Wellness

In my lifetime, I have seen the waves of awareness change. Growing up, we grew what we ate, composted and recycled out of necessity. Now, more and more, we are going back to this with farm-to-table initiatives and community gardens. Sustainable is not just a buzzword now, it is an action.
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My hope is that Treehouse pecan milk encourages folks to re-think the ways that the food (plants!) growing around them can be consumed. That we can create a supply chain that is built on fairness and quality, that sources sustainably and locally grown; a product that brings joy and is nutrient-rich; and processes that do minimal environmental harm. I hope we will have shown that there is more to pecans than just pie – and maybe we’ve spurred some economic development and community improvement in Georgia as a result.
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As a child, I grew up traveling with my parents to engineering projects my Dad was working on all over the globe. This travel allowed me to realize that often you don't need to travel far for great adventure and community. Your home and life is what you make of it, often right beneath your feet. 
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"Waste not want not" was a phrase lovingly instilled to me by my dear Grandma. We have always been very "waste conscious" family. From hand-me-downs, veggie patches and recycling, it was all part of growing up. Nothing went to waste in our household, my mum made sure of it.
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