The PB&J Campaign
You recycle. You choose organic.
You conserve energy.
Now take at-home environmentalism
to the next level.
National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day — April 2
  Each time you have a

you shrink your carbon footprint,

emissions and water pollution,
you cut back on habitat destruction,

How does this work?
It's actually not ONLY about the PB&J. Any plant-based
meal you eat instead of something based on meat, fish,
eggs, or dairy products can have a big impact.

Find out more about how this works.

How much can you accomplish?

You might not end global warming in one lunch break, but
each time you choose the plant-based meal you make a difference, just like taking out the recycling or taking public transportation to work instead of driving.

Ready to take the PB&J Pledge?

  A healthier planet, one meal at a time.
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National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day in Wheeling, West Virginia

Lindsay Spaar is the organizer for the Ohio Valley Vegetarian / Vegan Meetup, a reference assistant at the Ohio County Public Library in Wheeling, West Virginia, and a 25-year vegetarian. She has put together some awesome National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day events for April 2, and she shared the details with the PB&J Campaign:...More>>

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