Kids & Family

Mrs. Green with Isabella's Ice Cream truck family - Children's Museum Tucson

Seeing the world through the eyes of children means seeing a world of hope, creativity and change.  Mrs. Green loves kids, spends time with children of all ages and cares about what they have to say.  We dedicate this page to them and their families. We hope that families will help this section grow with great ideas and inspiring stories to ensure a brighter, greener future for all our children.

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Radio Shows

Mom on a Mission

07.22.14

Bridgett Luther, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute – World look out! Bridgett is working to protect our children and our environment. She currently leads the Cradle to Cradle…

Mrs. Green's News


05.08.14
We Don’t Tell You What to Think, We Just Want You To

In case you didn’t know, the headline above is the tagline for my radio show. And since I am suffering from acute whirling dervish brain after attending a weekend symposium on healthy eating, the only thing I am capable of right now is asking you to think about some of the things I am thinking about. And maybe even be inspired to write to me and tell me what you think. But please, don’t yell.

03.31.14
Earth Month? Follow the Green Brick Road With Me

At the risk of sounding melodramatic (something of which I am very capable), there are times when I want things to change so much and so quickly it hurts. And, yes, even makes me cry. So why not read on and join me on a trip to Green Oz for Earth Month. I’m Dorothy (minus the pigtails) with green glittery shoes made from recycled material and I’m in charge of the control panel.

01.31.14
Planning Your Victory with Change.org

Beginning in the spring of 2012, I had the privilege of being part of a petition started by 40 kids from a lunchtime green team club that I guide at my kids’ elementary school.

01.31.14
To Heat or Not To Heat: That is the Question

(Where Chemicals Lurk in your Kitchen)
In the last newsletter I asked about topics you would like to see covered in our newsletter and you answered. Thank you! I was touched by the number of responses and the quality of the questions. I will do my best to cover every topic in the upcoming newsletters.

Did You Know?


Three Things About Girl Scouts

1. The Executive Director of the Sahuaro Girl Scout Council strongly recommended that Mrs. Green’s website have a Kids page — so we do!
2. Mrs. Green is thrilled because she is all about kids!
3. Girl Scouts is about being good stewards of the community and the environment in every sense of the word.