• Hand out wildflower seed packets to participants to encourage families to grow flowers and give them to their neighbors
• Color drawings/rubs on recycled flower seed paper that can be torn up and planted in a garden
• Have families write how they can do good in their own neighborhood for the environment and pin it to a map of Minnesota
• Educate families on ways to Do Good in their Neighborhood; picking up litter, saving water, etc.
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