Give the Gift of Plow, Not Hearth

(EZ Newswire)

GLEN ALLEN, VA -- VA-based The Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright, a nationally recognized eco-sustainability specialist, challenges all to give gifts of plow, not hearth.

For many, their gift focus is "hearth and home" not "plow," but from an eco-sustainable and environmental stewardship perspective, a focus of plow is more appropriate. Why? From the rainforests of southeast Alaska to the deciduous forests of the Mid-Atlantic region, climate shifts continue to wreak havoc on America's landscape.

To aide acquiring eco-sustainable gifts, The Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright has posted a series of blogs which suggest gifts of plow, not hearth. To follow, visit her blog at or acquire copies of Wright’s newly released tips and strategies books available at

In the spirit of the holiday season, won't you join Wright in her quest to green lifestyles one scoop at a time, give gifts that reflect eco-sustainability, and choose to plow, not hearth.

As recipient of the "Turning America from Eco-Weak to Eco-Chic" award sponsored by Project EverGreen, Garden Center magazine, and Hines Horticulture, Wright is recognized as a person who encourages all to create landscapes from an eco-sustainable point of view, seek to reduce their carbon footprint as well as feed their families pesticide-free produce.

"The challenge," says Wright, "for present-day communities is to create landscapes from eco-sustainable points of view, a 'waste not and want not' ecological commitment: become caretakers for their environmental communities."

About The Wright Scoop

Featured by "Virginia Home Grown" on WCVE-TV (a PBS member television station in Richmond), State-by-State Gardening magazines, and Birds & Blooms magazine for her hands-on eco-activities, The Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wrightcontributes to industry magazines and newspapers and blogs for Build Green TV. For details of her books and activities, visit web site


SOURCE: The Wright Scoop

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