“Organic” Celebrities: Julia Roberts, Oprah, and more

Organic celebrities help spread the word of organics and green living by being in the limelight.

Julia Roberts showed off her composting skills, Gorgeously Green author Sophie Uliano gave some great green tips, actress Sandra Bullock, and the man with the plan Al Gore were all on hand to help spread the word of organic and green living.

Oprah rallied the troops for Earth Day 2008 by inviting her celebrity friends on her show to share some of their organic and green tips. She is a great spokesperson for the organic movement. She is always out there spreading the word and has all the right connections to help even more. Not to mention she’s rolling in “green”.

Organic celebrities spend big bucks to green up their lives. But this celebrity put in three organic nurseries! That’s right, three.

Halle Berry spent $60,000 to green up all three baby rooms. Everything from sheets to stuffed animals made with organic cotton.

It seems Halle is obsessed with organics. You go, organic girlfriend! Halle had baby girl, Nahla, on Sunday March 16, 2008 09:20 PM EDT. It is Berry’s first child, at 41 years old.

May you and your family have continued organic good health, Halle!

You don’t have to be Halle Berry to embrace organic living. Living a greener healthier life, for your family’s sake, is only a click away.

Actress Soleil Moon Frye has an on-line organic baby store! You may remember Soleil from the T.V. shows “Sabrina The Teenage Witch” and “Punky Brewster”.

Soleil has two organic babies and offers a nice selection of baby items including toys, clothing and bedding. You can check out Soleil’s The Little Seed community here.

These celebrities are “organic”, what about you?

I appreciate organic and green celebrities for their efforts in promoting green and organic living. Organic happenings all across the country get a lift from these inspirational and influential people.

Some celebrities appear in person to promote a good cause, really giving a big boost to the necessary awareness campaign.