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I think that by the time I am 100 I will been incredibly wise and experience with life. I would pass down all my gardening knowledge and recycling knowledge as an attempt to help keep the earth green and healthy. I think that at that time pollution might be a problem so maybe my knowledge would help. I would make sure to list a lot of details about gardening etc kind of like a list of step by step instructions.

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Comment by Michele Baron on April 22, 2010 at 2:19pm
Thank you for the nice vision Hannah. I hope you have many full and rewarding years until your "green" 100th birthday! Gardening at home and with your school is a great way to start!

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