore, but a massive environmental problem. The campaign encourages young people to clean up cigarette butts before they have the chance to harm wildlife or leach toxic chemicals into the environment.


“Murder On The Mountain” Mystery Dinner Theatre At Callaway Gardens




Overnight or Dinner-Only Options for October Event

Add a little scare to your October as Halloween approaches.  Bring your detective skills and appetite to Callaway Gardens on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015, for a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre with a twist.  This year’s dinner features a “Murder on the Mountain.”  Those not faint of heart will put their own powers of deduction to the test to determine who would commit such a dastardly deed.


Sony Pictures Television’s U.S. Networks Join Forces With Crackle To Support The National Park Service As Part Of Sony Picture Television’s Picture This Global Environmental Initiative

Crackle, Sony Movie Channel and getTV, respectively, will be supporting the same issue and will have a unified approach in communicating the needs of the National Parks.As part of Sony Pictures Television Networks’ worldwide campaign to engage viewers on environmental issues, the company’s U.S. networks (getTV and Sony Movie Channel) and streaming television network Crackle are joining forces to bring awareness to the conservation of National Parks, it was announced today by Eric Berger, EVP of Sony Pictures Television Digital Networks and GM of Crackle.


China and U.S. Pledge to End the Ivory Trade

It is estimated that one elephant is killed in Africa every 15 minutes. At that rate, this iconic species may go extinct in little more than a few decades. Photo by Alamy

President Obama and President Xi Jinping of China announced a detailed and shared commitment to end the global trade in ivory. President Xi said his country would match the U.S.’s commitment to stop any commercial trade in ivory, in a stunning announcement that dramatically fortifies a prior statement on the subject from a senior Chinese leader.


Local Home Builder and Developer Work Together to Preserve a Piece of Richmond's Past

Local Home Builder and Developer Work Together to Preserve a Piece of Richmond's Past Taylor Morrison and Johnson Development Services Work to Save Live Oak Trees

Local home builder Taylor Morrison and land developer Johnson Development Services have spent the past several months saving a stately stand of live oak trees dating back more than 50 years in Fort Bend County.

The home builder and developer have undertaken a large scale preservation plan to save more than two dozen live oaks, some as tall as 40-60 feet, from extinction by carefully preserving and relocating them in order to protect a species of tree held dear by many Texans.



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