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Rice Is For the Birds with Paul Buttner

This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcomed Paul Buttner from the California Rice Commission to talk about how they’ve transformed the rice fields of the Sacramento Valley into a safe haven for millions of waterbirds, ducks and geese. Paul talks about his environmental journey from air pollution to wildlife conservation, and did the California Raisins steal all of rice’s thunder?

Mustachio Bristlecone | Tuesday Tip

If you’re looking at today’s Tuesday Tip and scratching your head about what this is all about, you need to go check out The Legend of Mustachio Bristlecone! Biofriendly Planet believes in the magic of Mustachio Bristlecone and know that this will get children even MORE excited to plant and give back to our planet […]

The Legend of Mustachio Bristlecone

As recently reported on The Biofriendly Podcast, the children of the world have been missing out on a candy and gift giving opportunity each Earth Day! For centuries, April 22nd has come and gone without any of us realizing how to partake in a ceremony summoning the ancient spirit of Mustachio Bristlecone—the oldest tree in the […]

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Restoring Earth: 21 Individual Acts of Green for Earth Day

Earth Day 2021 has arrived and this year’s event, like last year’s, is being held digitally around the world. The theme is “Restore Our Earth™” and, to really emphasize the importance of restoring earth, the 2021 Earth Day event is actually going to be a 3-day event beginning on April 20th and ending on April […]

Amping Up Earth Day

What if children around the world have been missing out on the gifts of an ancient tree spirit for thousands of years? This week Noel and Jacob build a bridge to Earth Day by revealing a magical new holiday 30 days later that will inspire generations to reconnect with nature, bake a pizza, and maybe sport a curly mustache!

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Earth Day – Climate Action Goes Digital

It shouldn’t be a surprise but, this year, Earth Day is going to be quite a bit different than in years past. To start, this year is Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary!! It is also a unique time in the history of our world. Most people are under stay at home (or safer at home) orders […]

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Earth Day: Taking Action to Protect Threatened and Endangered Species

Earth Day started back in April 1970, when millions of people came together to protest the negative impacts of 150 years of industrial development. As those impacts, and others, can still be felt world-wide, Earth Day has since morphed into an international “day of action” taking place on the 22nd of April each year. It […]

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 8 - Earth Day Special

Earth Day Special

This year’s theme for Earth Day is ‘Protect our Species’ so Noel and Jacob chose to learn about species they couldn’t care less about… because hey, it’s Earth Day! Plus they receive a call from special guest Sarah Evans from Well Aware with a big challenge for the week.

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 7 - What is Earth Day?

What is Earth Day?

Earth Day is right around the corner on April 22nd, so Noel and Jacob delve into the history of the holiday with Attenborough accents and explore the many ways you can do your part to clean up the planet!

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Sun-Kissed Tree

Even though Earth Day has officially come and gone. This sun-kissed tree is one of the reasons Earth Day is every day. Sitting out in the field, all on its own, it is truly content just soaking up the sun’s rays, looking towards the future and what it may hold. A future for which we […]