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Step Into Our Greenhouse: Q&A with VP of Growing Operations, David Bernard-Perron

Step Into Our Greenhouse: Q&A with VP of Growing Operations, David Bernard-Perron

The Green Organic Dutchman

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TGOD Glass Jar DIY Christmas Tree Ornament

TGOD Glass Jar DIY Christmas Tree Ornament

We hope you’ve been saving your empty TGOD glass jars for the holidays because there’s so many cute DIYs that can be done.

The green tint of the glass jar makes it a perfect canvas for Christmas decor of all kinds. 

Michelle Pugle

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Infused Sea Salt Recipes for Your TGOD Glass Jars

Infused Sea Salt Recipes for Your TGOD Glass Jars

Your TGOD sustainable glass jars provide the perfect place to store homemade infused sea salts for all your culinary needs.


What makes our jars so great for storing seasonings?


  • Quality glass preserves freshness
  • Green tint extends shelf-life by blocking light 
  • Secure lid prevents spills and contamination

Michelle Pugle

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11 Ways to Reduce Food Waste This Holiday Season

11 Ways to Reduce Food Waste This Holiday Season

Michelle Pugle

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How to Prep Your Garden for Harvest Season

How to Prep Your Garden for Harvest Season

For outdoor gardeners, harvest season brings both bounty and a feeling of bittersweetness. As we see our hard work come to fruition, we sense another summer has come and almost gone. 

Now’s the time when we’re simultaneously extra busy in the garden beds but also seeing such steady work slow as fall fades into winter. 

Michelle Pugle

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How Industrial Hemp Fields Help Sustain Local Bees

How Industrial Hemp Fields Help Sustain Local Bees

It’s exciting times for the North American hemp industry. 

Growing hemp has been permissible in Canada since the mid-90s, but the prohibition around harvesting and selling its CBD-rich flowers, leaves, and buds has only recently been lifted. Alongside our law change came our southern counterpart’s removal of hemp, its seeds, and derivatives from the Controlled Substances Act. Hemp is now being recognized as a non-psychoactive plant that has exponential profit potential for local farmers and licensed sellers.

Michelle Pugle

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The Soil Nutrients Needed to Grow Organic Cannabis

The Soil Nutrients Needed to Grow Organic Cannabis

Soil is the life force supporting every non-hydroponic organic garden. Comprised of organic matter like humus, animal manure, and compost, as well as beneficial microbes and fungi, fertile organic soil is alive and teaming with the necessary macro and micro nutrients for your organic cannabis plants to thrive. 

Michelle Pugle

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The Benefits of Birds for Your Organic Garden

The Benefits of Birds for Your Organic Garden

Birds can easily be seen as garden pests—just ask any gardener whose newly sown seeds have “disappeared” or whose crops have been raided. While we do our best to prevent our outdoor gardens from becoming bird brunch, sometimes we’re simply outwitted. Our seed covers, raised bed screens, stakes and flags, etc. fail us. It happens.


It can be quite devastating to see our hard work destroyed, but there’s another side to this age-old story of gardeners versus birds. The benefits of birds in our organic gardens far outweigh any damage done. 

Michelle Pugle

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DIY Mini S'mores Jars

DIY Mini S'mores Jars

In the glorious world of DIY, you don’t need a campfire to enjoy the ooey gooey chocolatey goodness of S’mores. You can whip up these single-serving desserts in repurposed TGOD glass cannabis jars in a matter of minutes. 

Michelle Pugle

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Why Your Organic Cannabis Plants Need Potassium

Why Your Organic Cannabis Plants Need Potassium

Your organic cannabis plants need potassium to survive and thrive. Potassium (K) is a staple macronutrient in plant cultivation and is responsible for healthy growth and reproduction. 

Michelle Pugle

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20 On-The-Go Snacks You Can Pack in Glass Jars

20 On-The-Go Snacks You Can Pack in Glass Jars

Quiz Question: What makes glass a great packaging option?
Glass is one of the most sustainable materials on the planet. It’s also one of the top food and supplement packaging materials because it’s durable and preserves freshness, taste, and nutrition. 

