TreePeople: Edens Lost & Found on TV tonight.

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On PBS tonight, TreePeople and Andy Lipkis are featured in a nationally broadcast PBS series narrated by actor Jimmy Smits.

About Edens Lost & Found:
“Los Angeles was once known as the
city of dreams. Can it be reclaimed from suburban sprawl and poor planning?
TreePeople’s Andy Lipkis and Mayor Villaraigosa fervently believe so. Join
us and learn how the most storied of American cities is bucking stereotypes and
leading the way in eco-innovations. Also featured are Friends of the Expo
Line; Friends of the LA River; the Rivers & Mountains Conservancy; and Girls Today
Women Tomorrow in Boyle Heights.”

Well now this should make for good TV tonight, yes? For a little more info, go to Edens Lost and Found.

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  1. Imagine your neighborhood treeless! Imagine a school playground paved over with asphalt and no spot of shade for a child to rest under! Although the first notion may be exaggerated, the second isn”™t. Many of the schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District are virtually treeless. In collaboration with Planet Green and TreePeople I created a solution that you can put into action today!

    By recycling inkjet cartridges you can earn cash and a sponsored tree planting at your school! Start recycling your cartridges today and let”™s crack the playground asphalt. Not only will you be keeping harmful inks from entering our water supply and plastics out of landfills, but you”™ll be improving the splendor and wellbeing of our schools and communities. According to Recharger Magazine, “Every year, more than 300 million plastic printer cartridges end up dumped in landfills in the United States and around the world – almost eight cartridges are thrown away in the United States every second.”

    Whether you”™re a parent, teacher or community member you can actively participate in this opportunity. Simply pick up the phone and call your local Los Angeles Unified District School to see if they have an inkjet collection program implemented with Planet Green. If they don”™t ”“ start one. It”™s in your hands to improve the wellbeing of your community and Planet Green will provide you all the materials you need to get started free of charge.

    To view terms and conditions regarding the Los Angeles Unified School District Tree
    Planting Incentive please visit http://www.planetgreeninc.com or contact me at Planet Green Toll Free at 1.800.377.1093. You may also visit TreePeople online at http://www.treepeople.org.

    Renée van Staveren
    Recycling Program Director
    Planet Green

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