Modern Baby Bedding Company, Argington, Comments on Warren Creek Farm’s Organic Pumpkin Picking Event For Kids

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Argington commends Warren Creek Farm for exposing young children to the idea of eating organic.

On October 15, 2012, modern baby bedding company, Argington comments on Warren Creek Farm’s recent organic pumpkin picking event, which aimed to teach children about organic farming and the history of the area.

According to an article by Times-Standard, 3,600 school children visited the Warren Creek Farm this month to go pumpkin picking. The article states that “the educational theme for student groups who visit the patch this year will focus on local history, revolving around the Mad River, the people who have inhabited the area and the families that built the farm.” The Times-Standard reports farm owner Paul Giuntoli was so “inspired by the organic farming movement, he bought property on Warren Creek Road and began growing row crops.”

Argington representative, Clay Darrohn, commends Guintoli and his farm for educating kids on the importance of eating organic food. “I think it’s great that this farm is teaching kids about organic farming and local history. The kids are our future, and teaching them about the importance of going organic can lead to a brighter future,” says Darrohn.

Darrohn also explained how Argington, as a manufacturer of modern baby bedding, shares the same passion for going organic and knows its importance. “We have what we like to call a ‘green attitude’ at Argington. All of our products are 100% toxic-free, made from renewable birch wood, and use 100% certified organic cotton,” said Darrohn. “The idea of green and organic is very important to us, and I am glad to see it is for others as well.”

Argington is a New York based manufacturer of safe and modern nursery furniture and kids bedding. Proudly offering sustainable products that are organic or eco-friendly, Argington’s designs their products with mobility and multiple uses in mind to make the lives of parents a whole lot simpler.

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