Michelle Pugle

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The Importance of Phosphorus for Cannabis Buds

The Importance of Phosphorus for Cannabis Buds

Cannabis cultivation requires an art-and-science blend of macro and micronutrients to grow healthy, robust buds. 

As growers, we’re always working to achieve a moving target of optimal nutrients. Now, with other macronutrients like nitrogen and potassium, there’s a potential of soil toxicity if you dose in excess. With phosphorous, not so much. 

Michelle Pugle

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How to Make a Bird Feeder with Your TGOD Glass Jar?

How to Make a Bird Feeder with Your TGOD Glass Jar?

Birds play a beneficial role in the overall health of our outdoor ecosystems. Along with providing pollination, they also work tirelessly to keep bug and pest populations balanced. 

Michelle Pugle

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DIY Beach-Themed Glass Jar Terrarium

DIY Beach-Themed Glass Jar Terrarium

You know those adorable home decor shops that have everything you want and nothing you can justify buying? Yeah, we love them too.

Such shops serve as a guiding inspiration behind the more sustainable and affordable decor renditions we can make at home. 

Michelle Pugle

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The Role of Nitrogen in Growing Organic Cannabis

The Role of Nitrogen in Growing Organic Cannabis

Cannabis cultivators and gardeners of all skill levels need to know about nitrogen.

Nitrogen (N) is a macronutrient responsible for chlorophyll’s green pigment in plants. It’s a key chemical component in photosynthesis. Without it, plants can’t efficiently convert sunlight into energy and their bottom and base leaves turn yellow as the upper ones compete for resources and win. This deficiency starves and stunts your plants. 

Michelle Pugle

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How to Germinate Organic Seeds in TGOD Glass Jars

How to Germinate Organic Seeds in TGOD Glass Jars

It’s wonderful that many cannabis companies offer recycling for their plastic packaging, but at The Green Organic Dutchman, we’d much rather see our sustainable glass jars repurposed than recycled. 

Michelle Pugle

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How to Reuse Plastic Plant Pots from Garden Centres

How to Reuse Plastic Plant Pots from Garden Centres

When gardeners buy plants from garden centres, we also inevitably purchase their accompanying plastic pots. Over the course of a single season, we find ourselves repotting and transplanting and consequently shedding the initial container. We can end up with piles of plastic on our hands. 

Michelle Pugle

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20 Things You Didn't Know You Could Recycle

20 Things You Didn't Know You Could Recycle

Recycling is one of the ways your household can help protect the environment: It reduces the adverse effects of pollution and counters your contributions to climate change. How? 

Michelle Pugle

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Why Environmentally-Friendly Cannabis Packaging Matters

Why Environmentally-Friendly Cannabis Packaging Matters

Cannabis legalization in Canada comes with a serious cost to the environment. Every stage of the production and consumption process takes its own toll, and coming up with environmentally-friendly solutions is a complex undertaking due to governmental regulations.

Michelle Pugle

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The Best Alternatives to Plastic Straws

The Best Alternatives to Plastic Straws

Plastic straw bans are becoming more prevalent—and for good reason. In the U.S. alone, it’s estimated that 500 million plastic straws are used daily.  

Michelle Pugle

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What Is Organic Pest Control?

What Is Organic Pest Control?

As gardeners, farmers, landscapers, and everyday lawn owners, we depend on various methods of pest control to ensure our outdoor spaces support beneficial plants and insects and eliminate invasive species.

Michelle Pugle

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Things to Consider Before Growing Organic Cannabis

Things to Consider Before Growing Organic Cannabis

Growing organic cannabis at home is an exciting undertaking. Whether or not you have a green thumb doesn’t matter. It’s all about learning the basics and experimenting while developing your gardening skills.

Michelle Pugle

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The Many Health Benefits of Hemp Hearts

The Many Health Benefits of Hemp Hearts

Hemp seeds, or hemp hearts, are Cannabis seeds with trace amounts of THC. They taste nutty and can be pressed into an oil or eaten raw, cooked, or roasted. While consuming these seeds won’t result in any psychoactive effects, they will effectively boost your health. How?

