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Earth Day Approaches: What Are Your Six Words?

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

With Earth Day coming up this Sunday, I wanted to remind everyone to share their Six Words for the Planet, a new Six-Word section from SMITH, a collaboration with the Environmental Protection Agency. Share your six words to celebrate the environment, your concerns and talk about what your own “green life” means to you. Your [...]

And the Winners of “Six Words on Water” Are….

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Nearly 500 of you took the plunge and entered our “Six Words on Water” challenge, inspired by our pals over at Treehugger. It wasn’t easy picking the winners, but TH editor Meaghan O’Neil has emerged with her top three choices. Each writer will receive a Spreadshirt tee adorned by their six wet words.
The Winners:
“Raise [...]

Reader Challenge: Six Words on Water

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Our friends over at TreeHugger and Planet Green have been devoting lots of virtual space lately to exploring our oceans and waterways in their month-long feature, Blue August. That got SMITH thinking about a Six-Word Challenge about one of summer’s treats and earth’s increasingly rare resources: water. Whether your half-dozen well-chosen words are about water [...]

The Green Life Winners! (Happy Earth Day)

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

When TreeHugger and SMITH asked our communities for six words on their “Green Life” we had great expectations for mini-memoirs on all things eco. Still, once again, what you came up with in just six words blew us away. So it is on this Earth Day, a day when everyone hugs the tree huggers, that [...]

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