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Business, Going Green
Are you doing spring cleaning? Inspired by Earth Day? Check out a few ways to give back or make some cash without throwing items away.
Here are some eco-friendly ways to celebrate Earth Day any day in Minnetonka.
Twin Cities native Christine Johnson recently teamed up with New York City-based Petit Organics to bring fresh, organic, wholesome baby food to the many busy families in the Twin Cities metro area.
The week of April 21-28, 2013 provides a variety of opportunities to celebrate and help out the Earth.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Going Green
Walks take place in a Minnetonka park where native habitat restoration is underway.
The Neighborhood Files, Going Green
Follow these five quick and easy tips to protect water quality in your neighborhood.
Schools, Going Green
On April 20, students will collect items "drive-thru style" that will be reused or recycled at Minnetonka High School.
The social-studies based program gets students working together and thinking with a 21st century mindset at MME.
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