Michelle Pugle

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6 Reasons Why You Should Buy Local Products

6 Reasons Why You Should Buy Local Products

Not sure where to look? You can find local items at farmers’ markets, farms, locally-owned businesses, and artisan kiosks. 

Michelle Pugle

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The Nutritional Differences Between Organic and Non-Organic Food

The Nutritional Differences Between Organic and Non-Organic Food

There’s been a long running debate about whether organic food is any healthier than its non-organic counterpart, and it’s time to set the record straight.

Michelle Pugle

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4 Ways to Go Green While Eating Meat

4 Ways to Go Green While Eating Meat

Meat provides a rich source of complete protein, meaning it contains all the essential amino acids your body depends on for proper functioning. It’s also a natural source of energy-giving and immune-system-boosting minerals like iron, zinc, and selenium and vitamins like A, B, and D. 

Michelle Pugle

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Why Spring is the Best Time to Reconnect With Nature

Why Spring is the Best Time to Reconnect With Nature

Spring offers the best opportunity to repair our relationship with nature. Why? Because when the snow finally melts and temperatures rise, we are naturally drawn to outdoor spaces for a breath of fresh air. We have been depleted of all the benefits of nature for so long that it becomes a craving that begs to be satisfied. This need pushes us to prioritize spending time outdoors and truly appreciate it as though we’re experiencing it for the first time.

Michelle Pugle

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What You Need to Know About Organic Farming and Bee Populations

What You Need to Know About Organic Farming and Bee Populations

Bees are among our most important pollinators, and scientific evidence shows their existence is currently threatened by conventional agricultural practices.

Michelle Pugle

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How Going Organic Helps the Planet

How Going Organic Helps the Planet

We’ve been told organic farming is lower-impact and avoids the use of toxic pesticides, fungicides, salts, and heavy metals. Intuitively, we know an organic lifestyle is a sustainable one. But how exactly does going organic help the planet?

Michelle Pugle

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Why Organic Cannabis Matters

You might be able to wash you fruits and vegetables to remove pesticides if they weren't grown organically - but the same thing doesn't apply to your cannabis. Here's why certified organic cannabis matters.

The Green Organic Dutchman

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How to Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

How to Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

While it’s certainly important to celebrate Earth Day and raise environmental awareness, it’s all the more crucial that we take daily steps to protect our home. Doing so inspires others to follow our lead and sets into motion a series of impactful actions that make a real difference.

Michelle Pugle

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Earth Day Activities for the Whole Family

Earth Day Activities for the Whole Family

This year marks the 49th annual Earth Day—a day dedicated to raising environmental awareness and protecting our planet.

Michelle Pugle

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6 Ways to Make Your Dinner Menu More Eco-Friendly

6 Ways to Make Your Dinner Menu More Eco-Friendly

Whether you’re throwing a dinner party or making a meal for one, there are endless easy ways to make your menu more eco-friendly.

Michelle Pugle

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7 Easy Food Swaps to Make Your Groceries More Green

7 Easy Food Swaps to Make Your Groceries More Green

Our grocery carts carry what’s called a “food print.” This term acknowledges that everything we purchase, cook, and consume has an ecological impact. When we understand our personal food print, we can work to make our groceries more green and reduce our contributions to climate change.

Michelle Pugle

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7 Ways to Go Green for Earth Day

7 Ways to Go Green for Earth Day

Earth Day is the perfect day to dial up your eco-friendly efforts. The changes you make on April 22 can inspire lasting changes in your lifestyle. This kind of positive shift has a ripple effect on everyone around you. When others see how easy it is to go green, they are more likely to commit to making the switch to more sustainable living.

Michelle Pugle

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Here’s How to Clean a Bong

Here’s How to Clean a Bong

Glass bongs are beautiful additions to cannabis smoking routines. They’re environmentally-friendly, they work to cool down the smoke before it hits your lungs, and they make conserving cannabis a breeze. 

