There is no national definition of what qualifies as grass-fed. Grass-fed beef (as the name would suggest) comes from cattle that are raised on pasture and eat green grass for their entire life. Further, grass-fed beef is not given growth hormones or antibiotics.
Grass-fed beef is very high in vitamins A, B12 and E, omega-3 fats, beta carotene, zinc and the potent immune system enhancer CLA (conjugated linoleic acid, a fatty acid). But don't confuse "organic" with grass-fed, since many organically raised cows are still fed organic corn, which you don't want. However, most grass-fed cows are raised organically.
Below are some craft + Spring activity ideas that are sure to earn Mother Nature's blessing-or at least be fun for your kids! Actions speak louder than words so to really impress upon your children your commitment to the environment and get outside and get green this spring, organize your own Earth Day event or pledge to do something more Eco-friendly.
Chemical lawn pesticides and fertilizers put the health of your children, pets, local wildlife and environment at risk.
With dedication and some work, you can have a lawn that is green—both in color and in being Eco-friendly, will leave your neighbors green with envy, and will be safe for your children, pets and local wildlife.
Calling all little diggers to come exploring with archaeologist ....... Have all games set up and ready to go before the party. Learn how to tie some knots in ropes as all archeologists need to know this skill.