Hi Chris,Sorry to take so long in reply. My kids are 7 and 5 and are in 2nd grade and kindergarten in a Seattle public elementary school. It's a very good school and they spend quite a bit of time learning about nature. Study topics have included dinosaurs, rain forests, and Antarctica. The teachers must know that kids are naturally interested in plants and animals and how they are interrelated. They also have an Audubon Society program called Finding Urban Nature for 4th and 5th graders.I'm interested in finding a mini curriculum that shows the downside of over consumption and provides alternatives to consumerism that are kinder to the earth.Hope you're enjoying your new sustainable business,Hans
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