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Have a green Easter celebration

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Reusable tableware is one eco-friendly component of Easter celebrations.

Easter calls to mind colored eggs and baskets full of candy and toys. Many of the things used for Easter celebrations are not necessarily eco-friendly. But there are ways to embrace greener options to ensure Easter is a happy time for celebrants and the environment. Here's how to get started.

Easter Baskets

Easter baskets overflowing with fake grass and plenty of treats are an eagerly anticipated component of Easter celebrations. However, many of the items found in a typical Easter basket — or even the basket itself — may be made of items that are damaging to the environment.

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