What you can do: Educate yourself about GM food; buy organic and ask your market to carry food without genetically modified ingredients.
What you can do: Try some simple, meaningful gift ideas for Valentine's Day, like organic bouquets and undies, taking the dog for a walk, or being the one to brew organic coffee.
What you can do: Seek out nontoxic lunch-packing products and consider growing your own mushrooms in a box!
What you can do: Eliminate obesogens from your food supply and home environment.
What you can do: Save money and keep clothes out of the landfill by swapping the best for store credit or cash. Bring the rest to Goodwill or Salvation Army to give it a second life (and get a tax deduction).
What you can do: Use nontoxic cleaners, go solar where you can, and when remodeling, opt for a cool roof.
What you can do: Pay your farmer's market tab using a cell phone; friend your farmer on Facebook for seamless trips to and transactions at the farmer's market.
What you can do: Eat organic, and seek untreated lumber and no-VOC paints for baby's nursery.
What you can do: Look for the most comprehensive organic certification out there, and buy local or used when you can't find it.
What you can do: Learn the tricks of organic lawn care and enjoy a beautiful—and nontoxic—yard.