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The Green Quote: Finola Hughes Is A Green Machine

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fh“At home we have two composting centers in the garden complete with friendly worms! We have 4 rotating vegetable plots. we also have 50 organic fruit trees! They were actually on the property before we arrived, cultivated by a purist hippie that had been organic/pesticide free for 20 years. We are working on bio-dynamic gardening, but it’s a bit complicated! We hope to have a water well dug in the next 5 years, and we will have solar panels on the hillside even sooner. My fave mommazon tip is bento boxes for school lunches. We try not to use plastic, and these bento boxes are sweet with their own compartments. Plus we send linen napkins to school for lunch, not paper. It is acceptable at their school as they have an incredibly ecologically sound system there.”

Finola Hughes chatting with our pal Chloé Jo Berman on how she does green. To read the rest of the interview, visit GirlieGirlArmy.com!

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