April 2014: Renew

 

Good For The Earth

There's already so much garbage in the world, why add more? These products can safely go back into the earth after you use them without you worrying about adding more to landfill.
 

This Month on Abe's

5 Ways to Waste Less
 

4/23 The Article

5 Ways to Waste Less

Want to make a real impact on the environment? Here are 5 easy ways to cut back on waste!
 
Ditch Water Bottles
 

4/22 The Insight

Ditch Water Bottles

That water bottle you just bought? Yeah, it's causing a lot more harm to the Earth than you may think. Here are 9 shocking facts.
 
Find Your Earth Day Name
 

4/22 The Article

Find Your Earth Day Name

You know your leprechaun name and your Game of Thrones name - but do you know your Earth Day name?
 
It's Easy Being Green
 

4/21 The Article

It's Easy Being Green

From picking up plastic bags to using reusable cups, being green every day is easier than you might think.
 
Earth Day With Kids!
 

4/21 The Article

Earth Day With Kids!

Looking for kid-friendly Earth Day activities? We have 19 to get the family together and teach kids to help the Earth.
 
Hemp in the Kitchen
 

4/18 The Article

Hemp in the Kitchen

Do you cook a lot? Here are 5 reasons to make hemp a kitchen staple alongside salt, pepper, olive oil and garlic.
 
6 Benefits of Hemp!
 

4/18 The Insight

6 Benefits of Hemp!

Beyond a cloudy stereotype, hemp has numerous health and nutritional benefits.
 
Green Hemp Smoothie
 

4/18 The Recipe

Green Hemp Smoothie

Get a boost of luck — and fiber, vitamins and more — with this green smoothie recipe featuring Happy Hemp seeds.
 
CocoHemp Popcorn
 

4/18 The Recipe

CocoHemp Popcorn

Make movie night a little more exciting by popping up a bowl of healthy cocohemp red palm popcorn!
 
Easter Hot Cross Buns
 

4/17 The Recipe

Easter Hot Cross Buns

Ginger can make anything taste better, so this Easter whip up a batch of hot cross buns with crystallized ginger!
 
Have an Eco Easter
 

4/15 The Article

Have an Eco Easter

Easter should welcome spring and all things fresh — so why taint it with toxic egg dye and chemical-filled candy?