#Chimpanzee Prize Pack Giveaway #MeetOscar

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I am over the top excited for today.  Not only will we be attending the red carpet premiere of #Chimpanzee, Disneynature’s newest film, we will also have the chance to interview Dr. Jane Goodall, the McCain sisters, the directors of the film and more…it promises to be an amazing day!!  When we arrived here at Global Resort Homes yesterday, we were met in each of our bedrooms with our very own Oscar plush, Chimpanzee book and reusable shopping tote.  Having seen the movie, I can tell you I do not know of anyone who won’t fall instantly in love with little baby Oscar- he’s so sweet and innocent.  The chimps absolutely draw you in and I’m in awe of how emotionally connected I felt to the chimps throughout the entire film!! (Wait for my review next week!)

In celebration of the film coming next week, one reader will win a Chimpanzee prize pack including the Oscar plush, the book and the reusable tote. 

To enter: Simply leave me a comment and tell me how YOU work on conservation in your life.  That’s it.  One entry.  You can come back each day and leave an additional comment if you would like extra comments.  

This giveaway will end on THURSDAY April 19th and I need to send the winner info by 8PM EST on Friday, April 20th (the day the movie is released!!).  Giveaway is open to US and Canada.

No compensation was received for this post. I was invited on this press trip and all expenses were paid for.

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  • I only shower once a week. (just kidding)

    When I am at my home in Omaha I go up and down the streets, gather the newspapers that people leave in their yards (sometimes for weeks) and recycle them.

    ronaleeduncan{at}aol{dot}com

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  • my grandson an I recycle cans for the local boy scouts

    vlbelk(at)Hotmail.com

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  • I recycle as much as I can! I also set out bins at work for soda cans to be recycled.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  • I recycle all I can and use re-usable tote bags for groceries

    cshell090869@aol.com

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  • I hang my clothes on the line instead of using a dryer

    ronaleeduncan{at}aol{dot}com

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  • We use cloth towels an not paper towels,saves us money too

    vlbelk(at)hotmail.com

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  • I try to reuse items as much as possible

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  • I try to minimize what we consume. I try to buy products with eco- friendly packaging, use less water and of course, recycle.

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  • I recycle everything I can!

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  • I recycle & compost. Because of this I have very little garbage!

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  • I only do laundry when I have full loads, and I wash almost everything in cold water.
    Thank you!
    jackievillano at gmail dot com

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  • I recycle and reuse plastic bags. I also try to avoid bottled water. And I try to use real silverware and limit my use of Styrofoam. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you. .

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  • I am working on not buying more than needed and reusing whenever possible.

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  • We recycle and use reuseable tote bags for our purchases

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  • We recycle & reuse, use energy efficient light bulbs, always use cloth bags when shopping

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  • I recycle everything that’s recyclable.

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  • I recycle anything that I can.

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  • We recycle, use cloth bags, and try to buy things with small amounts of packaging.

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  • i save my shower water to water my plants. i use my coffee grinds in my flower beds, i also put my banana peels and egg shells, old veggies, in the garden as well. i have rain barrels to collect the rain. i also dont cook alot, do laundry abt 1/wk (just me)….only run the dishwasher when it is full. i also try to recycle things as much as i can by donating and using the local freecycle.

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  • We recycle when possible. Never buy bottled water.

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  • Conservation is just an everyday part of our lives. For example, we’ve been doing some major landscaping on our 3 acres, but we prefer instead of buying plants, shrubs and stone, mulch, etc from the nursery, we have harvested EVERYTHING from the land that is already there. We’ve made natural stone walkways, built a 1500 gallon pond out of the natural stone, rescued our fish from the bait shop, transplanted native trees and flowers and simply brought out all the natural beauty which was already there. We used the cedar trees we harvested to make all our beds, dinind room table, support beams in the house and dressers. Living with nature to us is the most natural thing we can think of to do in our lives. Oh, yeah, and we even adopted a blind deer that mama deer abandoned in our yard last Spring!
    jill24295@yahoo.com

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  • We recycle all of our cans and plastics, including newspaper and magazines.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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  • I turn off lights, don’t leave water running long, short showers, don’t use air conditioning/heat unless obsolutely necessary. I combine errands to save on gas.

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  • I use refillable water bottles instead of buying bottled water. We also recycle as much as possible.

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  • We recycle, hang the clothes out to dry as much as possible, use cloth diapers, donate old used items

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  • I dont use my dryer much I hang my clothes outside to dry
    vlbelk(at)hotmail.com

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  • We recycle when possible

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  • hope you had a great time at the premier! we try to reuse as much as possible, giving things extra life before making it to the garbage.

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  • When I was little I used to go out and actually pick up trash, I wanted to save the planet. I still do, but it’s to do with 2 kids, a job, and every day chores. But, I do my part by always throwing my garbage in the trash and not on the ground, and turning off lights and extra electricity when I can. I also recycle.

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  • Buy 100% postconsumer recycled paper to help reduce the cutting of habitat of endangered species!

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  • I make sure all the TV’s and lights are out at the end of the day and my family recycles

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  • We ride our bicycles whenever possible, use reusable bags and try to go easy on the water!

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  • If I need hot water from the tap. I run my water in a large pot till it gets warm. I then use the water in the pot for the dogs dish and for watering my garden.

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  • i always turn out lights to save power, and take shorter showers to save water.

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  • I help to clean up the beach and recycle the things that people leave out there

    ronaleeduncan{At}aol{dot}com

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  • I began recycling long before it became the “in” thing to do, approx. sixteens years ago. I also will throw leftover fruits & veggies outdoors to either return to the Earth or feed the wildlife living in my area.

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  • I’m big into reusable.. cloth diapers, mama cloth, cloth towels instead of paper towels, ect.

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  • We recycle plastic, paper and aluminum, we use energu efficient bulbs and more

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  • Our family tries to save on water. We take our showers as fast as possible

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  • I have not worked on Conservation. I was invited to the Prescreen of Chimpanzee in Seattle and am going on Monday. I will bring my boys so that together we can enjoy a Jane Goodahl film and hope it inspires all of us together.

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  • My son works for the water department so we are very intent on saving water in our house.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

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  • We recycle and take short showers
    Kims2312@verizon.net

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  • I try to save water, don’t let it run unnecessarily.

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  • We’ve planted about 20 trees (in addition to the trees already on the property); horse manure for fertilizer, chickens for pest control, recycle as much as possible

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  • We recycle!

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  • I like to go to the nearest conservation area and pick up the garbage there, and I take my siblings along too so we halp the enviornment!

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  • I have always been big into recycling and am trying to teach my children about the benefits of it also. One of their jobs is to take out & separate the recyclables. They have even reminding me at times to bring my own bags into the grocery store!

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  • We try not to waste food-it’s a little thing, but can go a long way towards not wasting the Earth’s resources!

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  • I try to recycle as much as possible and use market totes!

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  • We try to recycle as much as possible in our household.

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