9 Eco-Friendly Dates
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Have a Zero Carbon Footprint Dinner2 of 10
More and more restaurants these days are jumping on board the green trend. Check out your neighborhood restaurant listings to see which ones offer menus with local foods, green energy preparation, organic wines and a little romance.
Organize a Scavenger Hunt3 of 10
Get together with a few couples, make a themed list of items, and pick a color (green, perhaps?).Then go out on foot with a digital camera to take pictures with each item found in the chosen hue. The couple finishing first wins.
Take a Green Class4 of 10
Learning together is a great way to get those endorphins flowing. Check out your community center, community college or local shops to find classes on sustainable cooking, paper-making or even oyster farming.
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Plant a Garden5 of 10
Get your hands dirty together, and then spend the spring and summer watching your garden grow. Harvest the fruits (and vegetables) of your labor as they mature, and feast on the food of love.
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Pick Fruit6 of 10
Strawberries are in season, as are many other berries. Pick a bucket or two together; then go home and turn them into something sweet. Don't have berry-picking locations near you? Check out your local farmers' market instead.
Try a Mass Transit Date7 of 10
Look online for local bus, subway, or light rail maps for your city, or pick up maps from the mass transit authority in your area; then choose a destination. It might be the last stop on a particular bus line or a cute town just an hour away.
Enjoy Some Eco-Tourism8 of 10
Whether it's an afternoon in your local botanical garden, kayaking a waterway, or visiting an earth-friendly resort, eco-tourism is a great way to spend some time together, and maybe even learn a little something about the planet.
Go For a Stroll9 of 10
Our grandparents did it. Their grandparents did it. For much of the history of the planet, it was the chosen way to have a date night. Choose a park, the woods, or a local beach. Or simply stroll around your downtown area and do some people watching.
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Walk for a Cause10 of 10
Is a casual stroll too casual for you? Try walking for a cause instead. Whether you're walking dogs for the local shelter or participating in a walkathon, walking for others will warm your hearts without warming the planet.
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