As you all may know, I love Lands’ End products. They are products I never have to wonder if my kids will somehow wreck. The only coat my daughter has NOT managed to rip the zipper out of is her Lands End winter coast. That is why when I heard about the “Way to Grow: Plant a Seed, Make a Difference.” campaign I knew I had to post about it. As we approach the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day, this initiative connects kids, parents and schools through gardening and teaches that even the smallest steps can make a difference. One person can change everything.
Way to Grow: Plant a Seed, Make a Difference works like this. Visit www.landsend.com/thehub to enter your school to win funds to support a school gardening project or science initiative. (Madison attends a very small school, so I am soooo entering this). Submissions will be accepted from April 5, 2010, through May 14, 2010. The other cool thing is that during this time, Lands’ End will include a packet of 100-percent organic Russian Mammoth Sunflower seeds from Seeds of Change™ with online orders of Lands’ End Kids merchandise. How cool is that?
If you are on Twitter, make sure you join their Twitter Party on Wednesday, April 14th from 7 – 9 om CDT with Seeds of Change, a purveyor of organic seeds and a leader in the organic food movement. The party will feature gardening tips and 20 fun giveaways including organic seed collections, gardening totes, gardening books and Lands’ End gift cards. Make sure you use the hashtag #landsend.
Hope to see you there for such a great cause!