Plant a Seed Make a Difference

Plant a Seed Make a Difference

It seems silly to think you can plant a seed and make a difference but its true and Lands’ End and Seeds of Change are hosting a Twitter event to celebrate Lands’ End’s “Way to Grow” sweepstakes. Together Lands’ End and Seeds of Change are teaming up to connect kids, parents and schools through gardening and after my post on Jamie Oliver and the obesity epidemic in our country this is a cause I can throw myself behind. The Lands’ End site, The Hub features content focusing on gardening facts and activities as well as the chance for schools to win up to $2,500 for science gardening programs and the activities are perfect for educators!

That is a lot to celebrate and like all spectacular celebrations there are prizes (over 20 giveaways) so here is the scoop…

It is Free to Join “Way to Grow” Gardening Twitter Event, Wednesday April 14, 2010 from 7p-9p CST:

1. Follow @LEprMichele, @LEprMolly, @LEprLibby, @LandsEndChat, @Seeds of Change1

2. Use the hashtag #landsend so the conversation can be tracked and they can reply to questions and randomly draw for prizes.

3. Use this custom Tweet Grid link to make the party easy to follow.

Don’t forget I mentioned prizes and over 20 of them! Ranging from organic seeds, Lands’ End gift cards, gardening books, gardening totes and more! So spread the word with this simple tweet…

Plant a Seed Make a Difference with @greenmom 4/14 7-9 CST #landsend

Hi, I’m Sommer (@greenmom) and I’ve been calling this my blogging home for 9 years. I’m a juggler of life, a protective mama bear and I enjoy travel, wine, sunshine and good books. I’m passionate about inspiring others to live a little healthier and greener each day. I’m many things but above all I’m a believer in karma and the good in people. I’m a children’s book author, public speaker and consultant. My full-time gig is working as a Marketing Manager for and helping to encourage everyone to eat healthier. Check out my about me page for more details.


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  • Would love to participate in this kind of event as growth is good n many things like business, relationship and your overall knowledge.