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Give something special and unique this holiday season with the Tree Planting Gift from Trees For A Change. By giving a family member, friend or co-worker a Tree Planting Gift, you can present that person with something one of a kind and truly original that will do good for the entire planet long after the gift is received.

Starting now thru Cyber Monday, purchase a Tree Planting Gift and you can choose either the book Love Letter To The Earth by Thich Nhat Hanh ($14.95 Value) or a Dolphin Plush Toy for your pet ($12.99 Value) free! Let us know which gift you would like to get in the "Order Instructions/Comments" section during checkout. 

Love letter to the Earth is Zen Master and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh's passionate and personal call to develop an intimate relationship with the source of all life. He shares why our personal happiness is intricately tied to the happiness of our planet and offers clear and concrete practices for connecting with ourselves, each other, and the world around us.

Your dog will flip when you get him Dolphin - one of the cutest eco-friendly dog toys out there! Dolphin's fabric is made from 100% recycled IntelliLoft fibers that were previously plastic soda bottles. With a squeaker sewn into it's belly, this ocean friend is sure to become any canine's new friend!

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Dispose of Fall Leaves the Eco Way

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How to Reduce Food Waste

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Choose Eco-Friendly This School Year

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