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Greening an RV resort

Eby’s Pines Campground and RV Resort, www.EbysPines.com has been in operation for over 41 years. We are nestled amongst the pines between Bonneville Mills County Park, and the Little Elkhart River. We are located in the heart of Northern Indiana Amish Country. We have over 300 sites including several electric- water and full hook up connections, cabin rentals, and primitive camp sites. We have ample space for larger gatherings among our 40+…See More
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Greening an RV resort

Eby’s Pines Campground and RV Resort, www.EbysPines.com has been in operation for over 41 years. We are nestled amongst the pines between Bonneville Mills County Park, and the Little Elkhart River. We are located in the heart of Northern Indiana Amish Country. We have over 300 sites including several electric- water and full hook up connections, cabin rentals, and primitive camp sites. We have ample space for larger gatherings among our 40+… Continue

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At 1:33pm on February 25, 2008, Eric Stallsmith said…
Glad to see you joined the site. I can't wait to hear about what your campground is doing to be a better steward of the environment. There is infinite room for improvement in that regard.

I am also very excited about your nearness to the Amish. The Amish offer us all examples of how we can be a better steward of the land. It behooves us all to carefully examine what they do and to figure out how we can improve by their examples.

Organic farming, hormone free meats, lower carbon emmisions.......the amish have understood these things for centuries. The amish were not sucked into the trap of chemical additives and pesticides. The amish were not sucked into the unsustainable world of cars and consumption.

Perhaps you can help people find out more about the amish.

talk to you soon
 
 
 

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