But everyone who’s ever had a bong knows that after a few sessions, it can get really nasty. Resin builds up, sticks to the glass, and changes not only the look of your piece, but the flavour profile of the smoke.

Michelle Pugle

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The Best Alternatives to Plastic Straws

The Best Alternatives to Plastic Straws

In a conscious effort to cut down single-use plastic consumption, companies are listening to public concerns and coming to the forefront with a range of eco-friendly solutions.

This means you don’t need to go straw-free, you simply need to switch to an alternative. 

Michelle Pugle

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Best Ways to Reduce Waste in 2019

Best Ways to Reduce Waste in 2019

Reducing waste is no longer an option; it’s a dire necessity. You see, we’re running out of places to store our ever-growing piles of trash. From the depths of our oceans to the heights of Mount Everest and everywhere in between, our planet is overrun with waste.

Michelle Pugle

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Companion Planting Cheat Sheet for Spring Gardens

Companion Planting Cheat Sheet for Spring Gardens

Companion planting is a growing strategy whereby gardeners group together plant varieties that “like” or complement each other.  

Michelle Pugle

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Homemade Hacks for Organic and Eco-Friendly Cleaning

Homemade Hacks for Organic and Eco-Friendly Cleaning

Saving money and the planet while boosting your household’s wellness is easier than most would assume.

Michelle Pugle

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8 Benefits of Earthing on Organic Soil

8 Benefits of Earthing on Organic Soil

Earthing is the practice of realigning your body’s natural system by connecting to the earth’s electrical energy. When we increase our physical contact with the earth, we rebalance our internal electrical frequencies and this promotes holistic wellness.

Michelle Pugle

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How Going Organic Can Enhance Your Pet’s Life

How Going Organic Can Enhance Your Pet’s Life

Extending our organic lifestyles to our furry friends means boosting their nutrient-intake and enhancing their overall wellbeing, but what does it look like?

Michelle Pugle

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24 Tips for a Sustainable Lifestyle

24 Tips for a Sustainable Lifestyle

We already know that taking care of Mother Earth means taking care of ourselves and our futures. Maybe we opt for organics, use transit, compost, or simply recycle. Now? Climate scientists agree it is not enough. We need to come together and put our whole hearts into this.

Michelle Pugle

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How to make organic compost

How to make organic compost

There are two key things to consider before making your organic compost: the container and your composting ingredients. Learn more.

Michelle Pugle

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What does farm-to-table really mean?

What does farm-to-table really mean?

Farm-to-table has many meanings, but at its core, it’s a movement that connects farm fresh food directly with consumers. It fosters and supports relationships between local farmers and restaurants or households, thereby skipping the step of first sending these products to grocery stores where they sit waiting for sale. 

Michelle Pugle

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11 Tips on Teaching Kids to Care for the Planet

11 Tips on Teaching Kids to Care for the Planet

Our children are the future of the planet, and now more than ever, we need to teach them better stewardship than previous generations. But how do we get our children to care about the planet when a third of them worldwide spend less time outdoors than the average prisoner?

Michelle Pugle

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Indoor Organic Gardening Tips for Winter

Indoor Organic Gardening Tips for Winter

These are our community’s best tips for growing your way through the winter.

Michelle Pugle

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The

The"Dirty Dozen" and "Clean Fifteen" of Organic

The dirtiest items are those that test highest in pesticide residues after being
thoroughly washed and peeled. The cleanest? They test lowest. Learn more.

Michelle Pugle

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5 Reasons People Choose Organic Cannabis

5 Reasons People Choose Organic Cannabis

Conscious consumers want to understand what’s in their products. Whether this means knowing their apples were grown in an organic orchard or their cannabis with compost fertilizers, it comes down to the same thing. Organics are a choice people make very intentionally.

Michelle Pugle

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5 benefits of having an organic lifestyle

5 benefits of having an organic lifestyle

Going organic is about more than sticking to certain aisles in your grocery store. It’s a choice that quickly becomes a lifestyle. When you decide to go organic, you create a positive ripple effect on everything around you from your family to farmers and all the way down the soil. 

Michelle Pugle

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